Fall Fun Series | Halloween Vibes

Fall Fun Series | Halloween Vibes

It’s beginning to look a lot like, Halloween!

My husband and I are currently enjoying the last couple days of our honeymoon and we should be getting home just in time to celebrate Halloween. To get in the spirit, I figured I’d share some of my decorations (that I’m currently missing here in Florida) and our traditions that we’ll hopefully be able to still enjoy in the midst of our crazy schedules!

Fall Fun Series | Halloween Vibes

Being the first year in our new home, we haven’t fully furnished the space and just decorated where we could. Using little knick-knacks and pumpkins that I’ve collected over the years, I tend to put together little vignettes as feature pieces. I’m also a huge fan of decorating with candles (obviously) and am obsessed with the dreadful drips from Yankee Candle; such a creepy addition to your decor! Finally, I enjoy sprinkling little statement pieces around the house like the towels seen above.

Fall Fun Series | Halloween Vibes

We’ve unfortunately never lived in a community that has any trick-or-treaters, so we’ve had to make some of our own traditions. Usually the weekend leading up to the holiday, we put on our favorite Halloween movies, have a marathon, and carve pumpkins in front of the TV. It’s so simple yet we look forward to it during the entire month of October.

I’m excited to expand our Halloween traditions in years to come so we have something in place to share with our future kids when the time arrives. I know when I was a child, I always looked forward to my mom getting out her decorations and feeling the spooky vibes in the weeks leading up to the big day!

What are some of your Halloween traditions? Share in the comments!

 

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Jay Sheldon

Spill the details on that skull kiddo, I needs it! I also like little vignettes, even if I’m the only one that gets the theme, though mine haven’t been as elaborate the last few years. Count me in on the dreadful drips, instant Halloween vibes!

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Michelle

The skull is actually a candle I bought on clearance from Barnes & Noble several years back! Definitely check the store during the Halloween seasons going forward, they tend to re-release their decor!

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