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Sep 13

5 Easy Ideas for a Halloween Party

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Are you already tired and the Halloween season has just started? We get it: what a year it’s been! No problem—we have some great, easy ideas for your next Halloween party. All you have to do is pick and choose and get started on planning what’s right for you:

 

Everyone wears the same costume

If you don’t want to spend money this Halloween and want to avoid the stress of putting together multiple costumes for your family, why not order unicorn costumes for Halloween? Onesies are very popular right now, so if you want to make it easy this Halloween, just order a set of onesie costumes for the whole family.

Of course, these costumes don’t have to be a unicorn onesie. You and your family could dress up as a group of animals or skeletons or characters from your favourite TV show or movie. The point is that purchasing a set of costumes from the same retailer will make it easy on you this Halloween. You’ll only have to deal with one retailer, one shipment, and one shipping cost.

 

Use a piñata

Is the weather unpredictable as Halloween approaches? Are you unsure about going trick-or-treating on the block? Looking for ways to provide candy at your party? With a ghost or skeleton piñata, you can provide candy for the whole party, while also providing a fun activity for everyone to enjoy. It’s not only a party favor, it’s also party entertainment.

If you’re looking for healthy alternatives to the typical candy provided at Halloween parties, there are a lot of healthy snack options offered in mini-packages that would be perfect to fill the piñata with.

 

Hire catering

For the party planning mom or dad who is tired but has committed to throwing a Halloween party, consider working with a catering company to prepare your Halloween goodies. They’ll take care of the work of planning a menu and making it while you get to sit back and just think about the costumes, décor, and music.

 

Hire an event planner

Here’s another pro tip: consider hiring an event planner. If you’ve been picked as this year’s Halloween destination, but you have no clue what to do or simply don’t have the energy to come up with ideas, an event planner can help you prepare for the best Halloween party of all time.

While this has to be in your budget, if you don’t care about the cost, then don’t let anything stop you. If you need to plan a Halloween office party, an event planner may be an absolute must for a successful holiday event.

 

Blow up balloons

If all else fails in your party planning, order some donuts, blow up some balloons, and call it a day. We get it—sometimes planning for a holiday event can be tiring. If it’s just you and the kids and a couple of friends, think about what the little ones would want and save some money.

Hire a balloon artist to make animal balloons for the best creepy holiday and you’ll be amazed at how the kids will probably talk about this Halloween party for years to come. A lot of balloon artists know how to make some pretty amazing Halloween décor and art so, when in need, look for a balloon professional.

 

In Conclusion

If you’re hoping to plan a holiday party in a hurry, these ideas can help make it easy for you. While there are years where huge yard setups are great, if you’ve been busy, these easy ideas can simplify life for you. Don’t worry about making it the Halloween party of the year—just have a blast with whatever you do.

 

Disclaimer: MoneyMagpie is not a licensed financial advisor and therefore information found here including opinions, commentary, suggestions or strategies are for informational, entertainment or educational purposes only. This should not be considered as financial advice. Anyone thinking of investing should conduct their own due diligence.

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