19 Sep

Delightfully SPOOKY Haunted House Party

Delightfully SPOOKY Haunted House Party

With a few zombie brains, monsters and spooky details galore, Justine of Sensationally Sweet Events concocted the perfect potion for a spine-chilling Haunted House Halloween Party! And while this party was originally created as a creative birthday celebration for her son, the sinfully delicious treats and ghoulish decor are bound to awaken your Halloween spirit!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– Clever “zombie graveyard” mousse pots with cookie tombstones
– Caged green eyeball cake pops + creepy dried blood drops
– Skull Crusher brownies on a DIY trapped skull platter
– Vampire’s blood + mummy poison beverage station

Delightfully SPOOKY Haunted House Party

Delightfully SPOOKY Haunted House Party

Delightfully SPOOKY Haunted House Party

Delightfully SPOOKY Haunted House Party

Delightfully SPOOKY Haunted House Party

Delightfully SPOOKY Haunted House Party

Delightfully SPOOKY Haunted House Party

Delightfully SPOOKY Haunted House Party

Delightfully SPOOKY Haunted House Party

Delightfully SPOOKY Haunted House Party

Delightfully SPOOKY Haunted House Party

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Justine

This is a Haunted House party I threw for my son’s birthday party. I decided to incorporate many different ‘spooky’ themes, so the party table paid homage to witches, mummies, zombies, monsters, vampires, etc.

Some of the food I included was ‘witches cauldron’ cupcakes, cute little ‘eyeball cake pops’ (as seen on Bakerella), ‘zombie graveyards’ chocolate mousse pots, ‘ogre’s teeth’ , ‘serpent swamps’, bat cookies and many other spooky concoctions.

Out of all of the platters and bowls on the dessert table, I only used 3 things that I already owned (2 Rosanna cake platters and the black bird cage) for the rest I had so much fun scouring garage sales and op shops for old glass bowls and plastic cocktail glasses which were spray painted black, turned upside down and glued to the base of the bowls to create all my spooky serving ware.

I used an old brown suit case to create a zombie graveyard for the chocolate mousse pots and a spray painted an old plant urn black then filled it with plastic skulls and placed a glass plate upside down on top of them to make a flat surface to use as a platter for my ‘skull crusher’ chocolate slices.

As take home favours the kids were given plastic vampire teeth, ‘I vant to suck your lollipops’ and ‘Hubba Bubble Toil & Trouble’ gum. Some amazing people worked with me to create different aspects of the party and they are listed below.

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VENDOR CREDITS:

– Bat & Tombstone Cookies and Cake: Sweet Arts by Bek
– Witches Cauldron Cupcakes: The Cupcake Parlour
– Party styling and all other food: Sensationally Sweet Events
– Party printables including cupcake wrappers, buffet tags, spooky welcome sign above the table and chocolate wrappers: Quench Media
– Photography – Mr & Mrs Smith Photography

 

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Keith SAYS:

I LOVE this web site. Stumbled across via style me pretty.

Wanted ides to style out haloween party next month! Thanks. I’ll be back tomorrrow to take a peek : )

Reply September 19, 2012 at 6:19 am

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lisa-sweet pop studio SAYS:

Ewwwee! I love it so much! The food and play on words are perfect! Love the printables and especially the mouse pots!

Reply September 20, 2012 at 9:38 am

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Danielle SAYS:

Great ideas! What kind of candy is the “ogres teeth”? I’ve seen candy rocks, but they don’t look like that.

Reply October 18, 2012 at 8:30 pm

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