Every extraordinary party begins with an incredible theme, and party rentals in Miami, FL, specialists realize Halloween is no exemption! To throw an unbelievable slam, we gathered a few themes ideas that can satisfy any crowd. You can embrace the good side of Halloween (pumpkin, funny costumes) or welcome the carnage and ghost stories. We have you covered with the party rentals items to planning tips — to toss a child-friendly or an adult costume party.
Murder Mystery Dinner Party
Who doesn’t love a Murder Mystery story? For an unforgettable theme, serve a mystery alongside dinner. No one ever dies in a party… or maybe?!? A Murder Mystery party is an extraordinary method to engage and entertain visitors. 24 hours Party Rentals has you covered with many incredible bone-chilling stories, props, and creepy Halloween decorations.
Cocktail Making Contest
Do you need to liven up a “dead” Halloween cocktail party? Work up some friendly competition by having partygoers prepare cocktails on the spot. You give the essentials like the alcohol, glassware, garnishes—and request that everyone bring one special ingredient.
Another idea is to get a frozen margarita machine to allow guests to make their own drinks. Enjoy the delicious frozen cocktails. These machines use quality spirits, natural juices, and tropical fruits. No use of preservatives or additives.
Halloween picnic party
Are Octobers boring in your neighborhood? Surprise them by hosting a Halloween cookout before the climate turns too cold. A BBQ can work well for a little get-together or a significant affair, and the way to arranging is getting a head start. To get much time, begin planning things such as the guest list and the menu two or three weeks ahead of time.
A few days before the party you can prepare by going to the supermarket, ensuring you have all that you need and setting up certain foods ahead of time. Go full-throttle with the Halloween decorations especially the food décor to keep your guests spooked while they eat.
If you have waited the whole year for pumpkin pie, then a pumpkin spice party is the right one for you. It’s essentially a party but everything served has pumpkin. The theme works whether you’re tossing a child-friendly daytime occasion or a night cocktail party.
Since this gathering is pretty much everything pumpkin, served pumpkin flavor treats, cookies, and colored marshmallows. You can make everything yourself or have your guests bring over their favorite pumpkin recipe. To keep kids involved, ensure there are some fun choices for them at the table including a pumpkin-flavored punch, snacks, and you guess it pumpkin art stand.
Candy Making Party
Love preparing cookies at Christmas? There’s no reason you can’t have a creepy crawling treat-cooking gathering for Halloween! Make your treats to carry double the fun by bundling them up and giving them out to trick-or-treaters.
Patio Horror Movie Night
Welcome friends and family members over for patio blood and horror movie night this Halloween! You could likewise screen it’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown for a more child-friendly occasion.
However, for your adult’s guests you could screen Friday the 13th back-to-back or for the younger crowd IT (crazy clown). To make your own outdoor theater experience is a blank wall or sheet and a portable projector that you can attach to your PC.
Camp Crystal Lake Party
Toss a camp-themed slam to pay tribute to blood and horror movie Friday the 13th. For a stylistic theme, think vintage lanterns, pennants and plaid blankets to pay tribute to one of the scariest movies series of all time. Fill a little wooden boat with ice to lodge refreshments and present great pit fire snacks like marshmallows and hot dogs. If you truly want to impress your guests, hand out printed Camp Crystal Lake shirts and masks so everyone matches and set up activities and fun games. Set up some comfortable seating and DIY a spooky snack bar.
Oktoberfest Halloween Party
Why fight the crowds this Oktoberfest when you can make the party yourself? Often, people don’t like scary theme parties because their scary cats. So, when composing the invitation, incorporate a note urging them to wear non-scary German costumes (no dead Hitler) to the gathering.
You want the visitors to feel welcome and involved with the gathering and not awkward, so covering your bases in the greeting remains an extraordinary way to begin. You may give your visitors a few tips regarding the German outfits to wear.
For example, Lederhosen is an unquestionable requirement—yet other kinds of German costumes exist. Before setting up your shopping list, start with the most significant part of the German costume party: German beer.