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Party-Themed Décor Ideas For Halloween

Halloween is a very special day every year. It’s also a great time for a party. But the decorations you normally use on such occasions don’t exactly suit the event. On Halloween you have to embrace a particularly different kind of décor. Here are a few ideas that can help you get your mind focused.

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First let’s talk about the colors. Black is, of course, a must-have on Halloween. But a contrasting color is also a wonderful idea and orange would be a perfect choice. You could have pumpkins and orange garlands, pom-poms combined with black decorations and centerpieces. Black furniture is highly appreciated.{found on loraleelewis}.

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Of course, black and orange aren’t the only colors you can use on Halloween. Also, not all the decorations have to be creepy or scary. You can also opt for something cute and you can even integrate some pink decorations. It’s all in the little details. The treats must definitely be there as well.{found on bloomdesignsonline}.

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Red is also a popular color this time of the year. It’s reminiscent of blood so a wonderful idea for the Halloween party can be to have a blood bar. Prepare some red punch or put the beverages in red containers and put tags on them with “AB-“ and so on.{found on pagingsupermom}.

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And since we were just saying that Halloween parties don’t necessarily have to be scary, here’s a perfect example. This not so scary Halloween party has things like Mickey cookies shaped like a mouse and all sorts of other treats featuring the same shape. As you can see, it’s all customizable.{found on crissyscrafts}.

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Here’s an example of a Halloween party décor featuring the traditional black and orange colors. This color palette is so popular because black is the ultimate spooky color and orange is just what the season offers this time of the year. Also, bats and pumpkins are a must have.{found on site}.

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Spiders, bats, owls and black cats become recurrent themes every year when it’s time to decorate the space for the Halloween party. On one hand it’s cute and on the other it’s a little spooky. You can easily integrate these things into the décor in the form of treats, garlands, banners and centerpieces.{found on andersruff}.

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Kids love Halloween because they get to wear costumes. But how do you plan a Halloween party for babies? Well, you simply use lots of color, you put up garlands, you make treats shaped like animals and you take every spooky aspect and turn it into something cute.{found on idoinvitationsbymichelle}.

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One way of planning a Halloween party décor is to focus on a single theme. For example, you can choose the spider as the main attraction and you can put up spider webs on the walls and you can make decals and accessories for everything else you want to use.{found on gigglesgalore}.

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Let’s not forget about the monsters. They’re not necessarily bad or scary. It’s actually easy to imagine some cute and funny monsters. These cupcakes, for example, are just adorable. The monster pumpkins are also lovely and so are the mummy references.{found on pizzazzerie}.

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Let’s just admit it: treats are the most important thing at the party. But you can’t just display them like you would normally do. One way of customizing the treats is with special labels or tags. Also, a sharpie and a little bit of talent can do wonders. The key is to be creative.{found on wantsandwishesdesign}.

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And since we started talking about all the delicious treats you’ll be serving on Halloween, let’s now focus on the treat table. Make it a little spooky but give it a fun touch as well because otherwise it won’t look appealing at all. Put up banners and pumpkin decorations.{found on luluandjunebug}.

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If you prefer a party that’s fun and where the accent is more on the “treat” than on the “trick”, there are lots of ways to get it done. For example, get some orange lanterns and paint pumpkin faces on them,, some festive chair and table decorations and focus on cute messages.{found on thecelebrationshoppe}.

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Posted in DIY Projects on October 15, 2013

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