Halloween Party Pizzazz

Who Doesn’t Love a Party?!?!?!?


For me, there isn’t anything better than a great Halloween party! I love it! I love dressing up…I love the candy…I love the games…I love Halloween!

Decorating for a Halloween party is so much fun and EASY! Your theme is taken care of…all you have to do is decide ~ scary or not scary.

Let’s Start with NOT Scary!


For a fun party without the haunts and spooks, check out this table setting from Coastal Living. For a lot of us, an outdoor party may not be feasible at the end of October. But this would be awesome indoors too. I love the candles and the stemware. How cute are the stripes?!

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Love these linen driftwood pumpkins by City Farmhouse. Guess what they’re made from…a roll of toliet paper! Who knew toliet paper would make such a great pumpkin?! This is a great cheap and easy party decor. Halloween Party

Let’s Get A Little Spooky…


This jack-o-lantern tiered centerpiece is great! It would definitely take some time to carve the pumpkins, but you could make it fun for the whole family. Let the kids draw the faces and the adults can do the carving. This great idea is from Country Living, which is an awesome resource for your Halloween decorating.

Halloween Party

Pick up the latest copy of Country Living Magazine for these great ideas for party decorations. DIY lace candles and arsenic labeled bottles! These will add a little spookiness to your party!  For the candles, you brush nonflammable tempera paint on lace and roll your candle across. I love them! For the bottle labels, they were downloaded and printed on sticker paper. There are tons of ideas for labels. You could even do some chalkboard paint and then you could use them for more than just Halloween.

Halloween Party

Halloween Party

You Never Forget a First Impression!


Don’t forget the entry. First impressions are important! This outdoor decor from Martha Stewart has traditional and fun written all over it! The bats are made from paper and the instructions can be found here.

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There are so many ways to decorate for a Halloween party. Start with what type of party you want to throw. Do you want it to be scary? Do you want it to be casual? Are we wearing costumes? Is it for adults only?

Once you have decided what type of party you want to have, the decorating part should fall right into place. Have fun making some decorations. There are so many ideas online, you could plan for hours!

Host a Halloween party this year! Get your spook on!


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    • says

      Thanks Danni! I thought they were cool. I’d love to have an outdoor party, but Halloween weather in Ky is so unpredictable. We have went trick or treating in shorts before and once it was even snowing!

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