15. Bugs, Cats, and Polka Dots
For a more modern Halloween scene, this is something everyone will love. A couple of craft store pumpkins, a black cat, and paint will get you off to a good start. You can purchase a sign or make your own using stencils or a vinyl machine. Add in a vase with branches and ribbon, and you’ve got a gorgeous display for your table or mantle.
16. Spoon Witches
This is a super cute way to fold napkins and display silverware for the kids or a party. You can easily cut out your own witch hats. Make your own napkin rings with felt and glue on a flower, spider, or bug for the perfect witch belt. Toss some pumpkins around your place setting, and you’ve got a wonderful Halloween table decoration.
17. Mummies and Pumpkins
If you find yourself running out of time or if you’re not the crafty sort, this idea is perfect for you. For a party or seasonal decor, you can’t go wrong with black and orange. A Halloween-themed tablecloth and napkins provide a great background. Then, just add in a few Halloween related items such as cups, bowls, and spiders. We love the crystal candleholders with the mummy candles and the bowl of pumpkins for the centerpiece.
19. Paper Pumpkins
Get the kids involved and create these cute paper pumpkins for an adorable addition to your Halloween decor. Simply cut strips of construction or craft paper with decorative-edge scissors, shape them into a pumpkin using glue and pins to hold in place, and decorate however your want. Use painted wine corks for the stems and add ribbon. You and your kids will have a blast with this simple project.
20. Witch’s Broom Nameplates
This entire table decoration is glorious, but we will just focus on the place setting. We love these witch’s broom nameplates. What a simple yet effective addition! A small stick and raffia creates an adorable broom, then add a little name tag using tape. Setting a little blackbird beside the place setting is a great touch, and the candles glowing in the background makes this such a great theme!
21. Spooky Reflection
Setting a mirror in the middle of your table with candles is a genius idea! The skull candle holders add to the creepy effect. Small votives spread around are a great addition to this centerpiece. This could even be changed up for Christmas decorations by changing the mirror color to red and replacing the skulls with reindeer or snowmen.
22. I Want My Mummy!
This is so clever and simple! Wrapping a vase with gauze and adding craft eyes creates such a fun centerpiece. You could do this to all of your vases and have a house full of little mummies.
23. Candy Corn Centerpiece
Elegant, cute, and easy describe this Halloween table decoration. A few crystal wine glasses or candle holders from the dollar store, orange votives, and candy corn are all you need. This idea is great on its own or it can have additional Halloween items set around it. Your biggest challenge will be keeping the candy corn from being snatched by little fingers.