Happy Monday, y’all! It’s October! That happened so fast, don’t you think? Since it’s October I’m ready to bring out all of my Halloween décor! I’m not one for the scary stuff but cute, friendly Halloween decorations are always fun. Today, along with the help of The Round Top Collection I’m sharing my tips for simple Halloween decorating!
First, decide on the color scheme. I went with mostly black and white with pops of orange just for a little fun. Even the food matched!
I think my favorite part of this tablescape is the spider. I put the eyes on cupcakes and placed them on a white plate to make them stand out.
Adding a simple labels for the food helps kick it up a notch.
Reuse and repurpose things! I’ve had these little pumpkins for years and I usually use them in fall arrangements but I make it more “halloweeny” by adding the orange, natural, and black straw accents. I always shop my house before buying anything new.
One of my favorite things about most holidays is that the color schemes don’t usually change. Halloween is typically black and orange so save those extra party items and use them again and again. I had left over napkins, plates, and forks from last year and didn’t have to buy them again! Score!
Candy corn. Enough said.
This little lady is another favorite piece, and her boots are to die for.
Wreaths don’t have to be hung on the front door! Since this one is metal I thought it would be safe here.
The Round Top Collection has two locations in the Houston area. I shop at the location in Market Street – The Woodlands and the other is located in La Centerra at Cinco Ranch in Katy. The Woodlands store is moving within Market Street right now and will reopen at the beginning of November so if you are in the Houston area check out the Katy location for all of these (and MANY more) adorable Halloween goodies!
Stay tuned because later in the week I will be sharing my Halloween front porch! Thanks so much for stopping by today, I can’t tell you how much that means to me. Have a great one y’all!
A big thanks to The Round Top Collection for sponsoring this post! All opinions are my own.
Photos by Diamond Oak Photography