Spare yourself the toil and trouble of getting the dilapidated haunted house of your kids’ dreams: our designers went looking for party supplies that make This Old Haunted House a nearly DIY-free project. Card shown above: “Little Treats” by Rifle Paper Co.
Halloween wall decor
1. Balloon garland — Lettered balloons are an increasingly common sight, and we loved this garland for adding some Dia de los Muertos colors and iconography.
2. Pumpkin lights — If you’d prefer to keep things out of the realm of the undead, these sweet pumpkin lights add a touch of fall to the party.
Halloween plates, cups, and napkins
Halloween haunted house supplies
4. Jello mold, blood bag, wacky teeth, eyeball gummies, anything that’s “spooky” but edible — The days of spaghetti brains and grape eyeballs are over. These spooky (and silly) treats are easy to assemble and have just the right amount of shock value. (They taste pretty good, too.)
5. Loot bag — Save your poor pillowcases. These bags are much cuter, anyway—and reusable for future years of trick or treating.
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If you’re looking for more inspiration, our “Halloween Parade” by Paperless Post, “Costume Parade” by Paperless Post, and “Cats’ Patch” by Crate & Barrel invitations update what’s cute about Halloween in a contemporary, graphic style.
Ready to party with the little monsters? Browse our Halloween invitations to get started.