Creating a great Halloween-themed party is much easier than people think! Here are a few tips you can implement in your Halloween Cooking and Halloween party throwing in order to liven up the setting and create a great, spooky environment to host in.
These two vampire songs were the most often mentioned after the Annie Lennox classic. They are much creepier but you could probably throw one or both of them into a playlist for all ages and get away with it.
Don’t buy expensive table cloths when you can turn an old black sheet or a white one with red food coloring blood splatters in to spooky table covering for you Halloween party food table.
One popular option is systems that have additional chimes. This seemingly basic feature can add some variation and a little extra to any home. Depending on the doorbell system you get, a large number of different sounds from the more traditional doorbell sounds to some more elaborate. In addition, many systems make it easy to add extra chimes to the existing system.
There are great halloween music CD’s that you could play for some background ambiance, but I think with all the laughter and excitement the music may be drowned out. The easy part about this party is that your house and /or yard will already be decorated for the season! Halloween party invitations are abundant, so find ones you like or even make your own on the computer. There are lots of sites with free pintables. The game stations can be Halloween versions of what you would find at carnival. When they are ready to start playing the games, they will have their “pumpkin bucket” from lunch and can begin visiting the game stations to win tickets or candy!
In case you have no room for everyone to stay make sure that you can make arrangements for them to stay at a local hotel that is as close to your home as you can get it. However if everyone is drinking then there is not going to be anyone to take them to the hotel, unless you call the taxi service. Make sure you reserve a room as early as you can at a motel because this is a busy time for them and they might not have rooms available.
When the party starts breaking up, have your young host pass out a small party favor to show appreciation to his/her guests for attending. This could be candy bars (not the bite-sized ones), glow-in-the-dark anything. Or try some cool personalized favors. These are actually easy to find on-line and come right to your house within a week of ordering them. Party favors are just a nice finishing touch to any planned party.