Ways To Keep Your Party From Being a Bad Dream: A blog that tells you how to host a spooktacular party without getting messed up.
Freddy Krueger Costume
You’re probably thinking of dressing up as Freddy Krueger for Halloween, but you don’t want to look like everyone else at the party. You want your Freddy Krueger costume to be original and really scary. Here are some great ideas that will help make your Freddy Krueger costume totally unique!
The most important thing is to find a similar hat. You can find something similar at any Halloween store. Other ways are to cut the top off an old hat and wear it sideways, or buy one online and decorate it with red yarn.
Next is the makeup! The thing that makes Freddy Krueger so scary is his scars, so make sure you take your time with them! Paint them on with red lipstick, or use face paint from a Halloween store. If you want to be even more realistic, you can use model glue and toilet paper strips…just be careful not to get it in your eyes!
You’re going to need something similar to his striped sweater – the best place to find this is at an army
The horror movie genre is a great way to get your adrenaline pumping, but when it comes to hosting a party, it can be quite frightening. From figuring out how many people to invite to figuring out how you’re going to feed them, there are a lot of things that can go wrong.
Here are some ways you can ensure that your party isn’t a bad dream:
1) Have an accurate guest list: There is nothing worse than finding yourself short on food or drinks because you accidentally invited too many people. Take the time to figure this out before you do anything else.
2) Pick a theme: Whether it’s “The Shining” or “The Devil’s Rejects”, picking a theme for your party will make your planning much easier. It will also help you figure out what kind of decorations and food/drinks you should get and make it easier for guests to dress up.
3) Set up games: Setting up games is a great way to break the ice at parties and get people talking with each other. You can set up witch hunt-themed scavenger hunts around town or have some bloody charades in your backyard. And if you really want to take things up a notch, try a murder mystery party!
The scariest thing about hosting a Halloween party is making sure the night doesn’t turn into a Nightmare on Elm Street. When done right, your party will be something to scream about. When done wrong, you’ll find yourself wishing that Freddy Krueger would have gotten you instead.
Here are some tips to keep your party from turning into a bad dream:
Halloween is a time for dressing in costume, eating candy, and showing off your creativity. But hosting a Halloween party doesn’t have to be scary. There are a few simple steps you can take to ensure that your party is a nightmare-free zone.
First, invite all of your guests at least two weeks in advance and make sure they RSVP by the deadline you set. This will allow you to plan ahead and get any last minute items you need before the big day.
Make sure you have enough room for all of your guests. The last thing you want is to have people packed in like sardines!
Planning on serving alcohol? Make sure that all of your guests have access to transportation or a place to stay for the night. You don’t want anyone drinking and driving! If possible, have some non-alcoholic options available as well.
Consider hiring entertainment or renting equipment for activities such as karaoke or dancing. This will keep the party going by giving people something to do once they’ve finished eating and socializing.
If you’re like me, you can’t wait for Halloween: The costumes, the candy, the parties! But, if you’re like me, you also spend most of October thinking about how to avoid a total disaster. Here are some tips and tricks I’ve learned over the years for throwing a great party without getting messed up.
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The thought that one could accidentally poison their friends and family is the stuff of nightmares, so we’ve taken the scary out of hosting a Halloween party by putting together a list of simple tips to follow.
1. Seek out a good location
2. Start planning your costume early
3. Make a list of guests and get the word out
4. Have some games and activities planned
5. Decorate your house with Halloween decor