This post is in partnership with Christmas Tree Shops andThat!, a brand I truly love. All opinions here are my own.
Here in Pennsylvania, the weather is slowly starting to feel like Fall is making it’s way into town... and I’m loving it!
I love everything about the Fall: the leaves falling, football, apple picking, sweater weather, boots and...let’s not forget about Halloween!
This year, Halloween will be a little different than it's always been for us.
Since the girls were born, we've always lived in a neighborhood, where people decorated their homes for halloween and trick-or-treaters were aplenty on Halloween night. Since we moved last November, we no longer live in a neighborhood and many homes on our road can't be seen from driving by...so outdoor decorations aren't as visible and the Halloween spirit won't be lurking around the 'hood.
So, I decided to make our interior space a little spookier than normal to get the girls excited for the Season!
We were shopping at Christmas Tree Shops andThat! and it was straight up, a free-for-all with the girls! They were tossing things in the cart, with no "theme" in mind for our decor efforts...if you know me, you know I was cringing inside. But let me tell you...the prices of the stuff at Christmas tree Shops andThat! are AMAZING! I've shopped there for home decor (outdoor entertaining) last Spring and was thoroughly impressed. But I had no idea how extensive their Halloween selection was.
The quality of items for the prices are also incredible!
We turned our dining room into a spooky parlor and the girls are obsessed!
We all chose different light-up decor pieces with glowing eyes to scatter throughout the table...it looks so creepy at night! We basically went through the aisles and just mixed and matched little items off the shelves to create our tablescape. I saw the witches hat and knew we needed it for a focal point. I love watching the vibe of the room change as the sun begins to go down and shadows are cast upon the table...sooooo spooooooky!
What do you think?!
How do you decorate for Halloween?