Halloween Party Planning Tips

Boo! I know, I scared you, you don’t have to admit it. If you are human, you might celebrate a spooky holiday known as Halloween! If you aren’t human, pardon me, and I am sure there are some non-human blogs out there. Halloween is known as a holiday where you can dress up, gather candy, walk until your feet turn into noodles, and eat the candy until you collapse. Fun, right? Some people do not enjoy trick-or-treating or handing out the 13 pounds of pure sugar. If you have just been described, stay tuned. We’re going to be planning a Halloween party for you! Well, I won’t necessarily be throwing you a party, but I sure can give a few tips! Time for tip one. If you want people to come to your party, I suggest inviting them first with a gorgeous invitation that is sure to give someone the creeps. Here’s a template:

___ is inviting you to a ____ Halloween Party! Please come with a costume and spooky attitude. Drinks and snacks will be provided. Come to 111 North Spooky Street. (This is where you insert your address) Thanks! Hope to see you there!

Did you like that? I hope you did! If you did not, feel free to go to another blog, if you dare. You promised your guests snacks and drinks, so….time for tip two! ┬áHere are some ideas:


-Witches Brew: I’ve had this before and let me tell you, it is absolutely amazing. It tastes of slightly sour, slightly sweet, apple. I’m not sure how you make it, but you can find a good recipe on Pinterest.

-Frankenstein’s Body Brew: I’ve never had this, but it looks amazing. It is a healthier alternative to most of the sweet and spooky Halloween drinks. You make a mixture of random veggie juices and add some fruits and vegetables to create some body parts.


-Jello If You Dare: This is extremely good! I love it! It is a cup of brown, pineapple jell0 with a little, sour, skeleton gummy inside. Don’t tell your guests what is in it, as it is always good to have a Halloween surprise.

-Paranormal Paradise: Ever seen the fruit and vegetable platters? No? Oh well. This is similar to those platters. Paint a metal platter with green spots to make it look like some weird ooze. Then, fill the platter with items such as carrots, raspberries, really anything that is Halloween themed.

Yummy, if I do say so myself. I just gave you unhealthy and healthy options for the spookiest, kid friendly, Halloween party. Let’s see, invitations, drinks, and snacks. What else? *gasp* As the host, you need to have the best Halloween costume ever. I personally prefer making my own instead of purchasing one.


-Weather Person: I was a Weatherwoman this Halloween. The outfit was super easy to put together, as I already had access to most of the items at home. I used one of my dad’s ties, a business shirt, made a microphone, got the Weather Channel logo, a red beanie, and jeans. I loved this costume! Super easy, super fun.

-50’s Throwback: For GIRLS: Sew a poodle skirt, if not buy one! I’m sure you can find some nice cat eye glasses for really low price at a local Target. Tie your hair up into a high ponytail. I wore a short sleeve, white shirt. For BOYS: This look is very Grease inspired. You can easily wear jeans and a black shirt. If you want to go a bit out, you can add gel to your hair and wear some sunglasses. Go ahead, sunglasses in the dark of Halloween.

Those are my favorite costume ideas, and I am positive you can come up with some great ones. Now that you’re dressed, have sent out the invitations, and made snacks and drinks, you can decorate the house.


-Hang artificial spider webs inside and outside your house

-Put some spooky music on inside the house to add to the aura

-Add some bats and other spooky creatures

Those are my ideas, come up with some others! Thank you so much for reading my Halloween Party Planning Tips! If you used any of these tips, please invite me! Or don’t, it is your choice. Thanks again and bye!