Get the party started with everything you need for a hauntingly good time this Halloween. Whether your guests are frightfully finicky eaters or ghostly gluttons, all you need is the recipe for the scariest soiree of the year! Check out some of the tricks and treats below that will scare your guests’ socks off!

Boo-tiful Decor

Firstly, customize your treat table with festive flair, like sugar skull tumblers or using LED bottle lights to create scary luminaries! Add some pumpkin plates and ghostly napkins too amp up the spirited party. Hang garland and set out this creepy brain for some extra spooky flair.

Killer Halloween Kits

No one will say Boo! to these chillingly charming Monster Masks! Transform into a witch or Frankenstein’s monster with a few scissor snips, some string and a little bit of glue. Set up a photo booth decorated and host your own monster masquerade!


Dreadfully Daring Drinks

Like a witch’s spell, your guests won’t be able to resist coming back to your dreadfully delicious drink table for seconds! Add a splash of blood red orange juice to a classic Moscow Mule for a bloodcurdling bit of booze! Alternatively, try grown-up trick or treat candy with Sugarfina cocktail gummies in yummy flavors like peach bellini and margarita.

You can also fill festive treat bags with favors like a Box of Boogers and supplies to make some sweet but scary Halloween Paper Dolls! Dress these lil’ monsters up any way you like and act out your own horror show.

Frightfully Fun

Set up a games table with spooky-themed games everyone will enjoy. Encourage some friendly competition with Stack the Bones. Use this Halloween sound machine to spook your guests with the touch of a button. Conjure up a witchy cackle or ghostly haunt to add spirit.

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1 Response

  1. Emily Wilson says:

    Awesome blog full of beautiful art work! I especially love those Halloween paper dolls and sugar skull tumblers. Such a creative idea and good option to have some pre-Halloween fun with kids.