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Orange Is Not Mandatory on Halloween: These Uber-Chic Setups Prove It!

Because the pumpkin is the focal point of Halloween, it seems almost impossible to avoid that time-worn black-and-orange palette when arranging the celebratory table for the creepiest holiday of the year. At eFavormart, we believe that it is not impossible! To help you make your party table unique, stylish, and spooky at the same time, we’ve rounded up three most elegant “orange-free” Halloween table setting ideas.

Monochromatic Chic

The combo of black and white is so timeless and universal that it can fit any occasion even if it is Halloween. To bewitch your guests with the monochromatic setup, get the ball rolling with the black or white tablecloth. Then, pull out our classy black/white candelabra along with our gem cut candle holders and add in our white taper candles. To accommodate each guest, you can use our black, white, or silver acrylic plates. Since no Halloween goes without the pumpkin, you can cover each baby pumpkin with glue and “bathe” it in our black or white sand. Once you’re done, place your pumpkins on our silver or black centerpiece riser. To bring into your setup with a spooky factor, you can also add faux spiders, crows, or lovely  DIY ghosts made of latex balloons and scraps of tulle.

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Monochromatic Chic

The combo of black and white is so timeless and universal that it can fit any occasion even if it is Halloween. To bewitch your guests with the monochromatic setup, get the ball rolling with the black or white tablecloth. Then, pull out our classy black/white candelabra along with our gem cut candle holders and add in our white taper candles. To accommodate each guest, you can use our black, white, or silver acrylic plates. Since no Halloween goes without the pumpkin, you can cover each baby pumpkin with glue and “bathe” it in our black or white sand. Once you’re done, place your pumpkins on our silver or black centerpiece riser. To bring into your setup with a spooky factor, you can also add faux spiders, crows, or lovely  DIY ghosts made of latex balloons and scraps of tulle.

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Pink-o-Ween

Since October is National Breasts Cancer Awareness Month, you can use it as an opportunity to spruce up that traditional black-and-orange duo. To recreate this look, start off with the tablecloth, which should be solid black or black/white – either way, you can find something suitable in our collection of satin tablecloths. To add a pop of color into your discreet setup, look no further than our  acrylic fuchsia charger plates with our black thick dish plates placed atop. To complement the fuchsia chargers, you can use our fuchsia napkins. For a romantic ambiance, we recommend pulling out our gemcut candle holders with white taper candles (you can also transform them into black and white using glue and our black decorative sand). To echo your striped candles and fuchsia napkins, you can also add our stripe favor boxes trimmed with our fuchsia ribbons. Faux spiders, DIY ghosts, white skulls, or artificial crows will take the setup to the new level of creepiness

Pink-o-Ween

Since October is National Breasts Cancer Awareness Month, you can use it as an opportunity to spruce up that traditional black-and-orange duo. To recreate this look, start off with the tablecloth, which should be solid black or black/white – either way, you can find something suitable in our collection of satin tablecloths. To add a pop of color into your discreet setup, look no further than our  acrylic fuchsia charger plates with our black thick dish plates placed atop. To complement the fuchsia chargers, you can use our fuchsia napkins. For a romantic ambiance, we recommend pulling out our gemcut candle holders with white taper candles (you can also transform them into black and white using glue and our black decorative sand). To echo your striped candles and fuchsia napkins, you can also add our stripe favor boxes trimmed with our fuchsia ribbons. Faux spiders, DIY ghosts, white skulls, or artificial crows will take the setup to the new level of creepiness

Purple Setup

Purple is another clever way not to “attack” your table with that bold orange.  For instance, if you want to recreate this boo-tiful ball Halloween ghouls night out party setup, you’ll need to make an easy and elegant backdrop using our white foam bricks. For a balloon arch, tie our purple, silver, white, lavender, and black polka dotted latex balloons together, using duct tape and wire. Our silver balloon letters will be a perfect fit for this “boo” inscription. Though draping your table with our purple rosette linens or a Curly Willow table skirt will never hurt, you can skip the tablecloth part and adorn your table with a string of purple, black, and silver tassels to go with a garland of DIY ghosts. While filling your table with candies, cakes, and cupcakes, remember to stick within the white, black, and purple color scheme. To this effect, you can trim our clear candy jars with purple and white ribbons, use our black and white striped paper straws, serve cakes and cupcakes in our clear or white cake stands, and top everything off with our black glittered manzanita tree with DIY bats on it!  

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Purple Setup

Purple is another clever way not to “attack” your table with that bold orange.  For instance, if you want to recreate this boo-tiful ball Halloween ghouls night out party setup, you’ll need to make an easy and elegant backdrop using our white foam bricks. For a balloon arch, tie our purple, silver, white, lavender, and black polka dotted latex balloons together, using duct tape and wire. Our silver balloon letters will be a perfect fit for this “boo” inscription. Though draping your table with our purple rosette linens or a Curly Willow table skirt will never hurt, you can skip the tablecloth part and adorn your table with a string of purple, black, and silver tassels to go with a garland of DIY ghosts. While filling your table with candies, cakes, and cupcakes, remember to stick within the white, black, and purple color scheme. To this effect, you can trim our clear candy jars with purple and white ribbons, use our black and white striped paper straws, serve cakes and cupcakes in our clear or white cake stands, and top everything off with our black glittered manzanita tree with DIY bats on it!  

As you can see, it’s pretty easy to assemble a perfect Halloween setup without using orange accessories. Though all these ideas include black, you can skip it as well – the trick is that you should include the main attributes of Halloween, like ghosts, spiders, skulls, skeletons, crows, and beyond. Whichever idea crosses your mind, please share it with us in the comments below, we’d love to hear from you!



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