Halloween is just weeks away and PrettyMyParty.com wanted to share their spooky, but kid-friendly Halloween party ideas with you!
This Halloween Monster Bash was so much fun to plan. The fun Googly Eyed Monster Halloween Invitation by Pear Tree Greetings and printable designs from Cupcake With Character were the inspiration behind this shoot. I incorporated red, purple, black and orange throughout the table with chevron accents. I wanted to make it kid-friendly, yet keep the Halloween vibe, so I purchased two black Halloween trees from Michaels. I loved them and knew they would be the perfect “spooky” addition to the dessert table. I’m all about the sparkle, so I thought it would be fun to add that element to the table with glitter accents, including custom-designed red and purple sparkle wooden utensils with monster googly eyes. Thinking of having your own monster bash? Be sure to check out Pear Tree Greetings for everything monster including their Google Eyed Monster Halloween Invitations, Monster Bash Kids Party Decorations, Monster Bash Kids Gift Tags, and Halloween Photo Cards!
Muahahaha. Enter if you dare. These adult Halloween party ideas from celebrations.com are simple, but give just the right touch of spooky for all your guests to enjoy! Inspired by our Open Coffin Halloween Costume Party Invitation, this party uses the Halloween invitation’s theme and colors throughout the spooky party. They have everything from Bloody Cherry Punch to Spider Webbed Chip Dip. And who could forget the guests’ favorite, party favors with sweets tied up with our Haunted Halloween Favor Tags.
Of all of our new Halloween invitation ideas, this one is our favorite. We love the look of the chalkboard art, and the simple two-sided design. We asked Shauna, creator of this Chalk Art Halloween invitation, why she chose it and to tell us a little bit about her party.
In honor of Halloween, the Pear Tree Greetings’ team hosted a Halloween treat day at the office. All team members were asked to search on Pinterest to find an ooey-gooey treat to share. See the Halloween food ideas we created, and let us know which spooky treat looks best!
Top Left: Brandon’s Eyeball Guacamole; Top Right: Dani’s Bloody Jello; Bottom Left: Tyler’s Witches Broomsticks; Bottom Right: Brianna’s Spider Dip
Pear Tree Greetings wants to wish everyone a ghostly scary, yet happy, Halloween!
Be sure to take lots of photos to enter your child(ren) in our Halloween Costume Contest for your chance to win $150 towards holiday cards!