If you on the hunt for easy DIY Halloween decor, snacks, or drinks to plan a last minute Halloween party, look no more! Today’s post is all about DIY Halloween Party Tips!
Simple Halloween Decor
Let’s face it. Fun decor totally sets the mood for any party but no one wants to spend hours creating complicated props. Here’s a few projects you can whip up in an afternoon.
It only takes a few supplies to create a Jack o’Lantern Balloon Garland. Use it inside or out for a fun “pop” of color.
Jack-o-Lantern Balloon Garland // Pickled Okra
Easy Honeycomb Bat Decorations are simple enough for your kiddos to make!
Easy Honeycomb Bat Decoration // My Creative Days
The entire neighborhood will love you if there’s a Giant Candy Pumpkin at your party!
Giant Candy Bucket Pumpkin // 3 Little Greenwoods
If you’ve got a little bit more time to spare this Day of the Dead Party Frame is to “die for”. 😉
Day of the Dead Party Frame // Home. Made. Interest.
Add a little bit of craftiness to the party with this Mama and Baby Spider Tutorial. Love those googly eyes!
Mama and Baby Bat Tutorial // Graceful Little Honey Bee
Treats for the Little Ones
These brightly colored Candy Corn Treat Boxes pull double duty as great tabletop decorations and treat boxes of the littles. I love how you don’t have to own a fancy machine to make these!
Candy Corn Treat Boxes // Little Miss Celebration
Many families have food allergy issues to deal with during Halloween. Why not have a few non-candy treats for those children? Here is an entire list of items to ditch the candy on Halloween.
Tips to Ditch the Candy on Halloween // The Kennedy Adventures
Party Food and Drinks
Halloween is the best for making fun treats to eat!
Caramel Popcorn Balls are a classic!
Caramel Popcorn Balls // Yesterfood
Why not add a little bit of fruit to their day by serving smoothies? Peaches and bananas look so yummy with a jack-o-lantern face!
Jack-o-Lantern Smoothies // The Seasoned Mom
Vampire donuts are the perfect, super easy treat!
Halloween Donuts // The Pin Junkie
All those little sugared up children are going to need water to quench their thirst. Make plain water bottles fun with a Dracula cape!
Fun Halloween Snack: Vampire Water Bottles // Home. Made. Interest
Candy Corn Cupcakes // Gingerly Made
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Cindy Eikenberg says
Hi Ashley! Love all of these fun Halloween ideas – thank you so much for including my candy corn treat boxes! Hope you’re having a great week and have a happy Halloween!
Oh, the garland is darling!Pinning 🙂
I love that jack-o-lantern balloon garland too! So fun and EASY!