Throwing a Memorable Party This Halloween
Throwing a Memorable Party
Some people manage to have a hit every time they throw a party. This can ne because of the food, the other guests, or other things. But, there is a way to make certain your party is the one longest remembered.
Decorate with some really different and memorable items. Give surprises when unexpected. Here you will find some items that are sure to start conversations. Some are sold for Halloween, but you can use them on many other occasions.
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Here each guest gets the surprise at a different time. It should generate quite a buzz as people try to determine who might have seen it. CThis toilet seat cover should allow the toilet seat to be raised for use, and will encourage having it returned to the closed position.
Where Do You Decorate?
Whether it is an indoor or an outdoor party, there must be access to a restroom. Do you remember to leave a nice decoration in the restroom? Look at this possibility! A scary toilet seat cover can be a very nice touch. Just expect, as word spreads, a busy restroom as guests simply must see what you have in there. My personal favorite is the oen mouthed shark, but there are many others to choose from at Amazon.
Perhaps this idea will go a log way. It might go even better if you freeze a little red food coloring into a few ice cubes. As they melt the water turns red.
Halloween Food Mold
Add some food with macabre shapes. Some food simply needs a little food coloring for effect, but other food items need to be shaped int o something, well, scary or gross. Just search Amazon aand you can fine a vert large selection of Halloween food molds.
Make a statement at the entrance. Better still, if you are hosting a party, use the skeleton on a toilet to show guests which door leads to the restroom. It helps the guests find what they need, and it keeps the guests from opening doors to private areas where d not want them going.