Classy "Ghouls Night Out" Halloween Party

The best part about any holiday is that it's not celebrated just one day a year, but the entire month in which it falls. I love being able to celebrate Halloween for the entire month of October, as there are so many fun things to do and parties to be had. I recently co-hosted a "Ghouls Night Out Party" with some other fabulous Party Bloggers, and I'm so excited to share it with you, today!

This party was great because we had the minds of some amazing creatives behind it. While I honestly did not contribute very much, I loved being involved and seeing these ladies at work. The invitation to the party was created by Sara from Confetti Sunshine; it was perfect for our "Ghouls Night"- classy, simple, and matched our color scheme of black, white, and gold. The party was held at Chelsey's, of Houswife 2 Hostess, home. It was the perfect setting for our Classy Halloween Party as she had already decorated for the season. The food was prepared by Caroline of Armelle Blog. She has an incredible talent for creating beautiful and delicious recipes and served us Halloween Pumpkin Cream Puffs and Pumpkin Soup with Parmesan Cob Webs. (SO good!) We also had a show stopping hot chocolate bar put together by Sandy from Sandy A La Mode. It had all of the fixings any hot chocolate lover could want!

Since this was a Halloween Party, we all decided to dress up and match our color scheme. I created my Bat Costume just for the occasion and am excited to be sharing that DIY with you, soon! I love that we all went with classy costumes that really stand the test of time- a bat, a cat, a witch, an Egyptian, and Mary Poppins.

For this party we worked with the incredibly talented Diana Putnam Photography. She was such a fun guest to have and also took these stunning photographs. We also had the pleasure of working with Tai Pan Trading who provided some of our Halloween Decor. Be sure to check them out if you live in Utah for all of your holiday decorating needs!


amy said...

SO FUN!!! :) :)
i love all of your costumes, the decorations, and the eats!

Ashley said...

I love that you made your costume. That's so creative! Doesn't your mom throw a big halloween party too? I loved seeing these fun parties on your blog. Those framed pictures are so creepy! Looks like a fun night.

Kathy McCarthy said...

How fun! This looks like a fantastic party. Every little part of it looked amazing. Thanks for sharing this with us. Your photos are fantastic.


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