How to Throw the Best Halloween Party This Year

 Planning your Halloween party can be daunting. But it doesn’t have to be. I’ve come up with some ideas on how you can get started.

Get creative

Think about the kind of Halloween you and your family want to have. Do you want everyone to come dressed as a Disney character or a superhero? Would you prefer something traditionally scary, like having everyone in zombie or vampire costumes? Think about what kind of party you want it to be and that will help you figure out your theme! If your friends are into more nontraditional Halloween costumes, suggest a theme that will let them show their creative sides. Throw a Lady Gaga-themed Monster Ball with everyone wearing their favorite Gaga outfit, or have everyone dress up as characters from a popular TV show or movie. You can still use Halloween decorations and music, but if everyone’s sticking to a common theme, the party will be more cohesive and way more fun! We have plenty of costumes for you to choose at our online store:

http://astore.amazon.ca/halloweenshop048-20?_encoding=UTF8&node=27 .

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Music sets the mood

If you’re going with a movie theme, you should definitely play a few memorable tracks from the soundtrack, but mix it up with Halloween songs, too. Halloween hits like “Monster Mash” and the Ghostbusters theme are musts, but don’t be afraid to think outside the box. There are tons of ‘80s and ‘90s songs that can be interpreted as Halloween hits—the cheesier, the better. Here are a few of our favorites:

Traditional – a great option for traditional folk

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If you and your roommates just want to let your guests have total creative freedom, don’t assign a costume-based theme—just pick decorations and music that set the mood and really make you excited to celebrate Halloween!

Get yourself plenty of Pumpkins!

If you don’t know how to or don’t have the time to carve a pumpkin, use acrylic paints to make faces on a few pumpkins to set out around the house (you can buy pumpkins at most grocery stores in the fall).

Choose classic Halloween cookies

We love sugar cookies with orange frosting and black sprinkles, but there are tons of other super easy options to choose from. The Pillsbury sugar cookies printed with ghosts and pumpkins are delicious, and all you have to do is slice and bake them. If you want to get more creative—think bat and cat cookies decorated with licorice and candy corn—Pillsbury has tons of recipes.

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Dolling out candy is part of the experience

Reese’s Pieces are a must since they’re Halloween colored, and gummies are festive, too. And, of course, you have to serve plenty of candy corn. Set out a few different options to keep everyone satisfied and add a variety of color to your table.

If your looking for a costume for your little girl, please visit our site so that you can get your costume for Halloween. Make it a memorable one!

http://astore.amazon.ca/halloweenshop048-20?_encoding=UTF8&node=2

 

 

 

 

 

 

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