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Happy Halloween

 

  • Who Done it? This year our daughter wanted a "mystery" party - so fun!   I designed the "Craven" party theme with cool and spooky accents in orange, purple, silver, blue, and black colors. Picture
    Party Invitation
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    Beware Party Banner
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  • Party Colors: Orange, Lime Green, Purple, Dark Turquoise, Black, and Silver. I mixed spooky forest elements with cool pumpkins, cauldrons, and eyeball martini drinks. Enter if you Dare!
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    Beware Party Banner
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  • Let's Play A Game! Murder, Madness, Mystery, and Mayhem! More fun than you can imagine!
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    Place Card
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  • Place cards are a great option for small and large parties. It's an inexpensive option, and looks great on the tabletop. You're guests will be impressed!
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    Door Banner Sign
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    Spooky Decorations
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  • I placed a few cute spooky stuffed animals throughout the decorations. This helps keep it playful and fun for the kids, so they aren't too scared. I placed spiders and black crows from Gund® and cute Halloween Bears from Starbucks®.
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    Our Little Witch
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  • The menu: Pizza, Red "Bloody" Punch, Cupcakes, and other creepy/crawly treats.
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    Skeleton Beverage Holder
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  • I picked up these cool drink holders from Pottery Barn®. I love how they show the color of the drink inside! They are made of glass though, so I also provided a paper cup option for the littler kiddos.
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    Spooky Decorations
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    The Clue Score Board & Playing Cards
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    Place Card
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    Who Done it?
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  • It's a game of CLUE! Who Done it? It was Mr. Green, in the Library, with the Wrench!
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    Place Card
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  • I used battery operated tea light for the table decorations, and used skeleton hand place card holders from Pottery Barn® for the name cards.
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    Playing Clue Game
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    Happy Halloween Favor Card
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  • I placed several real pumpkins throughout the decorations to give a variety of textures and fun elements to look at.
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    The Dark Lord!
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  • I purchased these amazing red birds from Pottery Barn®. They make great Christmas tree decorations, but can also be used in displays and decorative serving places.
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    Spooky Table Decorations
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  • I got this amazing candy holder from Pottery Barn® and filled with candy corn to add orange color to the dark table cloth colors.
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    Happy Halloween Banner
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    Happy Halloween Banner
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I used a metallic silver tablecloth and finished with a deep purple table runner. I then layered the table with various decorations and finished them with fun battery tea lights. The little lights gave a fun "flickering" effect to the tables, bouncing light against all the fun decorations.

 

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    Spooky Decorations
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  • I used various spooky decorations from Pottery Barn® to create a fun and not "too scary" party theme.
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    Tent Card
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    Food & Beverage Table
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  • I used a simple black tablecloth for the food table, and used cool decorations on the beverage bar area to add interest to the space.
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    Bloody Punch
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  • I used a cool skeleton beverage stand to hold our "Bloody Punch". I used our paper beverage cups and straws to finish the look. Drink if you Dare!
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    Beware Party Banner
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    Beverage Cups
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  • I used 4 designs for our cool Halloween beverage cups. I personalized them for our "Garza Murder Mystery Party" - so fun!
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    I'm a "No Drama Llama"!
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  • I love simple and clever costumes! I found a cute hat my daughter had, and created a quick little card to wear. I'm a "No Drama Llama"!
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    Place Card
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  • I used a cool faux leaf garland to layer the table, and add a feeling of Fall to the table. The orange color tones helped balance the darker colors of the tablecloth and decorations.
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    Carving Time!
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  • Every year we carve our own family pumpkin. This year we went with a simple spooky face, then lit with candles for added effect. This also guides the guests to your party, and lights the way.
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    Our Halloween Pumpkin
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    Happy Halloween!
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  • I used a cool spider beverage holder as a prop for the potato chips. It added a cool layered effect to the table, making it so fun to decorate around.
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    playing Clue game
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    Spooky Cupcakes
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  • I used store bought cupcakes to save time, and they looked great! I love the little decorations and "rings" placed on top.
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    Our Little Witch!
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    Place Card
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  • Each place card was used as a take-home favor. The cards are detailed and show a lot of fun elements in them to make it extra special.
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    Treasure Chest Candy "Booty"
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  • I used a black metal pirate treasure chest from Pottery Barn® for the trick-or-treat candy hand out. This large box is great for all sorts of parties, and is fun to open and close. Ahoy there Matey, we have some sweet pirate booty for you!
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    Treat Box - Front
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  • I filled the treat boxes with a variety of Halloween candy - so fun!
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Treat Box - Back
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    Happy Halloween from your favorite "No Drama Llama"!
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