No Worries: 4 Last-Minute Halloween Ideas
2. Setting the table
Besides entertaining your guests with labels and signs that warn them against eating or touching anything, there are other easy ways of making your table look festive. You can carve out apples and oranges, place a bunch or wreath of bright-colored leaves on the table, or even go outside to pick some twigs, dry or withered grass stalks and flowers for a more gloomy-looking bouquet (this can be done even in the darkness or rain.) It is certainly fun to buy themed Halloween napkins and cups, but you can cut spider or ghost shapes out of colored paper to put on the table instead of napkins, and you can write or draw something Halloween-themed on regular paper cups.
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