ScareDecor – What’s a party without a decked-out venue? Cobwebs and Zombies and Blood, galore! Pro Tip: put some fake blood in your bathtub and on the bathroom mirrors to scare your guests where they least expect it! You can even write them a spooky note!
Costume Contest – Need we elaborate? Give your guests an incentive to dress up. We love us some friendly competition!
Sugar Skull Cigars – Add something new to the smoking section this year with Custom Tobacco’s Sugar Skull Cigars. These limited edition cigars will make a great addition to your buffet table. For those who prefer to savor their smoke, it will be the perfect souvenir for your guests to remember your kick-ass party! Order here
Spook-tails and Bloody Finger Foods – Switch up your classic fruit punch and give new meaning to the word “Finger Food.” Red and black liqueurs (or even food coloring) always make for spooky-looking drinks. We love Martha Stewart’s Bloody Tooth Cocktail:
1.5 oz rye whiskey
1.5 oz pomegranate juice
1 oz simple syrup
1/2 oz freshly squeezed lemon juice
Pomegranate Seeds, for garnish
Lemon Twist, for garnish
Place whiskey, pomegranate juice, simple syrup, and lemon juice in a cocktail shaker; fill with ice. Shake vigorously and pour into a rocks glass. Garnish with pomegranate seeds and lemon twist.
and Jen Goode’s Oreo Eyeballs
OREO chocolate sandwich cookies
Blue and Green gel decorating icing
Red gel food coloring
Black/brown M&Ms or Reeses pieces
Carefully remove one of the chocolate cookies from the OREO. YOu will end up with chocolate smudges on the frosting, that’s perfectly fine. Leave it be, don’t try to clean it up.. it will just make a mess. Add a glob of gel icing. Place 1 M&M in the center of the icing. Put a small dab of red food coloring in a bowl or on a plate, like a painter’s palette. Using a teeny tiny paint brush, carefully paint red vein lines on the white frosting of the OREO