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The only possible thing that's more fun than getting dressed-up for Halloween is revamping your home into a house of horrors! From the clever to macabre, get inspired to throw your spookiest shindig ever with these Halloween party ideas.
Not all Halloween party ideas have to be scary (or shockingly expensive)! This quick-and-easy decorative DIY from Country Living conjures up a group of friendly ghosts with nothing more than construction paper, cheesecloth, and a set of paper bells.
These tissue-paper bells are dead ringers for spectral silhouettes. They're a cinch to assemble, and also fold down easily to store until next year.
Cut out oblong eye and mouth shapes from this black construction paper, and affix them with double-sided tape to the front of each tissue bell.
This 9-square-foot piece of cotton cheesecloth should be more than enough material to drape in individual pieces over each "ghost," shrouding them in a mysterious mist.
Scare up some excitement over the small-bites platter with this idea from Good Housekeeping. Put an extra-large cheeseboard to use as this plastic skeleton's final resting place.
To save on table space, we suggest going with a smaller skeleton for your char-boo-terie board. This one is just the perfect fit for an average-sized cheese board, at just 15 inches long.
In case you don't already own a cheese board, you're sure to get plenty of use out of this one! Its impressive 12-by-20 inch size lets you load on as many cheeses, fruits, and cured meats as you desire, for your Halloween party and beyond.
Your hearth can transform into the heart of darkness just by adding a few devilish details. This Halloween decorating idea from Woman's Day makes over the mild-mannered mantel with an army of faux creepy-crawlers, flickering candle lanterns, and even a dismembered skeleton in the fireplace! The web-like mantel scarf is the foundational accent that ties it all together.
This gorgeous mantel scarf from Grandin Road lures in guests for an up-close look to admire its intricate, lacy design.
Using flameless candles is our favorite way to enjoy these lanterns' elevated ambiance. The more realistic, the better.
Finding a single spider around the house is unsettling enough, but displaying all 72 of these plastic bugs is literally a nightmare come true.
What's a party without cake?! Whether you're opting for homemade or store-bought this Halloween, this idea from Good Housekeeping gives it a killer presentation by accenting the top with a couple of satin-ribbon vampire bats.
Cut a short length of ribbon, knot it, and snip jagged bat wings on either side to evoke their eerie outline. Glue them to a straight piece of black floral wire, and arrange them as you please!
Not only are these wire pieces simply tops for cake toppers, but they're also ideal for securing faux seasonal foliage to outdoor wreaths.
Before everyone attacks your creation, immortalize it with an Insta-worthy display on this ghostly white cake stand.
Guests can help themselves to the finger foods (take that as literally as you'd like) at a designated snack table. We love this idea from Woman's Day, in which a candelabra provides ominous ambiance and a wine decanter moonlights as a mad-scientist beaker.
The web-like wall detail in the background looks intricate, but it's achieved by simply criss-crossing strands of yarn and discreetly securing them at the edges.
Just in time for sweater weather, it never hurts to stock up on skeins of yarn for fall.
For the adults-only party, we love using real taper candles to create an intimately eerie vibe.
If you choose to use a decanter as a dressed-up drink dispenser, keep an ice bucket at the ready to keep cocktails appropriately chilled.
Serve your pre-mixed elixirs from a spectral setting. This Good Housekeeping Halloween party idea uses tulle-wrapped white balloons in place of kitschy decorations and an on-theme pumpkin drink dispenser for simple self-serving.
Helium-inflated balloons are best purchased from your local party store, but this ominous adornment can be done yourself. Just shroud the balloon in black tulle and tie it tightly with ribbon.
Add plenty of spirits to your party by filling this glass dispenser with punch, sangria, or any other large-batch libation.
These feathery faux crows look right at home perched around your bar or bookshelf.
Even after the party's over, these paper straws are a festive addition to any bar cart.
If you have a collection of old whiskey decanters, now's the time to dig them out! If not, this complementing set is a worthy investment.
Print out your bottle graphics on these sheets of shaped sticker paper ... and then try to resist the urge to do nothing else but create custom labels for all of the storage space in your home. After all, custom stickers are the gateway to Cricut-craziness.
The smaller the glass, the fancier the party, right? These champagne coupes may not be glass, but they're no less classy.