I couldn't let a holiday go by without whipping up a celebratory table top. The best thing about this table is that everything, except for the spider silhouettes, were pulled from my existing collection. The mud cloth is a versatile piece of fabric I've used in many different ways and here as a base for the creepy Halloween table. I layered the textile with contrasting white dishes, hand-dyed napkins, vintage green glassware and L'entrimise flatware. I foraged my yard to create the "dead flower arrangement," and I topped it all off with a few decorations from the house. How do you decorate your Halloween table?
Hello October! So excited about this month of haunting and halloween festivities! As much as we stand for bright and airy and colorful, we love a moody event that showcases black. While it's an everyday color, it's rare to see brides embrace the darkness, but then October comes along and we get to play with some fresh, dark tones.