Halloween Party Recap

Our BYOP Party has come and gone, and we had a blast!  I’ll let the pictures do most of the talking…
 
First, you remember the invitations:

 
And the banner

 
And the decorations

 
 
I planned a menu to include the following:
  • Chili
  • Cheese and sausage dip
  • Mummy dogs (hot dogs wrapped in breadsticks)
  • Dirt cake
  • Caramel apples
  • Cupcakes
  • M&M’s and candy corn
Just a tip – don’t buy this caramel for your apples:
 
 
It tastes fine, but nothing sticks to it.  I had to wet the caramel apples to get sprinkles to stick.  Boo.  We still made it work:
 
I picked 10 pretty red delicious apples:
 
 
Wrapped them in caramel:
 
 
Popped them in the oven for a few minutes, then wet them and decorated them:
 
 
After they were dry, I wrapped them in plastic wrap and tied them up with a cute little Halloween ribbon:
 
 
Marley helped me make dirt cake, too – love this stuff!
 
 
 
And cupcakes…
 
 
Marley made name cards for all the food, giving it “creepy” names 🙂
 
 
We hung our Halloween banner over the table, set everything up, and we were ready to party!
 
 
 
The kids made a spider craft out of egg cartons and pipe cleaners…
 
 
And what’s a Bring Your Own Pumpkin Party without pumpkin carving!
 
 
 
The kids had fun and so did the parents.  Good food, good friends, and a good time – now I can kick my feet up and relax til Halloween!
 
 
See you tomorrow!

9 Responses

  1. I love your printable art you framed! I framed the Trick or Treat one too, love the graphics fairy blog! But where did you find the halloween subway art printable! Did you make it? If you have a source I would love for you to share, pretty please! My email is taniellej@hotmail.com Thanks!

  2. How fun! I love Halloween parties – your ideas are fabulous. I’m definitely pinning these on Pinterest. Thank you!

  3. Ha! great page, you’ve given me some great ideas for the kids next Halloween party! wrong time of year now but i’ve bookmarked your page for later on in the year 🙂

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