Halloween Party Decorations

These are just two of many paper printable’s available from the Anders Ruff Etsy Shop that we discovered through a Halloween blog post over at  Hostess with the Mostess. Be sure to check out all of these fantastic ideas that are available to purchase, ensuring your  Halloween party is filled with just the perfect balance of creepy crawly touches!

Pair the pumpkin carving fun with making your own blumebox candy tote. Granted this is no pillow case, but for smaller kids, this is a perfect size to get them introduced to the tradition of Trick or Treating.

Black, orange and white blumeboxes are a great color palette to work with. Use markers, paints, stickers and ribbons  to add the personalized spooky touches to the blumeboxes. Displayed above, are painted Halloween icons on every panel of the blumebox. Drill two holes in opposite sides of the top of the blumebox and thread through a thick ribbon for the handle! Tie off each end and your little witches and goblins are ready to ding the doorbells!

So we have been seeing a lot of these candy skewers showing up on dessert tables everywhere and we are inspired to use them for a party in the near future. Yes, you can make your own or if you are strapped for time and want perfection, look to Sweet Indeed for help! They have kabobs for all party themes including Halloween. (Note: The ordering deadline for Halloween skewers is this week! – Friday, October 15th)

We spent some time on the Sweet Indeed blog, thanks to HWTM post today and fell in love with their “Love at First Bite” post. A super easy addition to the dessert table are  French Macaroons in colors to match your party. Consider decorating the 8″ blumeboxes for the stand and resting a plate on top with an assortment of french macaroons.

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