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Who says Orange is the New Black.....Sophisticated Black and White Halloween Decor and Party Ideas without Orange!

From mantels to tablescapes, from party favors to treats, there is a black and white Halloween idea for you. Who says we have to be traditional and use orange and black, black and white is just asfestive and equally gets the point across ~ ITS HALLOWEEN! Here are a few ideas to try for your next Halloween gathering, party or just decorating.

Party Table ~ Decorate your party table using all black and white, from the decor to the goodies!



Tablescapes and Mantels ~ Use feather boas, buntings and swag to drape. Spray paint anything you can get your hands on in silver glitter, black or white. Then arrange elements until your satisfied.



Food, Beverage and Goodies ~ Use black and white paper goods. Use containers that are black, white or clear and/or decorate containers using black and white adornments. Finish your food items off using white or black edible pretties.



Welcome ~ Don't forget the entryway! Whether it's a wreath or your entryway,use black and white to set the stage for your sophisticated black and white theme.



Pumpkins ~ Don't forget about the pumpkins....no matter where you place them, inside or out. Use anything you have on hand or anything your creative mind conjures up, from ribbons, paint, stickers, and jewels! Let your creative side shine!!!


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