Halloween Party Guest List: Phase 1

Hi Ya’ll

Today, I’m giving you some tips and offering up an important question to consider when putting together your Halloween guest list.

The main question you need to ask yourself is this: Who do I want to celebrate Halloween with? Meaning, do you want your party to be a kid-friendly affair, an adults-only dinner party, a work mixer, a family block party, or something else entirely?

Tip: Don’t force it! Try to be realistic when it comes to your guest list. If you answer this question honestly, you should be able to easily put together an appropriate list of folks to invite.

So tell me, who are you planning to invite to your Halloween bash? If you’ve already given this some thought, let me know in the comments section below.

I can’t wait to hear about the guests your extraordinary Halloween experiences will include!

P.S. This is only the first phase of planning your guest list… more on this important topic soon!

8 thoughts on “Halloween Party Guest List: Phase 1

    • I suggest choosing a theme, like Alice in Wonderland or Nightmare Before Christmas for the theme of your birthday party. This not only gives all the guests a jumping off point for costumes, but it also contains the party so that it doesn’t just seem like a regular Halloween party with a miss mash of costumes. Themed birthday parties are fun, so this is an opportunity for everyone to still dress up a la’ Halloween, but it also gives a cohesive reason for the celebration. Bonus tip: The cake can be the shape of a tea cup or something from the movie. Little touches like that can help to tie everything together! Charlie and the Chocolate Factory would also be a fun one… I can’t wait to hear about what you come up with, Muchin. I hope this answers your question!

      • sweet thanks! Actually my friend’s wife is planning the party, I think she is going to have a theme. Will show you pics!

        now I just have to figure out what to wear… 😀

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