Throw a Halloween Party for Grown-Ups!

Unless you cannot party on a work night or school night, or you can’t find an available babysitter, you should schedule your party for October 31. If you cannot have the party on Halloween, aim for the Saturday night previous to October 31. A fanciful idea for invitations includes fake “obituary” notices with the party details listed as if describing the “deceased”. Another idea is to shape the invitations like coffins, tombstones, or jack-o-lanterns, using heavyweight construction paper. Make sure to ask your guests to come in their most inventive costumes! Send the invitations out at least two weeks ahead of time, and ask for RSVPs. Make sure adults are aware that children are not included in the invitation! Decorate the Party Scene “Create last wills and testaments on … [Read more...]