We recently had the pleasure of creating this awesome Halloween party for some of our favorite clients. It was such a fun evening!
Here are the favors for guests coming into the neighborhood. They were left with the gate guard and instructions from the gate to the party location are on the back of the label. These bags were a great start to our spooky evening.
One of the fun activities planned for the evening was a costume contest and here are the awards we crafted for the winners. Everyone enjoyed the crafty trophies!
Below you will see the area set up for activities. The costume contest trophies are displayed in the center. The other games were “Guess the number of candy corns in the jar” and “Are you Professor Plum?” which is a guessing game consisting of fun facts from party guests. The area is completed with a special photo project of the party host and hostess dressed as Frankenstein and the Bride of Frankenstein which were coincidentally their costumes!
Here is a close up of our special project for the party hosts.
And here is a photo of the party hosts with our extra special art project.
Our next project was to create a backdrop for guests to take pictures in front of during the party. We used cheesecloths to create spooky ghosts and a purple sequined fabric to add a touch of fun. Here is a photo of the backdrop for the “Selfie Station”
And here is Stacy and the party hosts trying out the photo backdrop. What a fun night!
Another highlight of the party was the fabulous food! Let’s start with desserts first. Here is an overview of the tasty treats.
Halloween themed chocolate dipped strawberries really added to the spirit of the party.
Let’s talk whoopie pies – chocolate and orange as well as pumpkin and cream cheese were crowd favorites. Guests were literally following us around to see if there were any more pumpkin whoopie pies left at the end of the party!
Check out these spooky witch finger shortbread cookies……they were perfect!
And last but not least, these candy corn cupcakes were the perfect centerpiece for the display.
Other refreshments included special cocktails of Witches Brew and Dracula’s Blood. Dry Ice gave the extra bubbles and creepy ice hands were also added to chill the drinks.
And let’s not forget the food stations….here is an overview of the corn in a
cup and salsa station.
Everyone had so much fun with the skeleton…including us!
And here is the ceviche station. You may notice that we spruced up the mirror with a sequined spider web in the background.
Don’t you just love this fun ghost centerpiece for the coffee table?
These ghosts were used to line the entryway. Our initial plan was to line the pool area but it was a little too windy to leave them out.
Speaking of pool area – we floated several gloves with glow sticks in the pool to create a spooky atmosphere.
Our décor was enhanced in the outdoor area with creepy eyes. Colorful glow sticks with a variety of creepy eye shapes made it feel like guests were being watched!
We hope you have enjoyed viewing our Halloween Party photos. We had so much fun creating this event and we hope it shows in our work.