Ghosts, goblins and spooks galore… Witches knocking at your door… It can mean only one thing – Halloween is coming!
Every year we try not to get over excited by Halloween, but to be honest, we can’t help it. From the moment that the leaves start to turn brown and the weather outside becomes a little greyer and gloomier than usual, we get our cauldrons at the ready…
Conjuring up our own spells for creepy celebrations and devilish décor, we’re only too happy to whip up some party magic, with an evil laugh thrown in for good measure * MWAH-HA-HA-HAAAA *
The King’s Arms Hotel in the historical village of Amersham, Buckinghamshire, was the perfect venue choice for a children’s Halloween banquet. Filled with wobbly walls, period features and creaky floorboards, a child-like imagination would transport you to the table of a haunted mansion – minus a ghost or two!
Dressed with skulls, spiders and plenty of cobwebs, creating a Halloween table means you can keep the party in one place without having to transform every room of the house/venue into something wicked; and once bums are on seats, you can serve frightful food and paranormal potions – sounds delicious right?
This Skeleton Crew tableware range has quickly become one of our favourites. With an antique and slightly grown-up feel, it’s great for creating a creepy dinner table. What’s more, the plates and napkins are loaded with skeleton jokes – ideal for rattling the funny bones!
For a hint of moonlight sparkle, table sprinkles add a little something special.
Gary the Gargoyle is always trying to get in on the action… Not the most photogenic guy, but he’s great at holding straws. These black chevron straws look wicked then paired with black paper cups.
Dress wall space with these Trick or Treat Spider Fan decorations. It’ll bring the room together and create a backdrop to the party!