Plum-ify your Halloween party with this Prancing Pumpkins Tablescape Tutorial!
- White Tablecloth
- White Cheese Cloth
- Pink Paper Cups
- White and Pink Paper Straws
- White Plastic Plates
- Rose Gold Cutlery
- DIY Prancing Pumpkin Ballerinas (Instructions linked!)
- iloveplum Taylor Purse
- White Mini Pumpkins
- iloveplum Bow Hair Clips
- Hanging Name Tag
Step 1: Start with this Prancing Pumpkins Tablescape Tutorial with your base layer tablecloth. For this table, we turned our coffee table into our afternoon party table using floor pillows to sit around the table. if you don’t have a white table cloth you can always use white sheets!
Step 2: We then layered the table with white cheesecloth for added texture
Step 3: Next place your DIY Prancing Pumpkin Ballerinas in the middle of the table to determine how much room you have for decor. make sure to place your plates down at each setting to anchor each setting to build upon. For the kids, we used plastic cups and plastic cutlery for easy cleanup.
Step 4: For a fun take away gift for guests, we used the iloveplum Taylor Purse to hold our cutlery and add whimsy to the table.
Step 5: To make each place setting a little more personal, we used small white pumpkins adorned with another takeaway gift, iloveplum Bow Hair Clips, with a hanging name tag with each guest’s name on it.
As a reminder, when following any tablescape tutorial, always use levels to make your table have dimension and character! The rest is up to you!
Once you finish this Prancing Pumpkins Tablescape Tutorial, sit down and have a sweet Halloween treat with your Ghoul Gang!
About the Creator!
Austin Riel is an interior designer based in Los Angeles. Over the years Austin has worked in Hospitality and Events working with great teams producing events from fashion to premieres to retail pop-up spaces.
What has always been a hobby and side gig’s designing his friends’ apartments and homes he has now been able to turn his hobby into a career. He has always had a keen eye for design. With his knowledge, he gained from the events and hospitality industry and working for a boutique design firm building out retail spaces he has been able to take what he has taught himself and learned into what he creates now.
You can follow Austin on Instagram @austinriel to see more designs, renovations, and home makeovers!