Halloween Party Ideas, Halloween Decoration Ideas

Throw a Spooky Halloween Party

Halloween Party Tips

Posted by Wendy Moyle on June 1, 2007

Add an extra chill to the autumn weather with haunting outdoor and indoor Halloween Spiderweb Entrancedecorations.  Guests, trick-or-treaters, and passers-by will be thrilled by your frightening yard and home!

Frighten guests right away by placing a Tree Trunk Trembler each of the trees in your yard. Guests will have to enter at their own risk when you put up a spider web entrance outside your front door. For a less menacing accent try Sneaky Kids. They’re a Halloween favorite!

Your front yard makes the perfect setting for a cemetery! Add a few wheelbarrows full of dirt, and add Graveyard Ghoulies for a major scare this Halloween! Place tombstones and ghosts around your lawn and add gravesite decorations for the finishing touch. You can even get a personalized tombstone!

In addition to carved jack o’ lanterns on your porch, try other mood-setting lighting options such as a Clear Skeleton Light Set hanging in your trees. This is a sure-fire way to add some spookiness to any porch. Give your trick-or-treaters an eerie message by placing motion-activated Lighted Rocks in your flower beds or yard. Top it all off with your own greeting to your guests with Personalized Banners.

Inside your home, you can never have too many pumpkins and cobwebs! These are both inexpensive and can be used in abundance to help you create an authentic atmosphere for your scariest of parties! Group the pumpkins together, some carved with candles, and some naturally plain for a glowing outcome. The cobwebs can be fastened to the corners of shelving, across the facing of cabinets, and around lamps or almost any other object. Create a haunting focal point with a Haunted Hotel Standee covering one of your entire walls. Make the inside of you house a spooky cave with hanging 3D bats placed in a prominent location.  Add a humorous touch by placing Inflatable Witch Legs under any door.

Have some fun with a Talking Witch. Place her as a focal point somewhere in your house –inside the front door or next to a buffet line. She comes with a microphone so you can hide around the corner and “speak” spooky or silly messages to all your friends!

Setting a table with the party ware, including the tablecloth, cups, plates, napkins, and cutlery is the fastest way to create a focal point in a room.  Start by setting your table with all the goodies in our Cemetery Terror Ensemble.  Add a few of the following touches to personalize your table:
• Frighten your mortals by placing a Heart Mold in the middle of your buffet table for a fear factor like none other!
• Add a Mini Witch Hat Votive at each place setting to create an eerie glow.
• Frighten your mortals by placing a fake giant Tarantula in a shady corner to startle your guests.
These decorations double as entertainment! Guests will love taking funny photos with an Executioner Standee. Place a Zombie Candy Grabber outside the front door for Trick-or-Treaters to pull candy out of its stomach. The Monster Lab Beanbag Toss is a great game for little guests.

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2 Responses to “Halloween Party Tips”

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  2. bob stand said

    that is soooo cool

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