if your birthday autumn The fall month of October brings with it the Halloween festivities, so your big day might be extra special.If you’re looking to turn your or your child’s birthday party into a great Halloween party, we’ve got you covered halloween birthday party ideas A spooky theme that will scare and delight all ages. From crafts for kids that can double as spooky decorations to festive cocktails for adults to enjoy, use this roundup as your party planning guide for the coolest October birthdays ever.
For the October celebration, especially if the party is held before or on Halloween, there are many different birthday themes to consider. COOL GROUPS FOR EVERYONE You can dress her up in costumes or fly with her and scare her with delicious appetizers, activities and games. However, the ultimate Halloween birthday party needs an out-of-this-world Halloween cake. Luckily, there are lots of good ideas for that below.
After that, all you have to do is prepare party goods with Halloween sweets!
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Everyone starts the party planning process at different locations. However, if you stick to buying gifts first, you can also print out some of these spooky tags and attach them to each present (and party favors). The leftovers can also be used for future birthdays or candy exchanges in the classroom.
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From skeleton fingers to more tame spider rings, prepare this spooky bin of surprises for a shocking good time. Let me see your treasure.
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Make feet and ears out of foam sheets and have everyone decorate them with their favorite candies, from candy corn to sour patches.
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This easy no-carve pumpkin activity requires a little prep time. You can paint as many pumpkins (enough for each guest to have at least one) with black chalkboard paint. Then let your kids get creative by creating fun designs with chalk.
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Adding cool apothecary bottles and printing liquor labels in spooky fonts is an easy way to turn a cart you already have at home into something a little more festive.
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Flying Bat Straw Rockets
To make these DIY lockets, simply print out our free bat template and decorate accordingly. Then stick the picture on a fun and festive straw. From there, children blow into straws and compete to see who can fly the bat the highest.
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If you want to go the classy yet fun route, opt for a dinner party. You can skip pumpkins and skeletons as part of your design and go gothic with velvet black napkins, black and white tableware, and tapered candles.
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Getting the attention of a large group of 5 or 6 year olds is often a difficult task. That’s why it’s a great idea to have a few festive activities nearby, like these free printable charades, where kids can see what each other is all about while playing Haunted House and Caramel His Apple. You can guess.
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Of course, you can fill bowls and jars all over the house with lots of different candies, but skewering gummy or Halloween-shaped marshmallow creatures into candy kebabs can give Halloween takeaways a whole new meaning. Birthday guests can grab these and eat orange gumdrops while crafting.
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These adorable googly-eyed cups are the perfect warm fall treat to serve at your fall birthday party. Wrap the cup with chirimen paper and attach the eyes. Top with chocolate pudding, whipped cream and Teddy Graham crackers for a delicious dessert finish.
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Black chocolate witch cake recipe how to make
Ding-Dong, the Wicked Witch is dead! If you’re celebrating a birthday in October and opted for a Wizard of Oz-themed party, this decadent buttercream-filled cake is the obvious choice. Make a witch hat out of black fondant and use finely chopped wheat cereal for her hair.
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Looking for a delicious dish to serve at your child’s birthday party? This easy pizza recipe with spiders made from mozzarella and black olives is a spooky classic for kids. Serve on a plate for an even scarier look.
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Nachos are another easy dish to serve at a birthday party, and this spread fits perfectly into the theme. Place the spider on it. Remind everyone in attendance that this is not a real crawler.
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Naturally, there are bowls of Halloween candy scattered about for the kids to nibble on during the party. A bonus is that it doubles as part of a child’s costume.
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This adorable dessert idea works not only as a delicious treat, but also as a birthday activity that your guests will enjoy after designing the creepiest marshmallow vampires and mummies.
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