There are lots of Halloween-themed goodies on offer in shops at this time of year so you’ll have no shortage of inspiration when it comes to party food.
And you can also go old-school by making your own candy apples for people.
If you really want to go all out, you can make your yummy treats look like seriously spooky snacks. Check out some ideas at the bottom of the article…
It doesn’t have to cost a fortune to kit out your home for a night of Halloween madness!
Right now, every supermarket and discount store is chock-full of plastic spiders, fake webs, scary masks, spooky light fixtures and more that are guaranteed to give your guests a spine-tingling evening.
And don’t forget, you can also make evil Jack-O-Lanterns to welcome everyone at the front door!
Halloween is the one night of the year where people get to really indulge their costume fetishes so tell them to go all out!
Help them out by giving them a theme like, Movie Villains or Real Life Crimes or Characters from their favourite Books – whatever you’re into – it’s your party!
What games you decide to have at your Halloween party is entirely up to you but if you’re stuck for inspiration, here are a few ideas.
Set up a Bobbing for Apples station, have a Murder Mystery game where everyone pulls a slip of paper from a hat with one person being the ‘murdered’ and another being the ‘murderer’. Everyone else are suspects! Have a ‘Best and Worst Costume’ competition or a Mummy-Making contest (stock up on toilet roll)!
Or you could have a Creepy Karaoke sing-off where the scariest rendition of a classic tune wins a prize on the night!
The Perfect Playlist
Yes, you could put on creepy sound effects or just play the soundtrack to your favourite horror film but let’s face it, that’s going to be deathly boring.
People want to have fun at the party so what you need is a great mix between mood-setting hits and thrilling tunes!
Now you could spend hours of your life compiling the perfect playlist OR…you could just tune into Halloween FM where a scary soundtrack is always on the air!