WITCHES, pumpkins and questionable punch – Halloween is for a party.
If you’re strapped for ideas, check out our ghostly guide to throwing a ghostly party. You’re welcome…
If you are having a house party, the first thing you need to think about is the decoration.
Torn white trash bags stuck to the walls in the hallway will give the house a spooky feel when people first enter, and it will keep the walls from getting dirty, win-win.
If you are feeling creative, you can make a DIY corpse to hang from the ceiling, always a crowd pleaser.
If shopping for decorations is more your thing, there are hordes of styles available at stores like Wilko, Tesco, and The Range.
From bloody stickers for your front door to pumpkin lanterns and fake cauldrons, you can find just about anything on Main Street.
A super quick and easy Halloween snack you can make is this “mud worm” style plate.
All you need are Oreos and Strawberry Laces.
Crush the biscuit part of the Oreo, stick the laces and voila!
Invest in Halloween cookie cutters and colorful frosting, and you can make some awesome cookies that will wow any party guest.
Just bake standard sugar cookies and get creative with the decorating.
If you want to stand out on the night of the party, here are some timely costume suggestions:
- Baby shark (doo doo doo doo doo doo)
- Theresa May (don’t forget to do the dance)
- Donald trump
- Kim Kardashian and Kanye West (all in Yeezy merch, obviously)
- Mason Ramsey, the Walmat Yodeler (da-ee-addy)
- Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
- The distracted boyfriend meme
- All characters from Riverdale
Some of the best Halloween party games are as follows:
- Murder mystery
- Anecdote about horror films
- Murder in the dark
- Deadly wink
- Shouting contest