Fright Night @ the Englands 2016

Ok, so I totally didn’t get around to posting about this back in 2016!!  But finally, here is a breakdown of our first Halloween party in our new house, and for the first time, we had plenty of space to buy extra pumpkins!DSC_1181

I decided to have another traditional Halloween theme, and I hope to be able to re-use what I have for years to come, and merely supplement what we have rather than changing the theme every year.  This is part of our attempt to avoid having too much waste and to re-use and recycle where we can.

Creep it real

As I said, this was the first time we have been able to decorate more than one room for Halloween, and to have outside space to use – I took full advantage of this, and had a perfect excuse to visit a local pumpkin patch to fill a wheelbarrow full of them!


Eat, drink & be scary!

I love coloured pasta, and bought the monochrome bow variety for our party.  The cheeseboard was sourced from, and for pudding, we had chocolate mousse graveyards.  The bar looked particularly macabre too.

Double double toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble

It wouldn’t be a party either, without some dry ice from – this stuff is just so amazing!

Hell is empty and all the devils are here

Thank you to our lovely guests for joining us, and for making such an effort with the costumes:)

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