Halloween, the spookiest time of the year. Where spider webs and ghosts dance around the house, waiting for all the guests to walk in through the front door. Throwing a party can be easy and simple, or intricate, too. I’ve thrown Halloween parties for three years now. Two of those years I went all out with the decorations and food, but this year I kept it simple. And I have to say that sometimes less is more. This year, I bought tablecloths and used old Halloween decorations like cheap ghosts, plastic skeletons, and large spiders to add a little something around the house. It really paid off, and people kept coming up to me throughout the party, complimenting me on the house. My suggestion is to go to the 99 Cents store or the Dollar Tree. That’s where you’ll find loads of cute decorations and snacks. And of course, reusing old decorations is key too.
Whether you’re thinking of going all out or using minimal decorations, make sure to have fun and not worry so much about others. That’s also important. Invite friends you’ll want to be around, provide what is needed and you’ll throw a successful party with family and friends!