Halloween II

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DreamWorks Halloween

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What are good Decorations for a Halloween Dance?

The Visual Arts team is throwing a Halloween Dance at school. I need to think of some amazing but easy decorations and ideas for games. We already have a fortune teller, and we are making a graveyard. We have a lot of space to fill, but are kind of short on help so we need big easy things. Thanks in advance for the help!!

12 Responses to What are good Decorations for a Halloween Dance?

  • Krissy S says:

    I love Halloween!


    Black and orange streamers, balloons, confettii. Black and orange plates, cups, cutlery…you could even try a novelty store and get some black and orange toilet paper for the washrooms!

    Pumpkins! Try and see if you can find some giant ones. My husband grows them every year, and we usually average around 300 to 400 pounds per pumpkin! If you can’t find the huge ones…get lots of small ones!

    Do-it-yourself scarecrows. Straw, hats and clothes! Too easy!

    Candles…LOTS of candles! Stock up on black, orange and white candles. Big ones, small ones…TONS of ’em! It’ll create a spooky glow!

    Smoke machine. See if you can find a smoke machine for really cool special effects. This would be a great addition to your graveyard!

    Large hanging ghosts. Easily made with rope and bedsheets!

    Creepy headstones. Easily made with some cardboard and paint.

    Spider webs. You can find this gauzy material at any dollar store for super cheap! Simply attach fake black spiders (also at the dollar store) and you’re set!

    Game Ideas:

    Guess how many? Fill a large jar with your choice of treats (maybe the classic candy corn?). Count how many you put in the jar! Have each guest guess how many candies are in the jar. The person who gets the closest without going over wins the goodies!

    Costume contest! Person with the most original costume wins!

    Pumpkin carving contest. Most unique design wins!

    Bobbing for apples. Classic game.

    Halloween pinata. You know what to do.

    Halloween treasure hunt.

    Guess the weight. Weigh a pumpkin. Whoever guess the closest to the correct weight without going over wins.

    Halloween who am I? Each guest gets a famous Halloween character written on a piece of paper, and taped to their back (without seeing who it is). They must then ask ‘yes’ or ‘no’ questions to other guests to figure out who they are.

    Halloween musical chairs.

    The ideas are pretty endless. Use your imagination!

  • phoebe says:

    idk maybe a spider

  • Lady of the Dark Forest says:

    Cake walk because they rule!

    Streamers in black, orange, red, yellow and purple, maybe some green to.. and the same color balloons.. glitter everywhere because it rules! and the all popular stick your hand in the black hole and tell what you feel and guess it right win a prize kinda deal

  • Elemental_Hero_Rachel says:

    a strobe light is fun when dancing :]

  • Renee says:

    Cut out bats (black paper) & bend the wings. Tape fishing string to them and tack them to the ceiling. I looks awesome when there is a bunch. I did this in my dining room. Good luck!

  • hi ppl wassup says:

    a fog machine is always good to have at a halloween dance. and maybe some scarecrows and some fake spider webs would be good too!

  • Dominic says:

    Have cauldrons and put dry ice in them. It looks very cool. Also try black-light, it gives an eerie feeling.

  • skip_2015 says:

    go with a horror movie theme like Night of the Living Dead… or turn the whole room into a cemetary

  • Camie says:

    put up scare crows, get like 4 smoke machines, and those mini pumpkin lights

    how about a pumpkin decorating contest?

  • lil_dodger2001 says:

    foggers for the flour
    fake bats

  • Jon says:

    Corpses…of people or animals, or whatever.

  • The Grand Inquisitor says:

    We cut out tons of headstones from cardboard, spray painted them grey and drew cracks on them w/ permanent marker. Then, scattered them on one large wall to make a graveyard. When guest came, they used the marker to write their name on their cup and then ON a headstone! It was awesome by the end of the night (ppl came up w/ some pretty funny stuff to put on theirs)

    It’s also fun if you have someone dress as the grim reaper, with a staff and lantern- to greet guests and show them the way in to the party (for us the party was in the basement, so they had to walk a ways thru the dark to get to the door.

    Colored spot lights (popular for plants or around xmas time) on the floor in corners makes the fog look extra cool.

    We had bloody punch with cherries then we took surgical gloves and filled them with water, then froze them. Remove the glove and float in the punch- looks awesome.

    Coffins are pretty easy to make out of refridgerator boxes and spray paint:)

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