15 Sep

GLAM Halloween: Purple & Lime Green

GLAM Halloween: Purple & Lime Green

Um… yes. I’m pretty much dying over this new GLAM HALLOWEEN photo shoot from The TomKat Studio! This is probably one of my favorite themes Kim has ever dreamed up… and that’s saying a lot!

Fabulous color palette, glittery trees, hints of damask, a ridiculously cool spiderweb pumpkin, and so much more… Do you see those adorable Ding Dong Spiders below?! LOVE! Added bonus: the stationery details are available in The Tomkat Studio Etsy Shop – and the set is 50% off through Sept 22nd!

GLAM Halloween: Purple & Lime Green

And while we’re singing praises, let’s also talk about how talented photographer Laura Winslow is too… these pictures are fantastic! Rich color + interesting angles + artistic blurs in all the right places = serious eye candy!

GLAM Halloween: Purple & Lime Green

GLAM Halloween: Purple & Lime Green

Read on for LOTS more yummy images + details & resources from Kim (at the bottom of the post)…

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GLAM Halloween: Purple & Lime Green

GLAM Halloween: Purple & Lime Green

GLAM Halloween: Purple & Lime Green

GLAM Halloween: Purple & Lime Green

GLAM Halloween: Purple & Lime Green

GLAM Halloween: Purple & Lime Green

GLAM Halloween: Purple & Lime Green

GLAM Halloween: Purple & Lime Green

GLAM Halloween: Purple & Lime Green

GLAM Halloween: Purple & Lime Green

GLAM Halloween: Purple & Lime Green

GLAM Halloween: Purple & Lime Green

GLAM Halloween: Purple & Lime Green

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Chocolate Truffle Pops:
“I had hoped to make these adorable chocolate spiders that I saw in the BH&G Halloween magazine, made with the Ferraro Rocher dark chocolates. They didn’t work well for my mom & I, so she had the great idea of turning the chocolates in to “FAKE POPS” (instead of CAKE POPS). We just stuck 6″ lollipop sticks in them, piped a little chocolate in the hole to keep the stick in, as well as on the bottom to keep them standing up straight, tied with ribbons and set in the mini cupcake liners!

Ding Dong Spiders:
We just used ding dongs, cut up black licorice for the legs and then piped a little chocolate to attached the purple sixlets for eyes!

Wine Glass Tags:
Each tag is a different name and varying colors so the guests know which glass is theirs!”

VENDOR CREDITS & RESOURCES:
The TomKat Studio: Glam Halloween Party Collection
HomeGoods: Purple Glitter Trees, White Candlesticks (had), Wall Candleholders (had)
HobbyLobby: Black/Purple Pumpkin
Printed OreosSweeties by Kim
Poms: PomLove
Purple Candy: Sweeties of Arizona (new candy store that just opened by me…HUGE!)
Purple Flower with Rhinestones: Banner Boutique Hair Accessories
Favor Boxes: made with Silhouette Machine
Black Crepe Paper Flowers: Made by my intern, Serena (yes, i have a local volunteer!! :)
Sparkling Wine (with purple top): André Cold Duck

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47Comments

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Pam SAYS:

SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO CUTE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Oh I just LOVE it!!!!!!!!!! I may have to modify this for a halloween play date/party. Just too adorable!!!!

Reply September 15, 2010 at 5:33 am

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PartyMom SAYS:

How did I miss this over at TomKat?! I’m totally in love. I absolutely LOVE the purple/black/green color combination!

Reply September 15, 2010 at 5:49 am

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Cindy Buehler SAYS:

Purple and Lime Green. Two of my favorite colors. Wonderful Halloween selections.

Reply September 15, 2010 at 6:14 am

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Erika @ IndieSpotting SAYS:

I adore this color combination and all the details ~ couldn’t be any more adorable! I especially love the spiderweb pumpkin sitting on the cupcake stand!

Reply September 15, 2010 at 6:31 am

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Jennifer Epstein SAYS:

Oh I so love TomKat Studio. I just posted a tutorial on the tissue paper poms if anyone is curious as to how to make: http://www.thismommyloves.com/2010/09/tissue-paper-poms-party-decoration.html

Reply September 15, 2010 at 6:36 am

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Jen @ The Finer Things SAYS:

Wow! This Halloween bash is positively gorgeous. Every detail is amazing — so spooky chic!

Reply September 15, 2010 at 6:42 am

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Claudi SAYS:

What a great inspiration to twist up the traditional halloween colors. I love this post and I LOVE this BLOG!

Reply September 15, 2010 at 7:30 am

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Ijeoma SAYS:

Love the table setting! Spookily beautiful, if ever there was such a phrase :)

Reply September 15, 2010 at 7:49 am

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suzanne antique lover SAYS:

Love the glam look….!

Reply September 15, 2010 at 9:29 am

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The Fairy SAYS:

LOVE IT! Great color and pattern combos! I love the little EEK container too … didn’t see where that came from in the post.

Reply September 15, 2010 at 10:32 am

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Heather @ PeachPizzazz SAYS:

I just love all things Halloween – and this is beautiful!

Reply September 15, 2010 at 10:34 am

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Laura SAYS:

Awww, you are so sweet! Thank you so much for your kind words and for featuring! Kim rocked it! :) xoxo,
Laura

Reply September 15, 2010 at 10:36 am

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Victoria SAYS:

I just have to say how great your party looks! Halloween is one of my fav holidays and I’ve always wanted to throw a fun party such as yours. I came close one time with a witch theme party but yours brings it a whole new level! Good work!

Reply September 15, 2010 at 11:02 am

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Deandra SAYS:

GORGEOUS! Absolutely gorgeous!! Luv it!

Reply September 15, 2010 at 12:09 pm

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Tiffany SAYS:

We are definitely on the same page with this post. I just posted my Spooky Halloween Wreath with purple and lime green flowers with various accents. DIY Project – and tons of fun for the little ghouls and goblins showing up at your door for Halloween! http://tiffanyinreallife.blogspot.com/2010/09/spooky-halloween-wreath.html

Reply September 15, 2010 at 12:22 pm

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