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A Nature Inspired Halloween Table – BSHT

I want to share with you a nature inspired Halloween table for something a little different this season!

Dining room with white pumpkins, and butterflies and black crow on the table.

Hello Friends! I am so excited to be back for another round of the Blogger Stylin Home Tours – Halloween!  Hosted by my talented friend Lindsay at The White Buffalo Styling Company. If you are visiting here from Melaine at My Sweet Savannah, welcome!

White pumpkin with two multi coloured butterflies on it.

You may have seen our home all dressed for fall here and this time around we got it ready for Halloween =)…

White, brown and green floral arrangement, black crow all on dining table.

If Im being totally honest, I am scared way too easily and we don’t usually do very much when it comes to decorating for Halloween ;).

White, brown and blush floral arrangement on table.

But when the chance became available to decorate I couldn’t resist and went to town with our dining table!

Chandelier over top the table with a black crow on it.

I knew I wanted a few spooky pieces, but mixed together in a natural way ;). Like they would be in real life, lol..

A black crow on the table beside the flowers.

Therefore, I decided upon this Nature Inspired Halloween Table, where there are flowers sprouting from pumpkins all pretty and festive. But then there are flying bats, sneaky crows and crawling spiders.

Brass chandelier with black bats and a crow on it.

All of these rodents, birds and bugs typically scare me (which is ridiculous at times, lol) but when incorporated all together it felt like they belonged.

Black crow on a wooden pedestal on the dining table.

When sitting next to pretty neutral toned blooms the crows are just a little bit scary and not too overwhelming.

Wicker dining room chair with a white blanket on it.

Of course I had to include the other important players in this scene, which are fluttering butterflies and button mushrooms.

Black crow with the wings half spread on the table.

Wood accents (DIY footed wood slice tray) make the space feel woodsy and whimsical.

Up close picture of the crows beak.

A perfect combination when crows are staring you down while you enjoy your meal.

A black spider beside the drinking glass on table.

Creepy crawlers find their way to goblets and around the easy paper plates/scrapbook paper placemats.

Carving white pumpkins on table.

While we keep a favorite tradition of carving pumpkins as a family.

Clear glass bowl filled with pumpkin seeds.

We take the yummy seeds and simply roast them. This year we used white pumpkins and they were wonderful!

Carved white pumpkin on table.

The pumpkin faces turned out just like the table, a little spooky and a bit friendly.

The table set for Halloween.

While pumpkins are given their glow, soup simmers on the stove and bread warms in the oven.

Two kids looking at the carved pumpkins on the counter.

The smell is tempting but the pumpkins are more intriguing.

Chandelier above the table lit up with flowers on the table.

When we finally settle down to the table the chandlier is twinkling. Mugs are full and soon, so will be bellies.

The kids at the table on the bench chair with pumpkin beside them.

Our Halloween Table was a success and a fun tradition to carry on! The kiddos loved that we had some scarier friends joining us for our festivities and asked that they now be a part of the yearly dinner from here on out.

Don’t forget to enjoy the rest of today’s tour and head on over to Jen at with Heart to see how she decorates for the season too!

Thank you so much Lindsay at The White Buffalo Styling Company for hosting another wonderful tour and to all of you for visiting here with me today. I hope you will be back again soon!



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  1. Annie, you’ve inspired me now to make a floral pumpkin! Yours looks so good, as does everything else! LOVE the precious photos of your kiddos too…priceless. Happy halloween sweet friend!

    1. Susan thank you so much and we don’t really much either. But I sure had fun and I sure do appreciate you stopping by and leaving such sweet words!

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