Millions of people around the world wait for Halloween every year. Holiday costumes are not the main problem that bothers people. A themed Halloween party is a responsible event. You need to think about decorations, food, drinks, and scenario. We have a few fascinating ideas for a Halloween party to go on.
Decoration Makes Atmosphere
Halloween balloons filled with helium are a great decoration solution. You can buy ready-made black balloons with scary faces or images of evil spirits. Or you can take the orange balloons and a black marker pen and let your imagination run wild. You can paint pumpkins, witches and spiders, and even write ominous phrases. Helium balloons will decorate the ceiling and create a holiday atmosphere.
Take twisting latex balloons and make a web with spiders. Buy balloons in the form of skeletons, black cats, and pumpkins to decorate the building facade. Such products can be filled with air and tied to the building.
Halloween will be a lot more fun if you and your friends compete for a special prize by wearing matching costumes. Let everyone else pay for whoever wins the dinner (if you plan a party outdoor)! It’s easy to achieve the most incredible resemblance. Choose the most distinctive characters and go for the win.
Cheap and Cheerful
If you and your friends like a variety of board games, there’s no need to sweat it: cover yourself with prop blood, put on fancy costumes, and play old-fashioned “Mafia.” Even if some people find it boring, it’s still better than no Halloween celebration at all.
Party for Close Friends
Throw a homey and small Halloween party for your closest friends. Pick a few horror movies and get your friends to dress up as movie characters. Encourage people to rack their brains over Halloween outfits. The best costume owner will get the grand prize (from a bottle of wine to a chance to choose the place where you will have a celebration next time).
If you have a friend you like to prank, be bold enough to use Halloween for a large-scale prank. Balaclavas, guns, a bag on your head, and an unforgettable experience is guaranteed. Use your imagination: think about where you can catch a friend and write a whole plan, as real criminals do. Keep a video diary where you can see all the stages of preparation.
Scary Story Night
There is no need to dress up for this night. It’s enough to get face-painting made. Let your friends’ imaginations work in the right direction, and they’ll write one scary story about your group of friends, like a scenario for a horror movie. Scary costumes, lighted candles, pumpkins, prop bats, and spiders will spice your party up.
Some people just like to drink, regardless of the holiday. A Halloween party allows you to push the usual binge boundaries a little bit and have a much more fun time; at least you can drink in costume. You don’t have to get too fancy. The main thing is to buy the decor for the venue and throw a jelly eye in each glass.
Invite your friends to Dracula’s castle. Make the invitations with blood and teeth marks. The original will be a photoshoot in an improvised coffin made from a closet case. Decorate it with bright cloth and a bouquet of dried flowers. The guests will do their best to match the party theme.
The atmosphere depends on the mood of the guests. So, take care to create it right from the doorstep. Greet the invitees to terrifying music. Don’t forget the little surprises in the form of skeletons popping out of closet doors and ashes falling out of suddenly torn bags. Do blood-curdling rituals and include various Halloween games.