20+ Hauntingly Beautiful Table Centerpiece Ideas For Halloween

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Here we are, just a little over two weeks away from Halloween and its time to start thinking about how you are going to decorate your party table. If you are planning to throw a Halloween dinner party, you may be focused on the menu plans and cocktails, but don’t overlook your table! It’s not enough to decorate your home with festive Halloween decor, you also need to consider a killer table display.

We have put together an inspiring collection of centerpiece decorating ideas — plenty of which are budget-friendly and DIY for those that are feeling crafty this holiday season. Readers, have a look below for some ideas and please let us know in the Comments which one most inspired you to host a Halloween dinner party!

1. Elegant Table Display. Add elements of black and gold to your tablescape. This table is covered with a layer of burlap, overlapped with Halloween themed black lace. Gold chargers features black sparkly cobwebs with white china on top. Gold pumpkin name tags and a black crow are the finishing touches. Vintage black gloves holds the silverware and cloth black napkins. The skeletons were spray painted gold! (via Finding Home Farms)

2. Spooktacular Dinner Table. Style your Halloween party table with a color scheme of black and white. Add in touches of spiders, ghosts, and cobwebs to create the ultimate dinner party! Get the tutorial on the provided link. (via Pizzazzerie)

3. Crepe Paper Halloween. Crepe paper is hung over the party table. Crepe paper streamers are taped to lattice strips adhered to the ceiling with back velcro squares. The chairs feature DIY Gravestone slipcovers: roll of gray crepe paper that is cut to chair back shape. The sides are stapled together and a large magic marker is used to draw the tombstone engravings. (Your Cozy Home)

4. Spooky Halloween Party. Display your party food on the table and add some spooky decor. Dripping black taper candles set in bottle neck jars, an apothecary jar full of mini pumpkins, a large spider and a glittery orange skull. A Halloween banner and garland decorates the shutter for a spooky and fun backdrop. (via Honeybear Lane)

5. Gothic Dinner Party. A large crystal footed bowl is the centerpiece of this table, filled with red roses. Decor includes black glass goblets, black woven place mats (reminiscent of spider webs), gold chargers, gold flatware and brass candle holders. Small etched glasses with rims upside down encase a single rosebud at each place setting. (via Kelley Nan)

6. Halloween Table Setting. This spooky table setting features a color palette of orange, black and green with a pop of white in the spider web doily table runner. A Frankenstein salt and pepper shaker and spider candle holders are just some of the fun elements on this table. Get the how-to tutorial on the provided link. (via Better Together)

7. Glam Halloween Table. This table centerpiece has been created with two elements, velvet pumpkins and votives — simple yet impactful. Arrange the pumpkins down the center and nestle in some votives. The pumpkins are from Hot Skwash. Each place setting has a baby pumpkin to welcome each guest. (via Randi Garrett Design)

8. Gothic-Themed Table. This table is adorned with crystal stemware, bowls filled with fruit and black candelabras to create a spooky feel. (via The Gothic Homesteader)

9. Crow Tree Centerpiece. This is a DIY version of Pottery Barn’s “Spooky Aspen Branch” tree. River Birch branches were collected, painted white and placed in a glass vase. Dollar store crows were added to the branches, as well as the leaves from a Michael’s black glitter leaf-garland. Get the full tutorial at the provided link. (via Between Naps on the Front Porch)

10. Witches Hat Centerpiece. This adorable witches hat creates a playful centerpiece to your party table decor. Tape shredded crepe paper to the inside of the hat. Use orange crepe paper over a black table-cloth to create a criss cross table runner. The crepe paper can be found at your local party store. (Your Cozy Home)

11. Elegant Halloween Table. Begin this look with a black and white table-cloth. Dress up the center with mercury glass candle sticks. Chargers are layered with stylish plates and topped with vintage silver cups (from a second-hand shop) to hold baby white pumpkins (fresh or faux). Small and large pumpkins decorates the center of the table. (via Randi Garrett Design)

12. Spooky Table Decor. This table features a quintessential Halloween theme of orange and black. (via The Tablescaper)

13. Trick or Treating This Way. If you have an outdoor space to decorate, why not bring the party outside? This fabulously festive table comes with an equally fabulous view! (via Home is Where the Boat Is)

14. Halloween Table Setting. This wicked and eclectic tablescape features a single potted deep purple orchid for the centerpiece. The final touch is a sprinkling of black metal pumpkins and creepy eyeball orbs around the table. (via Inspired By Charm)

15. Spooky Halloween Dinner. Orange and black buffalo check napkins were the inspiration for this table. A stretchy spider web table-cloth, is decorated with black goblets, black, white and orange taper candles, tiny skulls, playful calligraphy word plates from Grandin Road and black and gold flatware. (via Pizzazzerie)

16. Black Roses. An old white door was repurposed to use as a dining table, placed on top of a galvanized horse trough. A thin layer of cheesecloth creates the cobweb look on the table. The centerpiece features antique books with dark blues and blacks for the bindings. Candelabras, a vase of black roses, a glass jar of eyeballs, a crow, some spiders and a metallic skull rounds out the table decor. (via Hostess With The Mostess)

17. Elegant Halloween Table Setting. A theme of black, white and gold is featured on this table setting. DIY chalk painted chargers adds a personal touch. The center of the table has plenty of texture thanks to burlap mixed with black mesh fabric and Spanish moss. (via Eat Sleep Decorate)

18. Dress It Up With Green. This unique table has a color palette of green with black and purple accents. The lime decor is perfect for the occasion, paired with spooky details of spiders and witches hats — a haunting good time! (via The Tablescaper)

19. Halloween Tablescape. Spooky candelabras adds ambiance to this table, while napkins with black tulle tucked into them creates a touch of elegance. The “killer cafe” sign reminds your dinner party guests of the theme! (via Between Naps on the Porch)

20. Spooky Table Centerpiece. The materials and supplies for this sinister yet sophisticated setting can easily be sourced at hardware, craft and dollar stores. (via DIY Network)

21. DIY Table Setting. This simple project involves mini orange pumpkins, black cardboard DIY bat wings and name tags for your dinner guests. (via Martha Stewart)

22. Lanterns & Candles. Hanging lanterns from trees and candelabras helps to set the perfect ambiance for your outdoor dinner party. (via Weddings By Guru)

23. Halloween Ambiance. Create a spooky atmosphere with jack-o-lanterns and tea lights. (via Today’s Parent)

24. Simple Party Table. If you are thinking of entertaining outside, all you need is some simple mini pumpkins for your name tags. Add a fall-themed bouquet with some spooky branches. (via Pinterest)

25. Halloween Tablescape. Tinsel-woven placemats adds a festive pop of color to the buffalo check table cloth. Fill lanterns with mini pumpkins and pillar candles, add some crows on top for a spooky effect. (via Home Is Where The Boat Is)

26. Elegant Halloween Table Decor. Create an elegant and memorable dinner party table with tall vases filled with flowers. Metallic candle holders and pumpkins, black votives and spooky spider webs. (via Weddings By Franc)

27. Nightmare Before Christmas Theme. This spooky yet elegant table decor will be sure delight your dinner party guests! (via Pier 1 Imports)

28. Spooky Theme. A color palette of purple and black adds to this spooky theme. Suspended from the ceiling above the table, paper lanterns, paper flowers and ball & chains. (via Catch My Party)

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