It’s October. That means we can start talking Halloween. In our home, Halloween brings more excitement than even Christmas. With Halloween comes a walk in to the dark and cold night to collect a bucketful of candy, all while being dressed up as your favourite spooky creature. What’s not to love, especially if you’re a kid? It’s even more fun if you throw a party before heading out to collect all that candy.
I’m planning to have a Halloween party I so have been busy creating all kinds of Halloween DIY’s for my party table. If you’re planning one too, here are lots of DIY Halloween table decoration ideas to get you started. The step by step DIY’s are included in a free PDF below so make sure to grab your copy.
I love the idea of keeping my Halloween table mostly black and white with just a small pop of orange. So thats the colour scheme I went with. To start we got basic white paper plates and turned them in to ghostly shapes. We then made some simple plate chargers so our ghost plates would stand out and also to add a bit more black to the table.
For the cutlery, we turned wooden disposable spoons in to one-eyed orange monster type things!
Then we added some masked bandit bat bottles and some black and white paper straws. Don’t forget that you’ll find all the how to’s on the free PDF.
Ghosts are my favourite Halloween characters, probably because they are cute rather than properly spooky. So we decided to add some floating ghosts above our table. Boooooo!
And to finish off my Halloween table, I sprinkled some teeny-tiny confetti of pumpkins, bats and spiders. And I found some small skeleton heads which I added on. Everything was laid on a simple black and white honeycomb tablecloth.
If you’d like more detailed instructions on any of the DIY’s you’ll find a free PDF at the bottom of this post – so don’t forget to grab your copy.
Whats your favourite? Do you have any DIY Halloween table decoration ideas? Do share in the comments. And sorry about the bootiful title – I couldn’t help myself!
Don’t forget to grab your FREE PDF with all the how to’s of these halloween DIY’s below.