Halloween is our absolute favorite time of year to decorate our living spaces. We both love to add glamorous touches to an otherwise spooky scene in our homes (as seen in our past five years of Halloween decor posts: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015). In preparing to decorate this year, we purchased just a few new items and dusted off some of our old favorites to come up with  new overall looks. Here’s a peek at how each of us used our different styles to create the right look for our homes this Halloween.

T Side: As I have some fun gold accessories lying around from the wedding, my plan was to incorporate these into my Halloween decor. I went with a black and gold color scheme and made the whole look ultra glam and not too scary. A bit of tulle, lots of sparkle, and antique glass finishes it off just right.

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This antique mirror served as a tray to hold our wedding kippot and now sits atop our coffee table holding all sorts of fun accessories. A bowl of Tootsie Rolls once held our gorgeous flowers as each table’s centerpiece, and these gold sequin Kate Spade coasters are among our favorite wedding gifts.

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I added a tulle bunting to our fireplace with these adorable Trick or Treat signs I found at Michael’s. It definitely makes our mantle look much more festive!

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Our favorite gold skull with a black tulle fascinator looks on towards new things ahead for this couple no longer in the wedding planning stage!

L Side: I gave Ava free reign to pick what she would be for Halloween this year. She chose to be a fairy and also asked for her sisters to join her. It wasn’t so out of the box considering she has loving nicknamed her toy corner the “Fairy Village”. As my home is currently filled with all things tulle, pink, and all around girly, I knew this would not be too difficult and even decided to go along with her “Fairy Village” concept for our Halloween decor.

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Ava selected a pumpkin for each of the girls as well as herself this week at the pumpkin patch, and we turned our trusty tray into its own “Fairy Village”.

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Floral details left over from Tami’s wedding and the Bachelorette Party as well as some sparkly butterflies I had lying around completed the look …

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… and this skull with its own flower crown watches over it all!

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I didn’t get too elaborate with my decorations this year as I have been very focused on three fairy costumes.

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Ava agreed to be the white fairy so she could wear this gorgeous tutu as long as she got pink wings and a floral crown.

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I handmade this floral crown for her and added a fun butterfly detail to it as well. Check out our Instagram feed next week to see the girls in their cute costumes!

As you can see, we each have our own style when it comes to decorating, but we also love to see what each other comes up with. Halloween lends itself to millions of different ways of decorating, so many directions you can go. What is your plan this year? We can’t wait to hear how you decorate your space for Halloween, and of course (as we are very visual gals) we would love to see photos as well. Send them our way!

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