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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/
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!
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
When all the kids jumped up in front of the movie screen to save the good guy;)
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
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