Tips on Planning a Halloween Party

Need tips on planning a Halloween party this year?

Pick out a fun costume and learn how to get everyone into the Halloween spirit by using these simple tips from stylist Ingrid Grimes-Myles.  To find out the stylist’s 4 great points on how to plan the perfect Halloween Party, check out the video below:
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When planning a Halloween party, it is important for families to help one another with the planning and completing of party tasks. The Halloween party planning is then less stressful and everyone can participate. Making your own Halloween party invitations sets the tone while creating buzz and excitement about your upcoming party.  Building upon the normal style of your house to create a spooky and haunted setting is key for an authentic Halloween atmosphere.  The Halloween party planner also advises to make the most of your household space by layering your Halloween decorations over chairs and other furniture.

Aside from popular Halloween candy and creepy Halloween food and drinks, the ultimate Halloween party planning guide lists fun ideas for children and adults that will keep everyone entertained during the Halloween party. Examples include: a tarot card reading, face painting, and pumpkin decoration.

Templates to decorate or carve your pumpkin can easily be found at your local craft store or online.

Planning ahead of time is key.  The Halloween party planner says that you should buy on November 1st for next year’s Halloween party.  After the holiday is over, many Halloween costumes and decorations will be on sale, making it a great time to take advantage of the low prices and buy with next year’s Halloween party in mind.  Grab that foaming cauldron and skeleton display while it’s on sale for a smart money move and add it to your Halloween decor.

Want more Halloween videos? Check out our other video on spooky Halloween food for a Halloween party:  Halloween Food Ideas For a Halloween Party

 

 


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