30 Oct How to Plan a Halloween Party
Halloween is almost here, and what better way to celebrate the spooky holiday than with a Halloween party with family and friends? Here are some great tips on how to plan a Halloween party.
Plan the party in advance.
First and foremost, you’ll want to plan the Halloween party in advance. Send out invitations in the mail, or better yet create an event page on Facebook and invite all of your friends.
Halloween falls on a Wednesday this year, so it may be best to hold the Halloween party the weekend before or after Halloween. You should also consider a good time to host your Halloween party, anywhere between 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM is a good time for working adults and those with children.
Get creative with decor.
If you’re planning to go all out for your Halloween party, try making some decorations rather than buying them. It’s amazing what you can create with a bit of creativity!
Provide education Halloween fun.
Did you know you can still provide entertainment for kids without them know it’s actually educational? Check out this article on fun Halloween crafts and games all ages can enjoy.
Have a Halloween candy hunt.
If you’re wondering how to plan a Halloween party in a rural neighborhood that might not get a lot of Trick or Treaters, make sure you offer another fun way for younger guests to get candy. Having a Halloween candy hunt uses the similar tradition of Easter, but with a spookier theme. Just keep in mind of any guests at your household who have a potential nut allergy.
Offer healthy alternatives at your party.
Halloween is focused around candy, but that doesn’t mean you can’t offer your guests a break from the sweets. In fact, you can get pretty creative with vegetable trays to make them extra spooky.
Watch a scary movie.
Nothing is better than watching a scary movie on Halloween night, just make sure it’s kid friendly if you plan to have younger guests over!
Read a scary story.
If you’re wondering how to plan a Halloween party for younger guests, read them a fun Halloween story to keep them entertained without having to use technology.
Hold a costume contest.
If you’re wondering how to plan a Halloween party with costumes, why not hold a contest for the best costumes? Guests can submit anonymous votes, and winners can receive special treats or even gift cards.
Make sure you have the proper insurance.
If you’re planning a party at your home, you have to make sure you’re covered in case something happens. If someone injures themselves or destroys part of your property, you become liable and could be at a serious financial loss. Before you plan any sort of Halloween party, be sure to talk to one of our licensed insurance agents about homeowners insurance today!
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