Now that you’ve created the perfect Halloween flower arrangement with statement flowers, accent blooms, and fall flourishes, it’s time to fashion the display surrounding it in your home. Start by identifying where you want it to be, whether it’s on a table, desk, mantel, or countertop. Surround it with classic Halloween decor like spiders, bats, skeleton hands, eyeballs, a witch’s spellbook, crystals, black cats, or other objects that scream spooky season. You can also put fun and eerie things directly into the bouquet for a creepy surprise. Finish it off with candles that provide flickering light and seasonal scents to top it all off.