I’ll skip all of the “Halloween is looking different this year” stuff and get straight to it. I love Halloween, even if it means a quiet night with the family. It’s always too cold for Trick or Treating this time of year in Colorado anyway. I’m very happy to chill at home with some mulled wine and seasonal films. And even though Halloween doesn’t fall on a Friday this year, I’m all about getting a bit of a jumpstart on the celebration. What’s one day?
As you can probably tell, I really do love spooky season. And skulls. I mean, this table doesn’t even showcase all my decorations, but I certainly tried!
Here’s the breakdown: It all starts with my favorite classic color scheme of orange and black. I didn’t have a Halloween table runner, but I do have a tablecloth or two! So that runner right there is a folded up tablecloth. I think I just discovered a new life hack…
Add in some skull plates, classy Halloween paper napkins, a handful of spiders, and a whole lot of candlelight, et voila! A spooky Shabbat tablescape that will entrance the whole family.