Hallowfood? I definitely know what to put on the menu when having guests for dinner at the end of October: pancakes and pumpkin soup. Setting a hallowtable, however, requires more brainstorming. After all we don’t want to scare the guests away, right?
In other words: witches, skull-pumpkins and other evil props are (literally) off the table. You see, I tend to go for a rather sweet hallow-tablescape, one that involves chocolate pumpkins and ditto squirrels and nuts for example. Not too much of Halloween yet totally in line with fall. Combined with some candles cosiness will be guaranteed. It is "happers" with tricky copy that add something hallow to it all.
P.S. Are you ready for some Christmas blogging? I’d say: stay tuned because yup, the yearly Christmas sessions are about to begin.