All Hail All Hallow’s Eve
Festive, fun, and anything but frightful, celebrate Halloween with these pumpkin themed ideas
Photo Courtesy of Bryan Haeffele
A good Halloween party needs good décor. And it doesn’t need to be spooky.
This pumpkin tunnel goes above and beyond by drawing guests through the lighted carved tunnel. These hand-carved pumpkins are all unique and glowing to entice.
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If you’re dressing up, dress up your pumpkins too. This 50,000 pumpkin installation doesn’t use traditional candles to keep the jack o’lanterns glowing, but LED lighting to create variety and depth. Lights can be set to one color scheme or transition as the night goes on.
Photo Courtesy of Meredith Andrews
Halloween is all about dressing up. Your entertainment should be dressed to impress too. Here, flapper girls are showcasing large bottles of champagne adorned with small fireworks for a sparkling good time!
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Give your punch a spooky, yet fruity twist with this Wicked Forrest Punch
15 ounces Jägermeister
5 ounces Kirschwasser
2 1/2 ounces velvet falernum
5 ounces hibiscus tea syrup agave syrup
5 ounces fresh lemon juice
2 1/2 ounces passionfruit juice
2 1/2 ounces fresh orange juice
7 1/2 ounces fresh pineapple juice
10 ounces filtered water
10 pinches of angostura bitters
20 ounces ginger beer
Combine all ingredients into a gallon container except the ginger beer and refrigerate.
When time to serve, pour into a punch bowl with big ice cube garnish with orange wheels, lemon wheels, hibiscus flowers, and a couple of chips of food grade dry ice.