Halloween, Party Decor

Monster Mash, Birthday Bash!

Over the weekend, my sister Megan did an amazing job on her husband Brad’s 30th Birthday party! Of course she had me design all the paper goods, but I have to give her credit for pulling it all together so bewitchingly. Pictured above is my niece Mackenzie. Does she not make the cutest witch?! Along with planning this party, Megan also made her costume which is just wickedly sweet. You’ll note she’s holding a Frankenstein Monster Mask. Look even closer and you’ll realize it uses a picture of the birthday boy! We had a laugh using Brad’s picture to create the monster!

Brad-halloween-birthday-2The table really turned out spook-tacular!

Brad-halloween-birthday-3A carved out pumpkin acted as the perfect cooler.

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We dressed up the wine bottles and each wine glass got a custom tag to act as a wine charm. My favorite saying was “Eat, Drink and Be Scary!”

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We got this Skeleton Hand idea from the Hostess with the Mostess Blog. We just loved it! We did 4 different banner sayings: 1) Fang-tastic Goodies, Just for You! 2) Indulge if you dare! 3) Wickedly Sweet Treats 4) Beware! You can’t stop at one!

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Creep, Boo, Scare! Spooky sayings act as toppers for the different desserts.

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I’m sorry, but she’s just too cute!

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The custom pennant banner looks great with the added touch of the large spiders!

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Yum! Wish I could have been there. The only bummer of living in California is all my family that’s in Ohio. But since I was able to help my sister with all the planning, I feel like I was there in spirit. Thanks Megan for doing such a wonderful job and taking such great pictures. I look forward to Christmas when we can host a party together during my visit home!

And Happy Halloween everyone! I hope this acts as some inspiration!

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    laurietaylor32@gmail.com
    September 28, 2012 at 11:50 am

    How did you make that awesome mask with his picture?

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