Halloween will soon be here. Are you ready? I think this year might be my last year of being able to stay home, hand out candy and relax. I feel I’ll be a nervous wreck next year when my son will actually be old enough to go trick-or-treating. Will he be warm enough? Do I really let him eat all of that candy? Should he eat any of that candy? Will he even enjoy or understand trick-or-treating?
Normally I’m not this paranoid…I think I’m just coming to terms with my baby being all grown up! Must be time for another…ha.
My husband and I have only been in our neighborhood for a little over a year. We love it! We’ve been invited to Easter egg hunts, pumpkin carving parties and more. Last night we were officially ‘ghosted’. My husband went to open the door after the door bell rang only to find a ghost taped to our window and a basket of Halloween treats on the door step. We received specific instructions on how to then ‘ghost’ any house in the neighborhood that doesn’t have a ghost on the window, with the goal of having the entire neighborhood ghosted by Halloween. One of the best Halloween ideas we’ve seen!
Does your neighborhood have any traditions or Halloween ideas like this? We’d love to hear about them! Or if you want to see exactly what our instruction sheet said comment on this post and I’ll send you a copy!
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Have you started planning your Halloween party or looking for Halloween invitation ideas yet? Looking through our collection of Halloween invitations will give you some pretty good ideas for party themes, as well as what to include. Your guests will need to know if kids are welcome, if a costume is required, or if they need to bring a spooky dish to share. Of course, the rest of the details (time, location and RSVP information) are just as important.
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Check out our entire collection of Halloween invitations for lots of creative Halloween invitation ideas. And for more Halloween party ideas, keep reading our blog.