5 Tips for Styling Halloween Recipes


As Halloween is almost upon us, I thought it would a good post would to share some of our bloggers’ favourite ways to present Halloween-style photography. Hopefully this will inspire you to get spooktactularly creative in the kitchen and in your homemade photography studio.

Emma from Supper in the Suburb’s Freakshake photography inspired her to carry over the dripping blood look into her background. It’s very gorey isn’t it?

Halloween Recipe Styling Tips

Fake spider webs are Grace from Eats Amazing’s top tip for a spooky set. Her Ghostly Cheesecake Bites demonstrate this approach beautifully. She says to pop to the pound shop and stock up for that ultimate Halloween shoot.

Halloween Recipe Styling Tips

Rhian from Rhian’s Recipes says that using a simple black background adds a dramatic Halloween-ey look to any dish. You can see an example of this in practice on her recipe for Halloween Ghost Cake.

Halloween Recipe Styling Tips

Emma from Me and B Make Tea say the key to her imagery is a grey or white background with a few props. You can see her creepy creation, White Chocolate No Bake Eyeball Cakes.

Halloween Recipe Styling Tips

Our final styling tip comes from Camilla at Fab Food 4 All. She also says that props are the way forwards. She also goes for a dark background, with narrowed controlled sources of light, from either the side or the back, over her dish. Check out her spooky-looking recipe for Halloween Ghost Cupcakes for some further inspiration.

Halloween Recipe Styling Tips

Happy Halloween All!

Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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