Welcome to the annual meeting of The Black Hat Society, all good witches are welcome!
My cauldron has been bubbling with fun in anticipation and as part of a Halloween Tablescape Blog Hop this week! You can find more spooktacular table inspiration from 15 other bloggers at the end of the post.
Park your broom at the door, and have a seat at the table. . .
Pick your poison and favorite mug for your brew. . .
Beware of the candy corn, it’s available in lethal quantities this time of year!
Spidery webs provide a cloth and goblets for our table. . .
Candy treats await to satisfy your sweet tooth. . .
Dish towels with cheery pumpkins make affordable napkins for the table and are convenient for cleaning up those annoying cauldron spills while potion making. . .
To create a festive Halloween centerpiece, a pair of black feather boas run down the length of the table. Chevron-striped and starry night pumpkins are sprinkled down the length of the table, some elevated on polka-dotted cupcake stands, along with mercury glass votives, providing a little spooky ambiance. . .
A tribute to haunted forests, bare twig trees wrapped in burlap, were scared up from the Dollar Spot at Target, along with festive metal Halloween treat pails.
This witch doesn’t like things too scary, so cheery polka dots help keep the “Happy” in Halloween, planted with trees down the length of the table, topped with black paper shred.
Orange and black tinsel-woven placemats are more festive than frightening. . .
Wiccan Lace plates with the quintessential black cats, bats, haunted houses and spider webs, were found at HomeGoods last year, a short broom ride away.
Help yourself to candy twists pops, orange rock candy swizzle sticks, a witch hat lolly, chocolate foil wrapped Jacks, Pixy Stix, mellocreme pumpkins and candy corn. . . fuel for your midnight ride!
And all good witches need festive straws to sip their brew!
Mix up a ‘Drink Up Witches’ Cocktail for Halloween, here.
“When witches go riding, and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers,‘tis near Halloween.”
The winners of my Eat, Drink and Be Witchy Giveaway are. . .
Amy Kaminski: Meri Meri Cupcake Kit with Trick or Treat wrappers and spooky toppers, Decorating or Potion Sprinkles, Potion Stirring Spatula, Witchy Baking Cups, and a ‘Please Park Brooms at the Door’ Kitchen Towel
Sue: Halloween Baking Mat, Decorating or Potion Sprinkles, Potion Stirring Spatula, and a set of 6 assorted Trick or Treat Metal Cookie Cutters
Ellen Stillabower: Witch’s Brew Wine Glasses and Don’t Drink and Fly cocktail napkins.
Jan McF: ‘Yes, I Can Drive a Stick’ kitchen towel, Eye of Newt, aka, Wilton Candy Eyeballs and Skeletal Hand Servers
Linda @ More Fun Less Laundry: Good Witch/ Bad Witch Kitchen Towels, Witch’s Brew Mug, Potion Stirring Spatula and Meri Meri Assorted Party Picks
Ann Krucek: Hallow Apothecary Salad Plates
I’ll be in touch with you by email and get your goodies to you!
I’m cackling with glee to be part of Halloween Tablescape Blog Hop this week!
Thank you to Chloe of Celebrate & Decorate for organizing this Halloween Tablescape Blog Hop.
Click on the links below for more spooktacular table inspiration this week.
Black Hat Society Annual Spooktacular Halloween Table Details:
Ciroa Wiccan Lace Plates / HomeGoods, last year
Portobello by Inspire Halloween Witches Party Coffee Mugs / HomeGoods, this year
Tinsel Placemats / Pier 1, several years ago
Pumpkin Dish Towels, aka, Napkins / HomeGoods
Tablecloth / HomeGoods, several years ago
Polka Dot Cupcake Stands / Grace’s Teaware, HomeGoods, last year
Glasses, Goblets and Halloween Straws / HomeGoods, last year
Treble Clef Flatware / World Market, several years ago
Feather Boas / Michaels, this year
Chevron and Star Pumpkins / Target, this year
Twig Trees & Halloween Pails / Target, several years ago
Keep Calm and Scary On! <|;>)