We always look forward to putting together our weekly top 3 list and this week is no different. This year for Halloween we are serving up some luxe eye candy. Here are CGE’s Top 3 Luxe Halloween Tablescapes!
#1 Fantasy Celebrations: “Wicked Bling” Halloween Table
The 1st thing you notice when you see this table is the silver centerpiece and if you look closely, the crystals hanging that give the tree sort of a chandelier feel. Silver skulls and onyx glass goblets add festive elegance.
Let’s talk details. This table has a balance of ghoul and glitz. The black spider webs keep the Halloween theme authentic, while the metallic silver frames make the table a bit upscale.
Silver charges are the perfect backdrop for the onyx and white detailed plates. Candles are always great to use for Halloween.
#2 Sandra Downie Event Designs : “Spiders and Crows”
From a “bird’s eye view” , the purple table runner immediately pops!
Remember our “Primp Your Pumpkin” post earlier this week? This pumpkin is all primped out in black glitter and adorned with a big silver bow, purple leaf and even a black crow!
Wrapping a simple white candle in silver ribbon and affixing a glitter spider is a simple way to glitz to your table. In the photos above, Sandra also used black candles that have a silver glitter design on them, FUN!
3. At Home with Kim Vallee : “Spooky Chic”
Now, although this tables uses the traditional color scheme of orange and black, the design elements are unique. From the glass candelabra to silver serving trays, this tables howls luxury!!
Want to try this table on your own? Kim has posted these great collages showcasing some of the items she used.
How cool is the silver skeleton napkin holder?
More chandeliers and spiderwebs!
These tables are just a few examples of how to “luxe” up your table this Halloween! Some of our faves are the onyx goblets, the glitter covered pumpkin and the glass candelabra! There’s so much inspiration on these tables it’s tough to pick out just a few. What do you love about these “Luxe Halloween Tablescapes” ?