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A table setting fit for

Halloween

Invite ghouls, ghosts and other guests to a scary good time with your classy and well-thought-out dinner party. Here are a few ways to make your dinner table as devilishly good as the meal you'll be cooking up.

1. Decide on a theme
The theme does not need to be followed strictly but it does give a nice impression when the table setting follows one. Choosing a color theme is the easiest way to impress your guests. For this season's table, we chose to combine cool tones to light out the fire of the burned earth tones.

2. Warm drinks
One way to stick to your color theme is by serving drinks to match your décor. We chose drinks in warm tones and beer with blue and red labels to complement the colors on our table.

3. Avoid big centerpieces
An elaborate centerpiece can sometimes come off as too showy. It can even ruin a pleasant dinner because it gets in the way of your guests sitting across from each other. So keep the big decorations off the table.

4. Make it easy for yourself
Someone wants another beer again? Spare yourself the trouble of running inside. Place the beverages in baskets close to the table (a bag of ice in the bottom keeps them cold). When in the kitchen, save your outfit from stains with a nice apron. Our Canvas High Apron has pockets that may function as extra hands.
If the weather permits, give mother nature a seat at the table. This season is about breaking down the walls between nature and you. Combat the cold by keeping a blanket handy.

If the weather permits, give mother nature a seat at the table. This season is about breaking down the walls between nature and you. Combat the cold by keeping a blanket handy.

When setting a table, don't place utensils you won't be using. No salad, no salad fork. Do, however, place the flatware in the order of use, from the outside in. And a glass of water above the knife.

When setting a table, don't place utensils you won't be using. No salad, no salad fork. Do, however, place the flatware in the order of use, from the outside in. And a glass of water above the knife.

5. Lots of candles for the ambiance
Most of us remember to put candles on the dining table. But don't forget to stand larger lanterns on the floor, hang them on the trees, or on the railings.
6. Make your guests comfortable
We all know how a hard chair or a chilly breeze can ruin a dinner experience. Adding soft cushions for back support and cozy throws and blankets on each chair will guarantee you a hostess of the year award.

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