I served a green salad in the bowls and spaghetti with meat sauce in the deep square plates. I don’t think Mrs. Robinson (my high school home economics teacher) ever told us about the placement of the pasta spoon, so feel free to let me know if I have placed it incorrectly.
For the salad course, I replaced the tree with pumpkin mugs filled with a choice of salad dressings.
Dessert was ice cream and cookies, so the cookies became my centerpiece.
I fell in love with these trick-or-treater ornaments at an estate sale. As you can see on my serving table, I also liked the boxes they came in!
Pumpkin card artist: Karen Harvey Cox of A Scrapbook of Inspiration.
The caption on the bottom of the little cutout pumpkin-head girl is: “Meet me at the patch Pumpkin”.
Flatware pattern: William Rogers “Eternally Yours” @ 1847
As usual, I’ve had everything on this table too long to remember where I got most of it.
I’m linking this post to Tablescape Thursday, hosted by Between Naps On The Porch,
and to Seasonal Sundays, hosted by The Tablescaper.
A big thank you for coming to visit my blog. I really hope you’ll come back Friday to link to my weekly event, “A Few Of My Favorite Things Saturday”. laurie