How to throw Kids Halloween Party
Updated: Sep 25, 2020
I love Fall, there are just so many reasons to love this season.
Where should I even begin?
The spookiest time of the year is upon us, and with the pandemic situation going on, people scare to make Halloween plans for their kids. I wanted Eva to have some Halloween fun in her play kitchen. I didn't want to use the classic Halloween color scheme of orange, yellow and black therefore, I decided to throw a pink pre-Halloween party for her & I decorated her room with spooky stuff from the party city and target store.
I installed a pink and black balloon garland and prepared some spooky snacks for her to enjoy her day. It didn't take much time to pull everything together.
I think the combination of pink and black is so beautiful. It is not spooky yet more playful and fun. Eva's play kitchen has the Halloween Vibes now and became the spot to whip up some scary food. I love it. Guess what? She loves it too
My Beautiful friends! I am very excited to share my Halloween party photos with you! If you are looking for a spooky & fun theme, this will absolutely inspire you.
Halloween is all about the trick-or-treat sweets. Eva's dessert table was packed with yummy spider cupcakes and marshmallows, In addition she had milk shake topped with whipped cream and colorful sprinkles.
I created my own Halloween balloon garland. Check out a few close up images in case you would like to create your own spooky garland!<