Halloween season is in full swing, and it’s time to start preparing for your Halloween party. First we want to share with you the must-have candy for your Halloween party. What’s Halloween without a ridiculous amount of candy, anyway? Whether you’re having a scary party for adults and older kids or a family friendly party (like this great Candy Corn themed party from last week), the candy basics remain the.
Our Event of the Week today comes from the lovely and talented Karen Ayers, party planner extraordinaire. Karen put together this amazing Halloween front porch party for her neighborhood and, of course did it with acute attention to detail. This is a great idea if you have a large front porch and a festive neighborhood on Halloween – it’s lots of fun for the kids and a nice reprieve for.
Check out this awesome, sophisticated black and white Halloween party from Pizzazzerie.com. This is perfect for a fun and festive party geared towards an older crowd (high school and above). And so easy to pull off – what’s more plentiful than black and white decorations and candy? And Pizzazzerie’s suggestion to add a little orange or lime green pop of color is right on target for a dessert table and.
Here’s a really fun and creative way to have a candy buffet at your upcoming Halloween party – make it a “specimen table” and label all the candy spooky names like “Freshwater Leeches” (Black Licorice Wheels) and “Human Blood Capsules” (Hot Tamales). You can download a free printable of spooky specimen names here, and we’ve provided a list below of the candy to purchase to match the specimen name. Have.
These party pics bring the biggest smile to my face. The happy monsters must have made someone’s little “monster” crazy happy! I am just so impressed with how all of the details tie together and how cute and modern everything looks together. This is not just a great birthday party idea, but it’s perfect for a Halloween too! The idea behind the theme was to make the tablescape and party.