Halloween Wreath Making Party

Black Wreath with Ornaments, at Pier 1 Imports


Invite a few close friends over (no more than six, so you'll have room to work on your dining room table) for a quick hearty dinner and a night of creating wreaths for all your front doors. Inspire each other with creativity, and help each other get your wreaths done so you can decorate your homes sooner.


Martha Stewart Halloween Glitter, on Amazon

After dinner, let guests spread their wreath making supplies out on your dining room table. You might need to add a card table to hold supplies. Put on music or a fun movie like Practical Magic to entertain everyone while you craft.

Serve dessert after everyone has finished their wreaths.

At the end of the evening, take a picture of each person holding their wreath, and then a group shot if possible.


A Forest Frolic

Halloween Wreath by Scrumdillydo


Halloween Glitter Trees, on Amazon

I wouldn't worry about the decorations too much for this particular party, since part of what you're doing is creating decorations. Maybe decorate your mantel if you have time. Light a few scented candles, clear off a workspace on your table, be sure your house is clean and organized, and set out a pot of colorful orange mums on your front porch.


Aria, by Delirium

Play something relaxing in the background, something you can talk and chat over. Your playlist will depend on the tastes of you and your guests, but I'll suggest a few fun songs for fall evenings too.

Rhiannon Live in 2005 MP3, by Stevie Nicks, on Amazon

The Mummers' Dance MP3, by Irish Ceili Band, on Amazon

Summoning of the Muse MP3, by Dead Can Dance, on Amazon


Parmesan Witches Broomsticks, at Betty Crocker

Serve a few small snacks that you can keep on your dining table while people work. That will help your guests "fill up" since you're serving a small dinner to maximize their crafting time.

Breadstick Bones Recipe, at Pillsbury


Caramel Spider Apple Cider, on TastyKitchen

As this is a worknight/school night party, keep the alcoholic beverages to a minimum. Serve decaf coffee, hot cocoa, herbal tea, and a sparkling nonalcoholic cider to get people in the mood for fall.

Offer a pitcher of icewater, too. Your guests will get thirsty from all the talking and chitchatting as they create their wreaths!

Sinister Cider Cocktail, by Martha Stewart


Spooky Stew, at Better Homes & Gardens

Eye-Popping Soup, at YumSugar

As this is a worknight, feed people something hot and nourishing that they can eat quickly. With wreaths to make, there isn't a lot of time to sit around eating a meal. Serve a soup, stew or chili with bread or crackers, then let guests nibble on appetizers and desserts while they work on their crafts.

Pumpkin Beef Chili, at Chocolate and Carrots


Witches Brooms Cookies, by My Wooden Spoon

Creepy Spider Cookies, by Taste of Home

Pumpkin Patch Cookies, from Dean & Deluca


Enhanced Eerie Elegance: More Halloween Party Ideas & Recipes with a Touch of Spooky Style, on Amazon


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Spider Web Halloween Wreath (A Glimpse Inside)

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Visit 31 Days of Halloween Parties tomorrow for a Halloween costume sewing party!


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