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30 Blogs Sharing Party Plans for Spooky Halloween Fun

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Make this the year that you finally throw that killer Halloween bash! You’ll need to start planning early, and you’ll want to mail out your invitations at least two weeks before the party to ensure the majority of your guests can come. Make your own spooky decorations, put together a creepy menu and pull together a frightful tablescape, all with the help from these 30 bloggers. Before you know it, you’ll be well on your way to throwing the best Halloween bash.

Making a Plan

Start your party planning process by putting the details of the party onto paper. Make sure to cover the basic questions, like when you want the party to be, what the theme of the party is and what food you’re going to serve. Then, put together a guest list for the perfect start to creating a party plan.  These six blogs will help make sure that you don’t forget anything along the way.

Ghoulish Invitations

Whether you are making your own invitations or ordering them, you’ll need to start putting them together well in advance. Once you have them, get them in the mail at least two weeks before your event so that people can mark the date down on their calendar.  If you need some ideas for making your own invitations, look no further than these six blog articles.

Set the Stage

A couple days before the party you’ll want to start setting up, decorating both the inside and outside of your house. You may even inspire your neighbors to decorate their own houses once they see you decorating yours! These six blogs will give you some scary ideas for decorating your house, no matter what your budget is.

A Spooktacular Menu

Your guests will get a kick out of a table full of creepy and scary food. The sky’s the limit when it comes to Halloween-inspired appetizers and finger foods! Peeled grapes are always popular and look a little like eyeballs, and cookies shaped like severed fingers will score high on the creep factor at your party.  For more ideas on how to make scary food, read these six blogs.

Decorating a Perfectly Scary Table Setting

What good is it to have creepy food if you don’t have a tablescape that screams Halloween?  Jars filled with pickled brains (cauliflower) and test tubes full of blood (corn syrup) will help set the mood for your perfectly scary tablescape. In these six blogs you will find tons of pictures to inspire you to create a truly spine tingling table setting.

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