Looking for Halloween party ideas that are fun for the whole family? We found some great options and put them in one spot for your spooky festivities.
Make Shadows Out of Black Construction Paper
This DIY decoration is just the right amount of creepy and cool. Use black poster board or construction paper to cut out creepy shapes like spiders, black cats, withered tree branches, candelabras, and anything else you can think of. Then, put these fun “silhouettes” up on the walls for a shadow-themed party.
Did you know stuffing lychee fruit with blueberries makes them look like eyeballs? Try putting them in cherry punch. You can also put “fingernails” on baby carrots on the veggie tray, use poison labels on cups and containers, or use a dried, hollowed-out pumpkin as a punch bowl.
The Victorian era has a distinctly eerie feel to it, making it perfect for Halloween. Use cameo frames for creepy pictures, display elegant “spellbooks” prominently, and don’t shy away from Victorian-inspired platters and candle holders.
You can’t go wrong with this tried-and-true classic. Carve several pumpkins with a variety of spooky faces and set them around the house with fake, electric candles for a fun but safe Halloween decoration.
Can you come up with any Halloween party ideas of your own? When it comes to DIY decorations, the sky is the limit. We at Mercedes-Benz of Centerville can’t way to see what our friends and family do this year!