Halloween is literally right around the corner! Can you believe it? But there is still time to plan your very own Halloween Spooktacular and Kara from Lillian Hope Designs is here to offer up a little inspiration! I think my favorite detail is the lime green chevron backdrop with the bats flying around! What’s yours? Read on to get all the juicy (and budget friendly) details from Kara!
I found this awesome lime green chevron wrapping paper at Target to use as the backdrop and then I designed the rest of the party around it. The bat silhouettes are also from Target. I took a twig wreath that has been sitting in my craft closet forever and spray painted it purple. I then added a mini pennant banner that was made using the printable triangle flags from this collection and folding them over a piece of ribbon. I used black ruffle fabric from Hobby Lobby for the front of the table and added some gauze spider webs over the top of the table. The spiders throughout the party were all originally black and orange. I spray painted a few purple and added glitter spray paint to all of them. I hung a Trick or Treat banner across the front of the buffet table; which is made easily by cutting out the triangles and using glue dots to mount the pieces to ribbon.
The spooky tree and spider web cake stand are both from Target. The spooky tree was purchased many years ago and I added glitter spray paint to jazz it up a bit! The witch brew bucket was purchased at Dollar tree and I jazzed it up with a printable party circle and some tulle. The chandeliers are from the Martha Stewart Halloween collection.
The purple cake stands were made from dollar tree items as seen on Joy’s Hope Blog. I used the same purple spray paint used throughout the party and then of course added glitter spray paint. The chevron favor bags with peek-a-boo hole where made using the tutorial on Kara’s Party Ideas. The witch hat cookies were made by my 7 year old daughter from Barb Schram’s blog!