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- September 27, 2007 at 9:17 pm #253509
Make sure your Halloween party is one your friends will never forget!
Buy disposable cameras for your guests to use during the party.
Develop the pictures they take and send the pictures along with your
thank you cards.
Pets are great, but their curiosity can get them into trouble. Be
sure to keep your Halloween candy in a safe, secure place, out of the
way of wandering whiskers and nosy snouts.
Add a little Halloween flavor to your party invitations. Tie or tape
some tasty M&M’S® Brand MINIS® Milk Chocolate Candies Halloween Mini
Packs to the invitations for an early Halloween treat.
If you’re throwing a Halloween party, it’s important to start it off
on the right foot, and that means clearing your entry way of anything
thing your guests might trip on. Remember, they’re probably wearing a
costume, and may not see stuff on the ground clearly.
Try something a little different and throw a themed Halloween party.
For example, have a Hollywood Halloween and have your guests come
dressed as their favorite movie stars, past and present.
Bobbing for apples is a traditional party activity that people have
come to love, but it can get a little wet and messy. Prepare an area
with a drop cloth and set an empty tub in the center (it’s easier to
fill up the tub afterwards). Be sure to have towels on hand for
people to dry their heads with.
Be sure to send your Halloween invitations out a month before the
party. If you haven’t received an RSVP within two weeks, call to
confirm whether or not a guest will be attending. This gives you
ample time to account for the right amount of food and favors.
Pre-make treat bags for the kids who will be attending your Halloween
party. Fill them up with delicious goodies like TWIX® Brand MINIS
MIXTM Autumn Miniatures or SNICKERS® Brand FUN SIZE® Bars for a sweet
bag of treats!
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