Boo-tiful Halloween Ball

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  • Boo-tiful Ball Bunting8/25
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  • Boo-tiful Halloween Ball10/25
  • Boo-tiful Ball Dessert Table11/25
  • Boo-tiful Ball Pumpkin Cookie12/25
  • Boo-tiful Ball Hair Ties13/25
  • Boo-tiful Ball Treat Bags14/25
  • Boo-tiful Ball Treat Station15/25
  • Boo-tiful Ball Treats16/25
  • Boo-tiful Ball Cookie Box17/25
  • Boo-tiful Ball Oreo Pops18/25
  • Boo-tiful Ball Ghost Cookies19/25
  • Boo-tiful Ball Juice20/25
  • Boo-tiful Ball Dessert Table Overview21/25
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We celebrated Halloween with a Boo-tiful Ball ghouls night out that was both fun and fab-boo-lous! Our space was decorated in a lavender, gray, black and white color palette, and the girly ghost printables designed by Jen T by Design were the perfect ghoulish touch. Our backdrop was adorned with a boo-tiful balloon arch, and mylar "boo" balloons received a make-over with a little bit of lavender spray paint; splatter paint helped transform them even further. Our chairs received a facelift with DIY ghost chair covers, which were created from white felt, and adorned with purple bows - they had to be girly after all!

The little ghouls arrived in their costumes, then after a quick pizza dinner, set about crafting the night away. They painted a wooden pumpkin from Oriental Trading, then decorated a glittery mask. Once they were finished with their crafts, they had their nails polished and received a glittery up-do. We danced to the Monster Mash and Thriller until we couldn't dance anymore, then all the ghouls strutted their stuff down the runway in our Sugar and Spice fashion show. We rounded out the night with a (not so) scary movie with popcorn balls. Before the ghouls left for the evening, they visited our trick or treat station and filled their bags with both candy and non-candy treats. They especially loved the spider rings and hair ties from Plum Polka Dot!

 

We had such a ball with all the boo-tiful ghouls and can't wait to celebrate with them again this year!

 

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