Throw A Spooky-Chic Halloween Party

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Remember when trick or treating was such a big deal? Fast forward to adulthood and there are a ton of new things to get excited about… like throwing a party to show off your epic costume and decked out space! And how is this done, you may ask? Well, all you need to do is stock your home with a few essentials and you’ll be ready to get your haunt on. Keep reading for everything you need to know about throwing a spooky-chic party.

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Devilish Décor

Little touches of Halloween throughout your home makes all the difference when setting the mood. Also, don’t be afraid to use things you already have on hand. For example, little vases can be filled with candy corn, or test-tube-shaped vases can be filled with food-dyed water so it looks like potions! Another idea? Use a skeleton cookie jar as a vase and fill with orange flowers.

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Spellbinding Tablescape

To achieve a hauntingly chic tablescape, make orange and black the focus. However, since black is such a dominating color, you’ll want to use complementary hues to add some variety. We already picked out some dinnerware and accessories to give you inspiration. From there, just add some carefully placed accent plates, a table runner, plus a simple centerpiece and some candles to complete the look!

TIP · Accent colors like white, gold and dark purple will really make the table pop.

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Just Treats

Dessert can be something as simple as whipping up some boxed cake mix and using these adorable Martha Stewart Collection cupcake wrappers and toppers to decorate. But, if you wanna do something even more personal, try your hand at mug cakes. These skull mugs filled with an ooey-gooey cake at each place setting would look so cute!

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Don’t worry, we didn’t forget about the booze! When it comes to drinks, we have a few simple ideas that are sure to impress guests. (1) Use this pumpkin soup tureen as a wine bucket. (2) Pour your delicious beverages into glasses with gold accents to complement your tablescape. (3) Lastly, don’t forget to place those delish elixirs on festive coasters. Yup, it’s that easy. Now you’re ready to par-tay!

TIP · You could even turn that soup tureen into a punch bowl and serve your famous witch’s brew!

Throw a Halloween party to remember! Grab all things spooktacular on

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