1. Create your invitation
Use Facebook's event feature to create your event. Be sure to let people know basic details: Are they are welcome to bring friends? Is it BYOB? Are your guests expected to bring a food item? If you are purchasing a keg or cases of beer for the party let people know to bring cash in exchange for the golden nectar. Clarify if your party is a pre-drink or destination party so guests can plan their night accordingly. Drive the momentum of the Facebook event going by sharing images of your party decorations, adding links to songs you'll be putting on your playlist or by sharing costume ideas.
2. Pick your poison
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3. Plan your freaky finger food
There are plenty of bloggers with easy and creative ideas on how to up the creep-factor on your culinary creations.
For meat lovers check out this The Official Meat Platter of "The Walking Dead" via dorkly. The kielbasa intestines are sure to give your guests nostalgia for the game "Operation".
4. Assemble your supplies
Make a list for the all the supplies you need and recruit a couple friends to help you acquire the decorations, libations and eats required to make your party a success.
Start small by replacing your light bulbs with green or red ones to give you an eerie glow from inside and out. When decorating don't forget your bathrooms, fill your bathtub with fake blood. Then pick up a shower curtain from the dollar store and smear that with fake blood too and draw it closed. (Only the curious will make the ghoulish discovery). Stain an old set of tea towels with blood and hang them in the bathroom. Don't forget to write a sinister message on the mirror or wall behind that guests will only see when looking at themselves.
Our Home Delivery crew are expert party planners and will be happy to advise you on what layout works best for your party. Ideally the keg should not be blocking foot traffic from/to your entrance, exit, bathroom or the food table. You should spread out the food and alcohol in separate areas so people don't all congregate it one room.
There you have it boys and ghouls! 5 easy tips to make your Halloween soiree a smashing success! Happy Halloween from the Good Fear Folks.
Posted on October 27 2015,