Fall Decor

Jack-O-Lantern Halloween Tablescape

I have created a few Halloween looks over the last several years.  I personally love decorating for fall and also Halloween. And, I usually combine the two from the very beginning.  Recently, I added my jack-o-lanterns to the middle of our dining room table and thought they looked really cute all lined up.  By adding a few more things, I created this jack-o-lantern halloween tablescape and thought I would share.

To see the rest of my Halloween looks throughout the years, you can find them all here.  And I do have a few reels for Halloween over on Instagram you can watch, too!


Jack-O-Lantern Halloween Tablescape

I started out with my newest table runner that adds so much texture to any decor.  It comes in lots of colors and a couple of different lengths.  This is the color STONE.  The nearly 4.5′ long table riser that Deb made me years and years ago was next.  We were at the old house and I mentioned that I would love one for outside under the pergola.  And that is what she came up with.  I am hoping that once she is in her new big workshop, the cottage we are living in now, she will make another one.  And, I can share a tutorial here on a post.  Because truly, it’s something I get asked about every single day.




I then added some artificial eucalyptus stems that are so pretty for fall.  Six stems come to the bunch and I used all 6 pieces in this tablescape.  They are wired so they are easily bendable.  I did have them displayed in an old crock and they looked gorgeous there as well.  They are a definite must-have if you want to add to your fall decor this year.



These cute little jack-o-lanterns are the ones that I grab at Kroger every year. Our local Kroger has had them for the last several years and I usually pick up one per year.  This is one of the new ones from this year.  They are all a little different and their faces change a bit each year, as well.  I used three of the five that I have.  You could do this with real pumpkins or different looking artificial pumpkins and make it a fall tablescape and not a jack-o-lantern one. 

I then added some battery operated candles in the jack-o-lanterns.  They look really cute at night all lit up.  You could also add some candles and candles sticks between the jack-o-lanterns if you like.  

And this is my jack-o-lantern halloween tablescape that I created this year.


If you are looking for items to re-create this look, check out my LTK and follow us there.  I have lots of different items linked that would be perfect for this.  And, you can click the pics below for any of those links, too.





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