Happy Halloween Weekend! Whether you're planning last-minute centerpieces for your party this weekend or starting to gather ideas for a Halloween-inspired soirée next year, expert event and floral designer Eddie Zaratsian of Eddie Zaratsian Lifestyle and Design put together four easy how-to tutorials detailing the step-by-step processes of creating professional spooky looks! "From blood-red roses paired with skulls and bones to succulents mimicking black widow spiders, our Halloween party décor ideas are a modern, elegant take on traditional spooky party decorations!" he shares.
The below six-minute clip teaches you how to create a stunning Halloween skull arrangement featuring deep red florals, greenery, and spooky décor in jet black urns ideal for a centerpiece or to frame your entrance just in time for trick-or-treaters.
For a similar look with even more of a creepy Halloween vibe, watch the tutorial below for a skull-and-bones floral arrangement perfect for your front porch or entryway. Watch how blending Spanish moss, plum branches, tiger wood, red roses, and inexpensive Halloween décor can create a scary, yet elegant, floral design.
Another great décor piece for a Halloween is a tombstone arrangement – it's easy to make and will instantly add the spooky holiday spirit to your space! In the video, Eddie also shares a great trick for easily creating a "spider web" look using a technique that incorporates just Styrofoam and a hot glue gun.
If you're looking for a more subtle Halloween-inspired arrangement, you'll love this black widow floral arrangement featuring succulents, flowers, and grasses in dark, moody hues for a mystical décor piece.
For more ideas, view Eddie Zaratsian's tutorials for making a DIY cedar wreath or DIY holiday wreath for the upcoming holiday season, and view a Halloween-inspired real wedding and a stylish Halloween-themed wedding for spooky inspiration!