Halloween Round Up


Halloween is TOMORROW! I know, where did October go?!

If you are planning on getting festive and need some last minute ideas, keep reading to get all of our favorite cocktails, decor, and more!


A CRAFT For the Kids

Halloween is a holiday made for kids. So get them involved with an awesome Pumpkin Decorating Station. It’s a classic activity that kids will never get tired of. To make it a little more original, spray the pumpkins with chalkboard paint like we did and then add fun elements like pom poms and stickers. So easy and so fun.



If you want your adult friends to be wowed at your Halloween party, try making this Spiced Gin, Ginger, and Cider Cocktail. The cider is of course a seasonal favorite but the ginger will give this drink a wow factor that your guests won’t expect. Garnish with a few apple slices and throw in a cute drink stirrer and you’re DONE! How easy is that?


something sweet to eat

Halloween is about one thing - candy. So make sure you give your guests a dessert of some sort. We suggest this fun BOO Bark. It’s incredibly simple to make and you can really use whatever ingredients you have on hand.


decorating your space

Decorations are my favorite thing about Halloween. There are so many different ways to get creative. Last year we made these cool Skull Vases. They probably costed us less than $5 to make. All we did to was head to our local dollar store where we found these plastic skulls, paint, and glitter. Throw a flower in each and you’ve got yourself a pretty cool decor element.


costume time

And last but not least, you’ll need a costume. We are still so in love with these hula girl costumes from last year. I’m not going to lie, they took about an hour each to make but they are SO darn pretty. All you’ll need for this costume is some fringe (which you can grab at your local party store), a ribbon, and some hot glue. Get ready to take lots of pics at your party because you are sure to be the star in this stunner costume.


If you use any of our last minute party tips, be sure to tag us on Instagram! We’d love to see how you made them your own.


Happy Halloween!