My friend Amber is getting married this fall, and as her party planning bridesmaid, I had the privilege of throwing her a Ghoul’s Night Out bachelorette party! I love Halloween theme parties, and since fall weddings are becoming more and more popular, you have the perfect opportunity to throw a spooky, sexy bachelorette party, too.
I decided early on in my planning to use the hot pink and black color scheme along with our amazing line of Halloween Ghouls Night Out Invitations and Party Favors. I sent out a Ghoul’s Night Out Halloween Invitation to each guest six weeks in advance and designed an eye-popping party table to wow the bride-to-be when she walked in.
Before heading out for a night of dancing, I wanted to make sure the girls were "well-nourished" and "hydrated". Chocolate cupcakes with bright pink icing and delicious raspberry cosmos did the job.
I easily made a bright draped backdrop for my table with inexpensive hot pink and black table covers. The backdrop framed the bold Ghoul’s Night Out Halloween Party Theme Banner I hung in the center. I loved how the graphics on the banner matched my invite and other party favors to tie the whole look together.
The centerpiece I made for the party table was a snap! Black and hot pink feather boas spilled out of extra large decorative martini glasses. Hot pink high heel shoes (which I spray painted and covered in glitter) sat in the center, and black and pink glitter pumpkins finished off the look.
All the tiny details are what made the table special! A witch's black bird perched on one of the martini glasses, hidden among a hot pink feather boa.
A Ghoul’s Night Out Halloween Theme Candy Bar Wrapper made each of my chocolate favors an instant hit! I put them front and center on the party table, where they coordinated well with my other themed party favors.
Glitter pumpkins were an easy and inexpensive decoration which I grouped in twos and threes all over the table. They tied in the Halloween theme while also adding some much needed glitter and shine!
The girls went crazy over my handmade raspberry cosmopolitans! We got the night started off right by each having one of these delicious concoctions. I brought in a little spooky Halloween by handpainting black "blood" along the bottom of each glass. And I couldn't resist a hot pink sugar rim to match the theme!
I made sure each of the girls grabbed a water decorated with a Ghoul’s Night Out Halloween Party Water Bottle Label. Not only were they a great favor but the water kept us hydrated throughout the long night. By the way, that cute glitter skull was a great dollar store find that matched the table decor perfectly!
Chocolate, chocolate, and more chocolate! These hot pink chocolate cupcakes were gone before I knew it. With hot pink icing, some pink decorative sugar, and spider rings, these easy desserts made a huge impact at a low cost.
These made-from-scratch raspberry mousse cups were a decadent dessert that guests loved. The final product was light and delicious and paired well with our raspberry cosmos.
The girls popped their goodies into a Ghoul’s Night Out Halloween Party Favor Bag to take home with them. The labels were a cute touch and matched my other Ghoul's Night Out decorations, too.
Have fun planning your Halloween theme bachelorette party, and make sure to take a look at more detailed posts on my Ghoul's Night Out party, too: