This year I’m hosting a superhero-themed Halloween costume party for adults, by popular demand. Well, technically it’s a Heroes and Villains party, so they don’t have to be “super” but you get the idea. If you want to learn how to host a superhero party of your own, I’m here to help. We’ll cover everything from props to costumes to drinks.
I’ll walk you through all the key elements and considerations of hosting this type of party. That way, you’ll not only go along for the ride with respect to my own real-life party planning, you’ll also learn everything you need to host a superhero party of your own!
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If you love the Saw movie series and want to host a Saw Halloween party with a particularly frightening touch, you’ve come to the right place. Here I’ll cover everything you need from invitations to props to games, to ensure you that you’ve thought through the entire party from start to finish.
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If you’re planning a kids Halloween party, there key things you need to consider given the differences in audience from an adult party. I’ll help you understand the needs of a younger audience and walk you through best practices to set your party up for success.
If you’ve never hosted a Halloween party before, I’d recommend that you begin with my Halloween 101 post: How to Plan a Halloween Party (12 Steps) to learn the basics of Halloween party planning regardless of age group, and then return here afterwards.
Here are 10 fun Halloween party games for teens that will be sure to get your adolescent guests laughing and having a great time. They’re quick and easy to organize as well, which makes them even better. You’ll find indoor and outdoor games that range from spooky to funny to just plain gross.
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Want to know how to host a Halloween murder mystery party? These unique dinner parties can involve a lot of preparation, so you’ll need to do some work in advance. Don’t worry, though – these types of parties are a lot of fun if they’re well executed, so it’s important to ensure you plan and organize them properly.
Luckily, I’ve got some key tips and best practices to help you break down and simplify the process, starting with choosing the right murder mystery game.
Coming up with Halloween party game ideas for kids isn’t always easy. For one thing, there are a million ideas to choose from, but if you’re like me, you want some that are fun, easy, and safe. If possible, you’d rather they be free or at least inexpensive. Let me take a few moments to tell what works for me and what I recommend in the hopes of saving you some valuable time scouring the internet. If you’re hosting a teen party, you might want to check out these 10 Halloween games for teenagers instead.
Since becoming a father, I’ve begun hosting a Halloween party just for my daughter and her friends. I’ve had to find a number of games and activities to keep them entertained. She’s six at the time of writing this, but the children in question are typically between 3-10 years old, so the games and activities I’ll recommend tend to be a hit with kids anywhere in that age range.
Her Halloween kids parties usually involve 8-12 kids, but these games can easily be adapted to different sizes by dividing the children into smaller groups if necessary.