Throwing a themed get together doesn’t have to be hard or expensive. You just have to have all the right elements!
My friend and I do a theme like this every fall, fall is definitely our second favorite season to celebrate together (Christmas is first!). We have been getting together like this since we were in preschool! Anyways, this year, I really just wanted to try out some new recipes and have everything revolve around my favorite fall element, pumpkins!
Okay, so let’s get to it! All the things we did to have an easy pumpkin themed party!
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First, you need to set the tone inside.
Fall decor, twinkle lights, some jazzy or classical music and light all your favorite fall scents. Check out this post I did about turning your house into the perfect fall day! That will help set the perfect mood.
Also, buy some cheap pumpkins at the store and set them by your porch or lining the sidewalk. Carve a few for inside that can be lit up to make the ambiance perfect!
Another great addition to the ambiance is to make your own autumn room spray with this easy recipe! Your home will smell like the perfect fall day!
You will definitely need all treats pumpkin themed!
Crockpot Pumpkin Maple Lattes which are great for a party.
For dips, cut open tiny sugar pumpkins and dig out the inside. Put all your dips in those!
Parties are always more fun when you get to make something fun. We did a fun, super easy Shabby Chic Pumpkin which I posted earlier this week. Something easy and affordable is always the way to go.
You can also save some old plastic pots and make these DIY Jack o Lantern Planters (it’s almost free!).
Check out this list of really fun Halloween movies that are perfect to watch. If you want a small pumpkin carving party, watching a movie is the perfect idea!
Pumpkin Party Favors!
Party favors are always fun to send home with your friends. I made a little goodie bag of all my favorite pumpkin things right now. It’s just fun to give everyone something special to enjoy!
These DIY pumpkin buckets are a cute, cheap idea for that too!
You can also bag up homemade popcorn balls, rice krispies treats, and just regular Halloween Candy!
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