Here are our top tips to throw the spookiest Halloween party.
Darkness falls across the land,
The midnight hour is close at hand,
Creatures crawl in search of blood,
To terrorize y’alls neighbourhood!
Set The Scene
First of all, you need to create a super spooky haunted house for your Halloween party. Be sure you decorate all the key areas where your guests will gather, as well as any outdoor space, including front doors, windowsills and entrances.
These spider web cobwebs are ideal for creating creepy areas, especially in corners and over lampshades where spiders would lurk.
Another great idea would be draping these ‘Attention, Danger, Beware’ signs around any eerie area of the house or garden. In addition, they can be used to block off any area you might not want guests to go, such as upstairs or in a bedroom.
Furthermore, you can create a spooky light by hanging a selection of fairy lights around the house and garden, especially effective when the sun goes down.
Serve Fun Food and Drink at your Halloween Party
It is important to get creative when serving food and drink at your Halloween party. Instead of normal party food, you should serve ‘severed finger’ hot dogs, ‘mummy’ wrapped puff pastry pies, jellied worms, witches hat cupcakes, the ideas are endless.
If you are not feeling that creative, you can simply serve your snacks in a Halloween themed bowl ~ click here to view our selection http://www.carouseltoyshop.co.uk/catalogsearch/result/?q=halloween+bowl
Additionally you can serve your drinks in creepy Halloween cups, a quick drop of food colouring will instantly turn a drink into a witches brew or poison!
Games and Activities
Keep the party flowing with some spooktacular party games. We have the perfect ‘Pin the Spider on the Cobweb’ game to keep guests of all ages entertained. Such a classic party game but with a Halloween twist! And don’t forget to supply a prize for the winner.
In addition, you can set up a face painting station. We have a great selection of face painting kits for the whole family.
Finally, you must carve a pumpkin, in fact you should probably do this first as it takes longer than you may think. Luckily we have this very useful pumpkin carving set to help you ~ http://www.carouseltoyshop.co.uk/haunted-house-10-piece-jack-o-lantern-halloween-pumpkin-carving-set.html
Now go and get decorating before the witching hour starts…