PhotosView all 26 photos →
We'd love you to leave a comment, but you need to be logged in.
Our 3rd Annual Halloween Movie Night went off without a hitch. All of the kids had such a great time dancing in front of the movie screen and watching the movie while being able to wear their costumes for a bit longer and the parents had a nice time mingling and eating and drinking while letting their kids dance off some of the sugar high;)
We had so much fun planning and decorating for this party. We spent a couple full weekends crafting and stickering, but the printables from YourLifEvents Artsy Chic Boutique and from Anders Ruff were the pretty, er I mean spooktacular icing on the proverbial cake. It was a lot of fun using printables from another printable designer – we love Anders Ruff Designs, so we thought it would be fun to incorporate their Halloween Collection with our own and we are very pleased with the results.
Here is a little eye candy for you to be inspired for your next party.
I've included more specific details (like links to recipes, etc.) on my blog at http://www.yourlifevents.com/2010/11/01/parties-annual-halloween-movie-night/
When all the kids jumped up in front of the movie screen to save the good guy;)
same as the best moment
Oh, I wish I had a picture - a couple came dressed as victorian ghosts. The woman is a costume designer for the theater and the costumes were incredible!
What People Ate
Jack O Lantern ham & cheese melts; Arby's Roast Beef Sandwiches; Squash Soup; other potluck items; popcorn & candy
What People Drank
Hot chocolate; hot apple cider; Vampire Blood (wine); and other ghoulish cocktails
Candy bar filled with movie candy: licorice, red vines, chocolate bars galore & popcorn
Activities / Games
Movie night - Monsters, Inc. After trick or treating everyone lands at our place for an outdoor movie night on the grass