Every year on Halloween (after we go Trick or Treating during the afternoon at my husband's work) I make a spooky Halloween supper. When I found out that Pebbles In My Pocket was doing this event, I had to jump right in. I couldn't wait to get my Halloween Decorating done a bit early, and do a practice run for my table setting on Halloween night.
First of all, I have to say I had so much fun putting this all together. My kids don't really love spooky or gory, so I kept this a little more fun and silly Halloween.
I kept it all cohesive by sticking with a black and orange theme.
How about these cute little pillow boxes? I couldn't decide on just one, so I got the bat ones and the pumpkin ones.
Pumpkin place cards and spider straws make for a cute but simple way to round out the place settings. Throw some orange "pumpkin" juice in a jar, and you'll have some excited kiddos.
For a fun centerpiece, I added my very favorite Halloween candy to a cake stand and clipped clothespin bats around the edge.
I decorated the hutch with some bats and a couple of banners. The Halloween memory banner is my absolute favorite thing of all. I love that I was able to mix photos in with the banner. I printed a picture out from every year that my kids have trick or treated. It is so fun to see all of their adorable costume pictures in one place.
A big thanks to Pebbles In My Pocket for all the great Halloween kits.
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Pebbles In My Pocket Kits Used
Bat Pillow Boxes
Halloween Memory Banner
Pumpkin Pillow Boxes
Pumpkin Place Cards
Spider on a Straw
Trick or Treat Banner