A Spooktacular Halloween Kids’ Party

A Spooktacular Halloween Kids’ Party

Get some killer ideas for a trick or treat filled kids’ Halloween party and follow our tips on hosting and decorate your own spooky party celebration.

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Put an Aussie spin on a carved pumpkin by carving a scary face from a pineapple. Place a candle in its open mouth for extra wow factor! Boo!

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Spell out scary and playful words with balloon letters.

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Serve blood red cordial in glass milk bottles. Decorate straws with paper bats or plastic spiders by gluing them to the side of paper straws.

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Ice and decorate doughnuts with ghoul faces using sweets and coloured icing.

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Popcorn is a fast and bulk-friendly option for a treat. Pop on some kids Halloween movies and fill paper party cups with popcorn for them to feast on.

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Choose a Halloween outfit that your kids can continue to wear after the spooky celebrations. Like t-shirts and jumpers with creepy characters and monster patterns. a spooktacular Halloween kids’ party on www.childmagsblog.com

Clothes + Styling + Food Billie & Kate / Balloons Born To Party / Letter Balloons Poppies For Grace / Tassel Table Garland Cherry On Top / Striped Plates + Straws Little Monster Party / Doughnuts Krispy Kreme / Willis Wears I Love Minti + Converse + Alpha Basics / Hutch Wears Louis Louise + Converse + Fallen Broken Street


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Jade Warne, 34, lives in Sydney, NSW, and is mum to Valentine, 1, and Winifred, 7. Jade is the editor and producer behind parenting and lifestyle blog Hipster Mum and owns her own photography biz. You can find her work via her wonderful blog or follow her on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

Big thanks to Willis, 8 and Hutch, 10.

Words by Jenna Templeton / Images & Styling by Jade Warne

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