Tuesday, October 5, 2010

A Twist on Traditonal: Halloween Party Set and a Special 24 Hour Discount

We are so excited to introduce the first set in our collection of Party Decoration Kits! This Halloween party set features traditional black and orange Halloween colors, but we gave it a twist by adding unexpected patterns such as damask, stripes and polka dots to make it feel fresh.

This Halloween Party Set can be purchased on our website as either a Do-It-Yourself Printable PDF set or as a Pre-Printed Set. All of the items featured can also be purchased individually as well.

Over the weekend we put together a Halloween Party table to showcase our new Twist on Traditional Halloween Party Set! We hope this will get you in the mood to start planning a spooky get together of your own. All of the details about this party table, as well as where we purchased the items we used can be found below.


All the Details:
Table Decor:
We used platters, glass containers, bowls and a two-tier iron basket that we already had on hand. This is a great way to save money and use all those serving pieces you have sitting around.

We started out by draping our table with an inexpensive orange plastic table cloth from Hobby Lobby. Next we added a little texture by draping a creepy black spider web table covering that we found at Dollar General over it to add interest. We completed our table set up by adding another inexpensive black plastic table cloth, also from Hobby Lobby, behind the table.
The following Halloween items helped to finish off our table decor:

- Witches Way Buffet Sign - Dollar Tree
- Black Basket with Orange and White Liner - Dollar General
- Plastic Spider, Bat and Skull Rings - Dollar Tree
- Black and purple jack-o-lantern - Hobby Lobby
- Black Tissue Pom on the side of the table - Posh House Originals
Black and White Striped Ribbon - Hobby Lobby
- Black and Orange Polka Dot Cupcake Liners - CupcakeSocial on Etsy 

                                                                     Party Food:
We made lots of easy to eat party foods and tried to stick to things that fit within the black and orange theme when possible. We include cheese puffs, black licorice, popcorn, "children of the" corn chips, caramel apples, "orange you scared" punch, orange and white cupcakes and "don't be a" chicken roll-ups.
The "don't be a" chicken roll-ups were made from a friend's mom's recipe (Thanks Joy). We added our own Halloween spin to it by changing the name slightly to fit our party theme. We have included a downloadable copy of the recipe below to help get your Halloween Party menu started!


We are offering 10% off your entire purchase from Posh House Originals for the next 24 hours. Use the coupon code October5 to receive your discount today!

1 comment:

  1. lov'n 6 1/2 months, but yes i am already thinking of what to do for the boys' 1st i'll be checking in regularly to see if you have ventured out into the kiddo's party themed world!