Courtney Sixx has been a guest at some of the most fabulously ghoulish Hollywood fetes.
Many of the details she sees become muses for her own ideas, and now she is sharing some scary stylish decorating details.
Set your table outside, if possible, and at night amid a bevy of low hanging branches for a naturally spooky backdrop. If indoors, dim your lights for effect.
Use Halloween as motivation but move beyond the typical black and orange—Courtney Sixx is seated among chic black and grey combos, black textured fabrics punctuated with gold accents and arrangements of rich red and deep pink flowers.
Create a dramatic chair back with a giant black tulle bow festooned with flowers mirroring the table display. The floor-length drape of the bow is secured to the chair leg bottoms with two black elastic hair bands; the flowers and greenery are applied with a hot glue gun.
Spray paint candelabras in matte black. Courtney loves spray paint for easy, budget-friendly all-over coverage. Set tall, gold taper candles in squares of black tulle and then place together in candle cradle for an edgy detail.
Add more deep colors to the table setting with small silver bowls of blackberries and raspberries. Dot them at every few place settings for a pop of festive color and texture—but don’t be surprised if your guests think they are for snacking!
Customize rental chair cushions using fabric that goes with your theme—in this case black velvet.
Each month an expertly curated Bouquet Box will arrive at your door complete with the precise number of flowers plus simple instructions to create a professionally designed bouquet.