A party with a house full of children can be downright scary -- and we're not even talking about the Halloween factor, either. If you're brave enough to host a kids' halloween party, we love the great tips the Williams-Sonoma site offers.
Simple is the best route, and while these tips may involve few steps the impact is great.
- For party invitations, WS suggests making having kids trace cookie cutters on orange construction papers and then writing information with glitter pens.
- For decoration, orange and black paper chains will do the trick.
- The table setting can feature jack o'lantern paper plates made from black and orange plates.
As for the food, WS recommends Halloween sugar cookies, popcorn balls and ants on a log. There is even a caramel apple video tutorial on the site as well as recipes for the aforementioned caramel apples, popcorn ghosts, and Blood-Red Punch.
For more tips and recipes, visit the Williams-Sonoma Web site.