Vivian Ferne Picks for Best Upscale Halloween Tablescapes
1. Jewel Tone Floral Arrangements with Dark Victorian Accents
2. Midnight at the Cemetery
What sets this whimsical table spread apart from many far tacky-er Halloween decor motifs is the combination of old world foliage in combination with antique candle holders and objects that (could be from) a cabinet of curiosities.
3. White And Gold Ghostly Halloween Table Arrangement
photo credit: Coco + Kelley
Guys. This. One. Is. So. Good. White and gold is my favorite decor color combo and even on Halloween Coco + Kelley made it work. The gold skeleton hand holding a place card? Genius. White candles, bones, white spiders, skull themed salt and pepper shakers are all low budget decor that makes a huge impact.
4. A Rustic Haunting Table Design
photo credit: Chic Vintage Brides
Photography – Tyler Branch // Venue – Oak Canyon Ranch
If you like "rustic" or "modern farmhouse design" this is your jam. Super dark flowers and black and gold tableware enhance the rustic simplicity of a rural table and chairs. Adding a few faux black florals to a fresh flower arrangement is a great trick that pros use for weddings. You can get a dark edgy look without losing the overall authenticity of the design.
5. Misty Fall Harvest Table Design
Deep eggplant and earthy teals steal the show for this elegant fall table spread. Using a fresh flower arrangement, black candles and fruit really remind you that Thanksgiving is just around the corner.
6. Decrepit Vintage Halloween Table Setting
photo credit: Photo by Ashley Rae Photography with florals by The Wildflower AZ
When vintage goes too far in a good way. I love this delightfully morbid table setting with touches of deep burgundy flowers and napkins. Black candles, crystal glasses, and a (real?) or nearly real skull are sure to evoke all the creepy feelings expected at an All Hallows Eve Soiree.
7. Alexander McQueen Inspired Halloween Decor
photo credit: Domicile 37
8. Eye Hope You Don't Hate Me for Sharing this Pic
photo credit: Designed by Inspired By Charm
This is the most disturbing image in this post, by a long shot. Minimal design with large decorative eyeballs of varying sizes really leaves an unsettling feeling overall. The gauzy table cloth and shiny brass coupe champagne glasses contribute to the shabby chic theme,