Spotlight Society’s Top Picks for Halloween 👻

Updated: Oct 21, 2021



Looking for some Halloween inspo, but want to support small businesses? You’ve come to the right place.

Scroll through our Top Picks for Halloween 2021:




Bespoke Bakes by Hannah has again created the most unreal looking (and tasting) cupcakes especially for the spooky season.

Get your orders in quickly to avoid disappointment.



Le Bon Candles create the most beautiful looking, and smelling candles to brighten up your home. Known for their pastel candles on Etsy, they’ve embraced Autumn and Halloween with the cutest pumpkin shaped candles.

Pair these up with some foliage for the perfect Autumnal dinner table centrepiece.




This ‘spooktactular’ monochrome set up (photographed by @annyanderyn) features the knitted wire ‘Boo’ lettering from the lovely Rose and Sebastian.



Ear Candy Handmade never fail to get you into the spirit of the coming season with the best range of earring designs.

Don’t want to dress up completely for Halloween, but want to mark the occasion? These are your October must-have accessory.


How cute are these Hocus Pocus wooden flags by Pickles and Pudding. Rustic accessories are so popular and these would be an autumn accessory you could use over and over again.




We are absolutely obsessed with this paper craft design in card form from Imagine Attic. If you know a special couple with an anniversary this October who love all things Halloween, then this is a must. And we can guarantee, you won’t find another quite like it.


Summer & Me Homeware are now stocking these simple, but gorgeous ‘tis the season to be spooky’ hanging banners.

Do you love Halloween, but the typical ‘festive’ colours don’t go with your decor? No problem, this is the perfect compromise that is sure to go with your home, whatever the decor.




The ever popular wax melt snap bar from The Cats Whiskers, gets a twist with this fabulous Halloween theme with added bat shape, topped off with glitter and pumpkins.



How beautiful are these bats by Bashful Bear Art?

We saw these and knew we had to include them in our top picks. There are so many gorgeous designs to choose from, and certainly not just for Halloween.




Wanting some cosy touches to the home this Autumn? Look no further than Chiccas Baskets.

These beautifully made knitted pumpkins will add a lovely touch to your home this season, or get creative and use as part of a dinner table setting.


You say booze, I say boos. Either way, your chosen Halloween tipple will not only taste amazing, but will look amazing too.

Who doesn’t want to be sipping out of this design from By Zoe Marie.





Who does love a trip to the pumpkin patches in October? Bring the outside in with this canvas piece by Mojo Invites.


Having a party for your children and their friends this Halloween, or looking for an alternative to sweets for the trick or treaters? Bee Crayative Crayons has got you sorted.


Use 10OFF for a discount on your order.



These personalised, or generic wooden ornaments from Swish are perfect to add to party bags, trick or treat bags or place settings this Halloween.




All The Feels have created the ultimate scent and design combo with their B*tchcraft - Spices Pumpkin Breads candle.



Laura Stanley Designs brings these super cute personalised bat ‘First Halloween’ ornaments for October 2021.




Have you ever seen such cute pumpkins? And they’re pink! - Arabella and Bee



Festive knits are back with these super cute hat designs from The Knitting Bear.

You can choose from pumpkin, ghost/boo! or purple witches hat designs. The perfect way to keep their little ears warm this Halloween.




Etch and Ink have these gorgeous wooden signs in stock - the perfect Halloween nod to a neural setting.



These are our picks for Halloween 2021, remember to support small business!


All businesses are linked in the text, so if you’ve seen something you like, head over and show them some love.




 


Stay tuned for our 2021 Christmas Guide (can’t believe I’m actually saying that already, where has this year gone?)


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