For me, Halloween is all about celebrating the spooky season but with a bit more of a glamorous tablescape and hallway greeting than the usual gourds and orange pumpkins.
I was looking to tell a twinkling, autumnal interpretation of a happy trick or treat holiday.
I wanted it to be more about the art of tablescaping for this most favorite holiday.
(Did you know that, in fact, Halloween is now only second to Christmas in terms of popularity?)
Given that Halloween has, at its core, dressing up in costumes, it only seems apropos to “dress up the table and noteworthy home spaces with some inspired, seasonal masquerade.
Especially when the harvest season screams out for luncheon, dinner, and cocktail parties to celebrate the abundance we enjoy and share this time of year.
So let’s delight in dressing up.