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Hooray! It’s really and truly October. And I am in full Halloween mode. You too? We weren’t really able to celebrate Halloween for the last couple of years, so the kids are definitely in the mood to go all out! What I’m craving most is a really good Halloween party — something creative and spooky without being gruesome. I love the idea of hosting one, but this year, instead of hosting, I’ll cross my fingers I get an invitation to one instead. : )
If you’re craving a Halloween party too, Zazzle has everything you need! Invitations. Decorations. Party Favors. Paper Goods. And so much more. And everything they sell can be customized to your liking, or personalized just the way you want. Below, you’ll find some of my favorites among their thousands of Halloween offerings — quality goods that you’ll be able to use for Halloween for many years to come. Best of all, each of these designs is available on all sorts of products — from aprons to zip hoodies.
Start with invitations to your event, like these (1) Vintage Invitations, or these (2) Carnival Style Invitations. Then get your house in a festive mood with sophisticated throw pillows, (3) Art Deco Black Cat, (4) Waving Skeleton, and (5) Flying Witch.
Next, choose supplies for serving refreshments. I like these sweet and elegant (6) Ghost Napkins (or these mysterious ouija board cloth napkins), and the (7) Full Moon Party Plates. Now, pick out party favors for your guests and Trick-or-Treaters. Customized candy tins are just right! Try the (8) Annual Rising design, or (9) Night Flight design. Then, hang good looking posters — like this (10) Transylvania by Train option, or this (11) Masquerade Ball option — as handsome party decor.
Again, most of these designs are available across a whole suite of products, so if you crave a coordinating party, with matching paper goods, invitations and decor, Zazzle has you covered!
All that’s left for you to do is make the spooky playlist. Yay for Halloween parties!
And now I’m curious. What are you drawn to for Halloween? Do you like the scary stuff (zombies, horror movies, haunted houses), or do you stick to more fall-themed decor (pumpkins and leaves)? Maybe some of both?