Our witches night out Halloween party will surely be a spooky good time. Invite your closest friends, dress up in your witchiest outfits, and enjoy the this haunting holiday.
My friends and family know that I tend to go all out when it comes to holidays. I especially love Halloween, so I am always looking for excuses to dress up and celebrate.
So, of course, I had to throw a witches' night out extravaganza. I invited all my closest friends, told them to wear their best witch outfits, and started planning.
Although I love going all out for events, I like to make the whole event as easy as possible to put together. Sure, I come up with a design board on Pinterest to put some ideas together, but I love to make it simple.
One of the best things about throwing a Halloween-themed party is that you don't have to decorate. For this witchy party, you can use all of the spooky decorations that you already have out for the holiday.
Creepy spiderwebs, jack-o-lanterns, and ghosts are perfectly on theme for this party. It is such a cute idea to set out your best broom and use it as a decoration to match the witch theme.
You could also set out a cauldron to set the scene even more. Bonus points if you put snacks in the cauldrons.
Next, you need to plan out the party foods. You can't go wrong with this adorable Halloween worms in dirt recipe. It looks creepy and tastes divine.
We also recommend our charbooterie board. It is super fun and incredibly easy to make, plus it has a bit of everything, so even the pickiest eater will enjoy it. I love charcuterie boards, especially when they follow a cute theme.
These Halloween mocktails are spooktacular. It is absolutely delicious, and the dry ice makes it look especially ominous. You have a tasty drink and another decoration for the party!
There are plenty of Halloween candies you can also put out on your food table. Little pumpkin candies, Halloween cookies, and candy corn are perfect options for your treat table.
We definitely recommend having a costume contest at this spine-chillingly amazing party. Encourage everyone to dress up and have a prize for whoever has the best costume.
If not everyone wants to dress up, you can have a costume contest based on who has the best hat. Witches are all about their hat, so have your guests create a creepy witches hat instead of dressing up if that makes them more comfortable.
If you are doing a mini gal witches party, be sure to check out our Halloween books for kids that you may want to read at the party.
You can also have a scavenger hunt where your guests can hunt for tasty treats and Amazon goodies. Amazon has the best Halloween goodies that are cheap and adorable.
I find that live music is one way to make a party extra special. You don't have to have live music the whole time, but you could have a fun witch dance party to some great music.
Plenty of eerie Halloween playlists are also out there if you are looking for better price options. Dance to the classics like Monster Mash and Thriller. Witches love to dance too!
I don't see printed invitations anymore, and that makes me sad! I remember running to the mailbox and looking forward to getting fun mail (now I only get bills...). Anyway, I recommend printing spooky invitations for this party.
It sets up the scene and lets your guests know how spooky the party will be. Plus, they will be excited when they get something fun in the mail.
And there you have it! Make this witches night out party as simple as can be so you can enjoy the witchiness of it without stressing about hosting.
Give your friends big hugs when you see them, but be careful that you don't knock over their witch hats! Happy haunting!