Whether your birthday is falling in the Halloween season or not, whether you are an October child or not, Halloween-themed birthdays are meant to be celebrated! If you like to bring a spooky touch to your big day, you are on the right track because now is the time to invest in some scary Halloween decorations, Halloween costumes, or shirts and banners. And, don’t forget to order a creepy-looking cake, batty cupcakes, and red-bloody drinks for your Halloween themed birthday party.
Make your bash to remember with this fabulous fall season theme – Halloween.
Halloween Birthday Decorations
One of the effortless DIYs for a Halloween birthday party is to create paper lanterns with a hint of spookiness. Start making lanterns with sturdy but flexible paper of any color, but we prefer to choose Halloween colors such as orange, yellow, green, and red. Do some jack-o-lantern inspired clip art or paint haunting eyes and smile on them. Don’t miss out on adding studs and gauze. When lit in the dark with yellow bulbs, you will feel the real creepiness!
Take Halloween to your tables with such eye-popping cobweb placemats. You cannot imagine how eerie it looks when placed under glass/clear plates. If you want to make one at home, all you need is puff paint and parchment paper. Draw a web shape and leave it overnight to dry.
When you are out of ideas, remind yourself about unnerving skull-shaped centerpieces or glass planters that are the must-have for an authentic Halloween vibe. Showcasing this white finessed floral centerpiece on a dinner table will bring a whole new mood to the party!
Obviously, you have to send invites for your party, but how about bringing a petrifying twist to your invitations? Kiss goodbye to a simple paper invitation and start creating your spooky invitations in an old vintage style for a good haunting time.
These Halloween birthday cards must have a spooky design, such as giant spiders, cobwebs, mummies, bones, and skeletons, etc. And don’t forget to mention the theme of your event in creepy typography.
Paper Pumpkin Balls
And how can you not include a pumpkin in your Halloween birthday party? Instead of wasting money on pumpkins, make yourself a wide assortment of paper pumpkins in multiple colors, styles, cuts, and faces. For crafting appalling facial features, you can use black construction paper.
Black Cat Twinkle Lights
Black cats and Halloween go hand in hand! You can order black cat twinkle lights from any shop, but you can make these at home, too. It looks sophisticated and brings subtle darkness. Besides, a cat-shaped garland featuring sparkling eyes seems really amazing. Always use a hole puncher for punching symmetrical eyes.
For a perfect backdrop, you need a banner that must show how much you are into Halloween. It is the best part of any outdoor decoration and a quick way to dress up your front porch nicely. You can find unlimited varieties of cute or creepy, colorful or black banners. The banners can have your name but do add intimidating taglines such as “here for boos,” “trick or treat,” “October witches,” etc.
Bleach Pen Napkins
Your table setting has to be in accordance with the Halloween happy birthday theme, and one of the most affordable ways is to complement your spooky table with sinister bleach pen napkins. On the one hand, you can make your guests happy with delightful dishes. On the other hand, you can indulge them with your astounding napkins.
Meri Meri Sugar Skull Plates
Not a fan of skull centerpiece? Replace it with cute yet stunning festive plates in a unique skull shape. It needs to be on your dessert table for your Halloween birthday. These tremendous Sugar Skull plates are available in multi-color, monochrome, and holographic styles. Bring a little extra color and scary stylish touch to the Halloween table setting!
Black Glittery Garlands – spiderweb or bats
Your Halloween birthday is literally incomplete without having glittery or basic garlands in solid black color with eye-catching spiderwebs or mysterious bat silhouettes. Get multiples to hang them around the house for creating a scary atmosphere. Give your Halloween decor an extra dimension. Absolutely worth buying!
Spiderweb table cloth
Look for the uncanny spiderweb tablecloths to decore your dinner table. One made with black uniquely patterned lace will surely complement your skull centerpieces and plate, as well as cobweb placemats.
Broom Candy Bags
Bring a new style to your birthday with these cute little broom candy bags. These are easy to create and let you save your effort, money, and time. Stuff these candy bags with your favorite candies and hand them out!
Bat Napkin Rings
Cobweb napkins? Check! Spider placemats? Check! Skull piece? Check! Spiderweb tablecloth? Check! What else can you do? Ah, you are forgetting napkin rings. To keep them classy and equally spooky, have some bat-shaped napkin rings—an ideal item to add extra flair.
Everyone has mirrors in their homes, so why not make them a part of your Halloween themed birthday party? Using dark red lipstick, make some scratches, spots, and patterns or write down a petrifying note on the mirror.
Take your Halloween birthday decorations outside with these tombstones nicely placed in front or back yard. It will surely change everyone’s mood, bringing a ghostly feel.
Halloween Birthday Food Ideas
Spooky Eyeball Jello Shots
If you are arranging a party for your kid, you need to organize a corner with these weird eyeball shots made with jello. These sweet shots will become everyone’s favorite in no time. But remember, your jello better be red to give something blood-like look.
Easy to make, Delicious to eat, and Joyful to see! This creepier snack is made with pretzels decorating them with green chocolate.
Long and Short Monster Fingers
In case you need something savory but similar to witches’ fingers, here is your answer: monster fingers. You will make it with breadstick dough and cover their ends with the topping of your choice. Prefer going with almonds and poppy seeds.
Sausage Meatball Mummies
Make sure that you have a big platter of sausage mummies served at the table. You cannot only impress guests by showing these wrapped meatball mummies but also offer them a taste to remember! And, yes, give these treats circular, big eyes.
Listen y’all, the fans of cheese! These cheese spiders are your dream come true dish that looks creepy but unapologetically cute. All you need is the creative mind to make it in multiple ways. Make a breadcrumb fur and chow mein noodle legs, viola!
Never miss out on the opportunity to set your dessert table with this scrumptious treat. It will not be an actual Halloween unless you have some caramel stuck in your teeth! These irresistibly cute caramel apples look inviting.
Spider Ice Cubes
Ice cubes with the twist of skittishness! Sneaking spider ice cubes in your red drinks is what your guests will be least expecting.
Halloween Birthday Cakes
Meringue Bone Palace Halloween Cake
Poison Apple Cake
Help Me! Cake and Raven Feather Cupcakes
White Walker Dragon Cake
Halloween Cat Cake
Halloween Layer Cake
Towering Haunted House Cake
Striped Bat Cut-Out Halloween Cake
Evil Eyes Halloween Cake
Creepy Skull Cake
Spider Web Cake
Pumpkin Patch Cakes
- Put together a Halloween birthday playlist
- Set up a photobooth with Halloween props
- Plan a horror movie night in the backyard
- Plan out a perfect Halloween birthday party menu