Halloween Spooktacular Party

I just LOVE Halloween colors and decorations! Always so much fun to work with:-) This Halloween collection is available in the shop as an Instant Download HERE! Enjoy the photos, tutorials, and vendors! Gorgeous photography by Faith Photography By Annye!

Halloween Party

This table was styled with many items that I use around my house for Halloween decoration! This is one great way to save money. I used a LOT of Dollar Tree finds for this party; as I usually do for any party:-) The Dollar Tree is FULL of great party finds for only a dollar! For the backdrop I used a lime green chevron wrapping paper from Target. The bat silhouettes are also from Target and came in a pack of 100 foam bats! 

Witch Hat Cookies DIY Halloween cookies

These food stand pedestals were made from Dollar Tree items. Great tutorial for how to make them from Joy’s Hope! I already had an entire pack of black spider rings; so I just used leftover spray paint to get them the colors I wanted! I used black spider web netting from Dollar Tree across the top of the buffet table.

Halloween Treats Halloween Outfit

The peek-a-boo favor bags were made by following this great tutorial on Kara’s Party Ideas. This adorable girl’s chevron skirt was made by Sweet Peppergrass! The witch feet shirt was made by Pixie Chicks Bowtique! She is no longer in business, but here is a link to Elle Couture who makes some adorable shirts!!

Halloween Dessert Table

I found this witches cauldron at the Dollar Tree and thought it would be perfect to fill with drinks!! I used a party circle from the Halloween Party Collection to decorate the front of the cauldron, and drink wraps for the water bottles! 

Halloween Banner

The banner is also available in the Halloween Collection and simple to cut and assemble!

Halloween Water Bottle

I purchased the cupcakes from Walmart to save money and then added cupcake wrappers and toppers (party logos), which are available in the Halloween Printable Package!

Halloween Table Witch Hat Cookies

The witch hat cookies were made by my daughter! Tutorial on how to make them from Barb Schram’s blog.

Halloween Outfit Halloween Cookies

The chevron pumpkin cookies were purchased at a local bakery; 1SmartCookie. They do ship!

Halloween Cookies Halloween Dessert Table Halloween Decorations - Poison Bottles

The Poison Bottles were purchased at Michael’s. I added the Party Logos from the Halloween Collection and filled the bottles with Sixlets.

Halloween Cupcakes Halloween Drinks Halloween Cupcakes Halloween Party

The wreath was made by spray painting a twig wreath from Hobby Lobby and then adding a Mini Pennant Banner. The Mini Banner was made by using the Triangle Flags from the printable collection and folding them over a piece of ribbon!

Party Styling and Printables – Lillian Hope Designs
Photography – Faith Photography
Cookies – 1 Smart Cookie
Chevron Skirt – Sweet Peppergrass
Witch Shirt – Pixie Chicks Bowtique

{Click Here or On Image For the Instant Download Halloween Collection}

Halloween Printable Party






  1. Jill says

    This is the cutest! The colors are PERFECT for this time of year (just visited Michael’s and the purple and orange are EVERYWHERE right now!). Thanks for the tip on checking out the dollar store – I’ve never thought of that! I usually spend a billion at arts & craft stores then have to find creative ways to use them for future parties to justify my spending :) Love this!

  2. Rachel LaManna says

    What a great party table! I aspire to have something this creative, cute and have it not cost an arm & a leg.

  3. Stacy says

    I love that you give such great ideas for the tablescaping – great cake stand idea! Of course the party package is super cute too!!

  4. Milinda Oberly says

    I love the whole thing, the colors, the decorations but I especially love that you buy cheap stuff and make it into something special (that’s what I like to do!) :)


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