Create an adorable Halloween centerpiece with candy, paper bake cups, and a cake stand. Our downloadable colorful toppers inject Halloween phrases into your decor, while a candy-decked pumpkin serves as a focal point.
Surprise your favorite Halloween fans with an invite to "a frightfully sweet celebration." Print the invitations onto white cardstock; use scissors or a paper cutter to trim along the black-ruled outline. Write text. Print the address labels onto paper; trim. Glue to your envelopes.
Create a crowd of pumpkins dressed for the festivities in orange, black, and white paint. Display the painted orbs on cake stands lined with black licorice rolls.
Stock the food station with orange sodas decorated with carved-pumpkin facial features. Cut out the faces using our free patterns and black adhesive vinyl.
Make your candy jars even cuter by hanging our stylish tags. Simply write each type of candy on the tag and attach with orange, white, or black ribbon.
Clever candy-decorated pumpkins transform a buffet-table soda station into a fun-filled focal point. Simply hot-glue various black, orange, and white candies onto pumpkins instead of carving.
For treats the kids can eat while playing, serve popcorn (or kettle corn or caramel corn!) in paper cones made from polka-dot bags. Glue on candies and ribbon for extra pizzazz.
Tempt your guests with an adorable wreath made just for your party! Hot-glue colored candies in Halloween colors to a foam wreath form; hang with a ribbon.
Upgrade plain chocolate bars with our wicked-cool wrappers for a fun twist on store-bought treats. Just print, trim, wrap, and secure with double-stick tape.
Even your apples can get dressed up for Halloween fun. Give your favorite fall fruit a party persona with a coating of caramel or chocolate topped with a coating of candy.
We're absolutely obsessed with anything pumpkin, and this festive fall drink is no exception. Each sip of the smooth, rich nog will evoke visions of your favorite Thanksgiving dessert.
What's better to serve at a Halloween party for kids than their favorite snack? Ooey-gooey macaroni and cheese is always a crowd-pleaser, and the kids will love getting their own personal bowls.
Tempt your guests with a bountiful buffet of Halloween candy -- chocolate bars, candy corn, jelly rings, and more! For a buffet table that reflects the theme, coordinate your patterned pumpkins with holiday treats and a banner made from purchased treat bags.
Send your Halloween party guests home with paper pumpkins that are so easy to make. Just fill orange-and-white patterned paper bags with candy, and secure the tops with green washi tape.