For me, Halloween has to be my favourite event of the year. I just love dressing up; having parties; and getting together with family and friends.
So this year I had a search online to see if I can make this year a little different because, well just because… Do I really need to have a reason to plan another Halloween party?
Stage One – Planning
Who doesn’t love planning? Me! There are some great stickers you can decorate your planner with.
Hardest part is ‘sticking’ to one set.
Stage Two – Decorating your home
With much to choose from and the local supermarket being most peoples first point to fill their house with halloween goodies. It doesn’t always have a special touch. So I have put together a few items which you can add around your home to add that unique style.
Stage Three – Food, Drink and the details
Decide how much time and effort you want to spend on the munch. The more you have to give the more creative you can get.
Check out these great Halloween Party Foods by Bex and Sarah over on UK Lifestyle Hub
- 20 Delicious Halloween Recipes That You Definitely Need To Try
- 15 More Delicious Halloween Recipes That You Need To Try
- 20 Spooky Halloween Desserts
Don’t forget there are a few added extras to add.
Stage Four – Costume
This doesn’t have to be scary. Have some fun, especially if there are young children around. A friend of mine is currently halfway through her pregnancy. And yes we are all excited but first, there is Halloween. Last year we nailed Hocus Pocus. Of course, I was Mary Sanders. The other two don’t have enough width to their mid-section if you know what I mean.
Just for fun, check us out. You can let me know in the comments if you think we pulled it off.
This year is going to be a little bit less excessive.
Stage Five – Entertainment
Party games and music are a must! They help everyone come together and once the laughter begins, you know the party has started!
Then for the children, the trick or treat bag. Why not have it personalised and there can be no argument to whos treats they are.
But not everyone wants to take part or be bothered on Halloween. I found this for you.
If my ideas are not to your liking then please view the Editor’s Picks on Etsy.
What are your plans this year? Big, few friends, quiet night with Hocus Pocus?
Whatever you and your loved ones do. I hope you create magical memories and spooky stories to tell.