A Halloween Party Perfect for Younger Kids
Another boy’s Halloween Party and it doesn’t disappoint! This party idea from Laura, at Laura’s Little Party, is aimed at the younger set. The dessert table decorations really pop and create a fun take on the Halloween theme. I like the way Laura uses the activity supplies as part of the decorations, too. Bright green and purple, partnered with traditional black and orange, make for a colorful backdrop for this Halloween party. Although there are bats and black cats, witches, pumpkins and even a friendly Frankenstein, with the bright colors this gathering isn’t so scary for the tot-sized guests.
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The focal point of the dessert table is an angular, leafless, black tree, but since it is backed by green and white polka dots and flanked with orange pumpkins on purple panels, it doesn’t seem gloomy or ominous. The shiny black and orange balloons are festive, too.
A mini (black!) straw bale offers candy corn rockets. Cupcakes are served from a black wire pedestal and Frankenstein’s laboratory holds giant swirled lollipops.
Colorful water bottles with wiggly straws wave with Halloween flags. Juice bottles are dressed up for the party in Halloween sleeves.
Holiday Oreos are presented next to miniature plastic pumpkins which hold that toddler favorite, round oat cereal. Applesauce cups are cleverly gussied up with themed decals. The “here’s lookin’ at you, kid” eyeballs actually hold bubbles so not only do they decorate for the season, they are also a fun activity.
Another great idea for the kidlets is decorating the pumpkins, a la Mr. Potato Head, plus they can serve as take-home favors. I think Laura has done a great job putting together an intimate sized party for the small fry! If you are looking for toddler friendly details and ideas that are more fun than scary, this could be your party inspiration.
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- Spooky Eyes Bubble Gum
- Eyeball Bubble Rings
- Eyeball Giant Balloon
- Creepy Eyeballs Bubble Gum in a Jar
- Eyeball & Pumpkin Bubble Jars
- Pumpkin Candy Holder
- Mrs. Pumpkin Head Decorating Kit
Another great idea for the kidlets is to decorate the pumpkins, a la Mr. Potato Head, and they can serve as take-home favors. I think Laura has done a great job putting together an intimate sized party for the small fry! If you are looking for toddler friendly details and ideas that are more fun than scary, this could be your party inspiration.
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