Costume Pair Invitation
What’s more fun than dressing up and celebrating a major milestone? Seamlessly combine these two big days with a costume contest at your party. Witches, ghosts, and more will gather for games, candy, and gifts—all encouraged by this adorable invitation with caricatures of dressed-up invitees. (Don’t forget to get prizes for the winners!)
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Halloween Party Table
When in doubt, stick with the classic Halloween color scheme. With two holidays to celebrate, the table settings should be fun and easy to execute. Keep it decorative, yet simple with a few small and large pumpkins to use as centerpieces. Add black and orange confetti and matching silverware, and you are ready for your big bash to begin.
Photo and idea from A Ruffled Life. Get instructions here.
Hard Cider Slush
Whether it’s a particularly warm fall or you’re just looking for an excuse to drink a spiked apple cider slushie, this is sure to win over your guests. With just a few simple ingredients, you can make this delicious mixture using bourbon, apple cider, and a super easy spiced brown-sugar syrup.
Get the recipe: Hard Cider Slush
If you’re planning a party for kids or just looking for a non-alcoholic beverage option for your guests, this recipe packs a delicious punch. Combining fresh orange juice, lemon juice, and blood orange soda gives this fruity drink its vibrant color; simple syrup adds a touch of sweetness that'll have everyone hooked.
Get the recipe: Halloween Punch
Kit Kat–Filled Angel Food Cake
Does the guest of honor have a crazy sweet tooth? If so, this cake combines two delicious treats—Kit Kats and angel food cake—to make the perfect Halloween dessert. It only takes 15 minutes to make an easy, tasty option your guests will devour. And it doesn’t get much better than a light, airy cake filled with your favorite chocolate bar and topped with whipped cream and cocoa powder.
Get the recipe: Kit Kat-Filled Angel Food Cake
Candy Corn Popsicle
For a colorful, healthy, and creative way to celebrate a Halloween birthday, this fruity treat is a must. By layering coconut, pineapple, and mango juice, you can make your very own candy corn popsicle. And they last for up to three days, so you can plan ahead or keep the party going long after your guests leave.
Get the recipe: Candy Corn Popsicle