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What are some good halloween ideas?

This year for halloween, I am throwing a halloween party. I have a few good ideas, but I could use a little advice-on anything. I have only a few recipes, so those help. What kind of music should I play? I know who I am inviting, and there are boys and girls invited.

4 Responses to What are some good halloween ideas?

  • Sheila says:

    have a scavenger hunt, a dance off, bob for apples, best costume competition, oh what fun. as for music, tell three or four people to each bring a few cd’s. decorations are easy. go to the dollar store and go crazy. u can also make ghosties out of dum dum suckers. take a piece of tissue, put it over the sucker tie a ribbon and voila! cute! food is easy too. have a taco bar. or just order pizza. make sure u have a lot of candy and pop too. as far as invitations, u can get those at the dollar store too. dry ice is probably the coolest invention for halloween parties. my cousins always have halloween parties, and they have lots of animals so they have a huge barn. they decroate the barn and all the horse stalls with stuff. (ex: old toilets, glow sticks, pumpkins, candy, pumpkin shaped buckets with noodles or chick peas in them and tell people to reach into them! the barn is dark so they won’t know what it is) also make sure you have LOTS of candy. maybe have a candy search, or a pinata full. you could also serve water or soda and put food colouring in it to make it look creepy. have fun!

  • Lil Mama says:

    Wow. I just posted the same question! What are the ages? I am going to of course decorate the house and have scary music playin..I am not sure how to get creative though! The last one I threw was a blast but my girls are 10 & 12 and I want this one to be more scary and exciting..I am gonna watch ur comments too and use some ideas! LOL

  • gottalove_NickJonas? says:

    play all music, not just halloween music.
    — like my favs are disturbia, forever, and stuff like that.
    for food, go all out! mabye not all of the eyeball stuff, but a smiling spider on a chocolate cupcake with orange frosting would be cute! ohh and have candycorn! hehe yumm!! for recipes, go to like rachel ray or other people on food network and type in halloween recipes.
    also, play lots of fun games!!– have them occupied! but not all like scary games, i went to a halloween party once where the activitys were like haunted house, walk through the woods, and than scary stories by the campfire… it didnt turn out so well. and a lot of people were uncomfortable and totally freaked!

    have fun with the smiley part of the holiday (candy corn, smiling pumpkins, and like stuff like that, not all of the scaryness… but dont do it all like that, have some skelatons and things that make noises when you pass them) hehe just nothing that will make them pee in their pants

  • Carine H says:

    you may get some good ideas here

    Halloween Costume ideas for year 2008
    http://www.juzcostumes.com

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