Halloween Series: Party of the Dead
Having a party this year? Great! I love planning parties as well. Decoration on Halloween is so important! Oh wait… FOOD is even more important! Lucky you, I put together EVERYTHING you need for this year’s most epic Halloween party. Many of these are DIY so they’re not only easy, but also cost very little. Although Halloween is coming in three days, these projects requires little time and practice as long as you have the things needed. Now, pull out your shopping list and start planning the party for the dead, monsters, and whatever that’s coming to the party!
Witch Hat Cupcakes
These wicked cupcakes will blow your guests away and turn them all into witches! (Just kidding, I don’t think werewolves can also be witches.)
For Chocolate Pumpkin Cupcake Recipe, Click Here.
These don’t only look super cute but also look DELICIOUS. Can I just eat you all already..?
The original recipe uses pizza dough from Pillsbury, but I think croissant dough would taste even better!
Visit Spend With Pennies for the recipe.
Blood Orange Margarita
This is obviously for your vampy friends. The blood orange margarita will keep them energized to party all night. Not to mention, it tastes amazing to humans too.
For Bloody Margarita recipe, Click Here.
If you’re going to be a witch (or Snow White’s stepmother) this Halloween, you have to serve your signature recipe – the poisonous apples with a dash of spicy cinnamon.
For Decadent Dark Candy Apples Recipe, Click Here.
**You can use a branch from your backyard. Just make sure to wipe the branches down with a damp cloth!**
Haunted Mug Cakes
Mug cakes are all over the Internet now, so why not get creative with it? Make your own mug cake with Mason jars, food coloring and some spooky decorations to make your guests fight for it!
Visit Life Made Simple for this Mason jar spooky cake recipe.
Graveyard Taco Dip
Enough with the sweets, it’s time for some Taco dip! Because even those from another world love salsa!
Gooey Monster Eye Cookie
These are almost too cute to eat! I love gooey butter cookies because it’s slight crunchy on the outside and gooey like cotton candy on the inside. I would definitely devour these in a minute if I could.
Visit Lil’ Luna for this adorable cookie recipe.
Orange and Black
A classic yet SPOOOOOKY. No, not really. You don’t have to make your house look like a haunted house to call it a Halloween party. This party display by Loralee Lewis makes me want to hop in and join the high-class witches’ reunion! So amazing!
Visit Loralle Lewis to see more photos
The Modern Spook
Have a twist to your party and host a colorful and playful Halloween party for the little troublemakers. From backdrop to banners, this serving table also provides the perfect background for a photo shoot!
Visit Anders Stuff for more pictures.
Candy Corn Banner
You can’t forget Candy corn on Halloween. Make this easy-to-make candy corn banner and save some bucks on buying them!
Visit The Pin Junkie for instructions.
Bats on the Tree
This is perfect if you are really running out of time. Tie some thick black ribbons on the branches and make the eyes with white puffy paint!
Visit In My Own Style for more instructions.
If you’re the kind that loves scaring your guests, here are some decoration ideas for you to host the spookiest party of the year!
Visit Instructables by Mikeasaurus for instructions.
Eeek, C’mon.. Really?!
Now I’m really losing my appetite!
Click Here for more creepy foods recipes.
Want to see more? Come back tomorrow for the best Halloween nails ideas and watch out on Thursday for last-minute costume ideas!
I hope you enjoyed this! Be sure to let me know what you think of these party tricks! Too cute or too spooky?
Click Here, if you missed yesterday’s Halloween Series – Creative and Fun Halloween Costume Ideas/Tutorials
– Little Ms. Everything
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