Looking for your perfect Halloween party theme? We take a look at three of our favourite themes that will help you host a frighteningly fun party this year!
Haunted Halloween House
A haunted house is a great theme that lets you get creative. It’s a big favourite for all ages, too!
Featured Design: ‘Haunted House – Halloween Party Invitation’
Use creepy decorations to turn your house into a spooky manor with surprises around every corner. Start with gravestones in the garden to set the tone. Inside, decide how many rooms the guests will visit and decorate them. You might use a variety of props, or theme each room separately. For example, make the dining room a gruesome kitchen with snacks like eyeball cake-pops and slime punch…
Want a refined adults-only party? This theme is perfect for an Autumn evening occasion. Decorate with dark silky tablecloths, mysterious wilted roses, and intricate vintage lace. Skulls and cobweb-covered Gothic candlesticks add to the creepy atmosphere! Focus on elegance and macabre Victorian style to pull this theme together.
And who could resist these striking blood-red cocktails?
This terrifying theme is very trendy, but it’s not for the faint of heart!
Featured Design: ‘Zombie – Ready to Write Halloween Party Invitation’
Decorate your venue with quarantine signs, some fake blood splatters (for older party-goers), and zombie cutouts. Why not close off rooms in the house with some warning tape for a fun touch? We love these simple DIY zombie barricades – they’re cheap and easy to make, but look so effective! And guests will love how unique they look.
There’s also no shortage of ghoulish food ideas. If you want something to gross out your guests, try a melon brain. But, if you want something a bit tamer, these creepy undead cupcakes have just the right amount of spook-factor! Add a few biohazard signs to your buffet to really set the tone!
You can also get creative with party favours. Give guests ‘survival kits’ filled with sweets labelled ‘antidote’ and novelty IV bags.