5 Frightfully Fun Ways to Trick out Your Dinner Table this Halloween

Make your Halloween dinner an event to remember with a tricked out dining table. Whether hosting for your family or the whole neighborhood, the right decor will get everyone in the mood to celebrate.

Make your Halloween dinner an event to remember with a tricked out dining table. Whether hosting for your family or the whole neighborhood, the right decor will get everyone in the mood to celebrate. 

As much as I love decorating my house for Halloween, this year I just haven’t had the time to go all out. The holiday is two weeks away and I don’t even have a pumpkin yet! That’s okay, though! I can still create a fun spooky atmosphere by tricking out my dinner table a bit! Here are a few of our favorite picks for a festive night to remember.

Halloween Dinner Table Decor

1. Black & Silver LED Taper Candle Set

This LED candle set from Pier 1 Imports is the perfect addition to a spooky spread. The deep black color with the silver glitter accent adds a mildly gothic tone for those who take their All Hallows Eve fun seriously. All regular priced Halloween merchandise at Pier 1 Imports is 20% off through 10/29.

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2 Skeleton Hand Plastic Cups 

Your guests will take a second look when they reach for their drinks with these frightful cups from Oriental Trading Company — they are equal parts creepy and chic, perfect for adults and children alike. Save up to 50% on Halloween decor through 10/24, and score free shipping on orders $49+ with code AFFOTC17.

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3. Halloween Nocturne Skull Plates

These black paper plates from Target add just the right tone of gothic spook, while the gold leaf detail adds a sophisticated touch to dress up your dining table. Get free shipping on orders over $35, plus free returns on all orders.

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4. Spider Web Table Runner

I love this Crystyle Halloween Spider Table Runner because it adds a nice spooky touch to your table, yet it still looks elegant. Plus, unlike some plastic table clothes that end up getting thrown away after the holiday, you can easily tuck it away for next year. 

5. Skull Serving Tray

Another great choice for an elegant Halloween dinner, this serving tray is just the right amount of spooky without going overboard. It’s made of durable plastic, so it too will last more than one season.

 

Fun Halloween Dinner Drinks and Desserts

While we’re talking Halloween dinner, check out a few of my favorite non-alcoholic drinks and desserts that double as decor!

Witch’s Brew Cocoa Halloween Drink Recipe

Need a fun Halloween dessert for kids? These purple eyed monster cupcakes are easy & cute! Check them out!

Purple Eyed Monster Halloween Cupcake Recipe for Kids

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Make Your Monster Bash Even Spookier With Our Virgin Zombie Halloween Drink!

 

What do you do to trick out your Halloween dinner table? Share your ideas below!

 

 

8 thoughts on “5 Frightfully Fun Ways to Trick out Your Dinner Table this Halloween”

  1. Such a fun picks. I live in Copenhagen so we don’t really celebrate Halloween as much as others do but there are still kids coming from door to door for trick or treat. I really like it cause we always put loud and scary music to hopefully scare them. Those muffins and drinks are really funny 🙂

  2. The candles are my favorite of all your suggestion for the dinner table for Halloween! I might make them, for our party this year! Nice ideas!

  3. Great ideas! I love the Skeleton hand cups, I’d definitely use them throughout the year, not just on Halloween 🙂 I think I would use them as candle holders though!

  4. I love the large Halloween platter and the skeleton hand plastic cups. They are both perfect for the occasion, great ideas!

  5. Oh I love the look of the skeleton hands and the black and silver candle set. I love Halloween and it always excites me to see how people decorate their homes for the festivities! x

  6. You know, costumes get all the hoopla but this post is a great reminder that the halloween fun can extend far beyond trick or treating and costume parties. My favorite item for the season are scented pine cones…I love entering a house with that fresh smell in the air!

  7. My husband and I were invited to a Halloween party this weekend. Certainly, everybody’s costumes were great, but it was the food and decorations I couldn’t get over. They’re creative people and I was impressed! I’m positive they would love your Witch’s Brew Cocoa and also the Zombie drink. x

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