Today on Good Morning Texas I brought in a fabulous hammered metal dining table all set & ready to go for a sweet Halloween Soiree! Watch the segment here. I created the napkin ties, place cards, treat tags, & Happy Halloween labels with the help from my fabulous friend & amazing graphic designer Wendy. The tags & labels can all be printed out from your home computer. I printed them all on card stock, but they can also be printed on sticky labels. Check out all of the details below to create this fun “Candy Corn” themed tabletop for your party this weekend!
The place mats were made from Halloween scrapbook paper glued onto black card stock. Use a festive ribbon, like my trick or treat candy corn ribbon to tie on the “Bone Appetit” napkin ties.
Make your own coordinating vases. 1) use a large vegetable or small coffee can 2) wrap scrapbook paper around the can & finish off with some festive ribbon 3) place a piece of floral foam in the bottom 4) arrange your favorite yellow & orange flowers in each can
Orange soda bottles bring lots of great color to the table. To make them more festive 1) wash off the original labels with soap & hot water 2) download & print my “Happy Halloween” labels 3) wrap the bottle with a strip of coordinating ribbon or scrapbook paper 4) glue the “Happy Halloween” label on top
Caramel apples are a great favor to give your guests at a Halloween party. It’s a sweet treat to end the night & you can easily make them yourself or buy them already made. My absolute favorite place to get caramel apples is from Mrs. Prindables. They are to die for yummy & so beautiful. The presentation is amazing. They also work great for hostess gifts!
Happy Halloween my friends!