Get ready to be spooked by our most recent haunted Halloween party! Full of devilish decor, ghastly desserts and fabulous fun, this party had everyone ready to eat, drink and be scary!
Be sure to keep an eye out for some of our favorite party features:
- Black, gemstone “BOO” Pumpkin Centerpiece
- Spooky, spider-covered place settings
- Creepy, cobweb covered decor
- Deliciously, terrifying cakes
We celebrated the coming Halloween holiday with some fabulous, haunting decor, spooky sweets and frightful fun! Our tables were set amidst a scary scene of creepy cobwebs, spine-chilling spiders and bewildering black bats. We used a classic Halloween color palette of black, white and orange with pops of pattern for a more modern, terrifying twist. White craft pumpkins from Michaels, embellished with black, gem decals spelling out “BOO”, served as our table centerpiece. Other devilish decor included an array of skulls, skeletons, spiders, ghoulish, glittering branches and poison bottles. Each place setting included a cobweb dinner plate, orange chevron luncheon plate and black dessert plate topped with a spider adorned miniature, white pumpkin. We embellished orange flatware with glittering bats and placed them on frightfully fun “BOO” napkins from Target. We found those perfect petrifying, orange skull goblets at Target as well!
Vanilla, buttercream cobweb cakes were placed on varying decorative cake stands. The larger orange cake stand and was the perfect find from our local Home Goods. We also came upon the witches broom stands at Home Goods. They are actually Halloween candle holders, but we thought they would serve as fabulous cake stands for our miniature cobweb cakes. Our dessert buffet was outfitted in more Halloween decor from Michaels .
We created a “Poison Bar” surrounded by devilish bats from Martha Stewart, a black and burlap framed Poison sign from Home Goods, decorative black and mercury glass poison bottles from Michaels and our favorite feature; chic Halloween flasks from Target!
Our Haunted Halloween Party served more treats than tricks and everyone had a frightfully good time!
Event Styling, Coordination & Photography: Sweetly Chic Events & Design