Halloween is one of the most celebrated holidays around the globe. Halloween parties are usually celebrated in offices, malls, and hotels where kids and kids at heart gather to enjoy the party. But since the pandemic is not yet over, you may want to have a mini celebration in your own homes.
Here are some tips for making a scary yet stylish Halloween party at home.
Food and drinks
What’s a party without mouth-watering foods and overflowing drinks? It does not have to be grand, you just have to play with your imagination to come up with creepy looking but delicious treats for the guests. The usual Halloween food entries include cookies shaped in scary characters like a ghost or witch and pumpkin pie. For kid-friendly drinks, you can prepare fruit juice or tea and top it with gummy worms or spider candies for an added thrill. Don’t forget to prepare the loot bag full of sweets for the adorable kids who are looking for some treat.
Decorate your place
Whether you want a simple Halloween design or a total makeover to make your home look haunted is all up to you. Some of the materials can be found in your home so no need to splurge. You can use cotton and form it into a ghost and attached to cardboard and hang it up in your front door. If you have colored papers, you can use it to create a pattern of spider, coffin, and bats. And of course, the ever-famous pumpkin should be present in your place. Aside from the traditional engraved giant pumpkin, using a marquee light pumpkin will make your party brighter. This stock pumpkin marquee is the best seller during Halloween and it's best to secure yours if you don't have it yet.
Don’t forget to dress up for this year’s Halloween celebration. Some of the most common Halloween OOTDs are witch, skeleton, ghost, and fairies but some prefer to be in their favorite cartoon character. Whatever costume you decide to wear, make sure to pair it with oozing confidence and you'll be fine.