Check out these spooky Halloween party decor ideas below. This list is full of all things Halloween with a spooky twist. If you want to give your guests a fright, check this list out. These Halloween party ideas might be exactly what you are looking for.
I tend to run on the less spooky side of Halloween, but I know many love to go all out. I wanted to create a list that would help you find a way to make your Halloween Bash over the top in fun and decorations. These could be great adult Halloween party ideas. Here are even more Halloween Door Decorations for home or school.
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Spooky Halloween Party Decor Ideas
1.) Potion Labels from Tikkido
Print off these eerie potion labels to add onto bottles around your home. It will give you a fun theme for your party. Place them around your home, add drinks into bottles and more.
2.) Skull Wreath from Pink Fortitude
Instead of buying a wreath, consider making your own. This skull wreath gives you all the feels of Halloween. Hang it on your front door or even on a wall in your home.
3.) Mummy Candle Holder from Just Paint It Blog
Make a few of these to place on the mantle of your home, or even the table where you plan to serve dinner. The candlelight will add a nice feel to your dinner, and the mummy is a perfect touch.
4.) Fishnet Jars from Cutefetti
Check out this fun and easy fishnet painted jars. Dimmer lighting offers a more eerie feeling, and these mason jars will do the job. Add in some other decor pieces and watch your home transform.
5.) Dollar Store Wreath from Small Stuff Counts
Don’t spend tons on a wreath, check out this quick and easy Dollar Store Halloween Wreath! With a few supplies and a little time you can dress up your front door or walls in the home with this wreath.
6.) Glitter Skulls from The Purple Pumpkin Blog
Pair next to some ghost, goblins, or furry spiders and this will add a nice pop of color to your party decorations! Or add a few of these in the center of the dinner table for a quick and easy design.
7.) Spooky Bats from Made Everyday
Dress up your walls in a fun and creative way. With a little time, you can give the element of flying bats. They showed how you could do this indoor or outside.
8.) Ghost Candy Stand from Sadies SeasonedGoods
I love the idea of a candy bowl at a Halloween Party. Instead of just a bowl, you can dress it up into a ghost. I love the idea of this and the simplicity of it. Can really dress up a room.
9.) Spider Light Centerpieces from Lady Behind The Curtains
Check out this easy Halloween Craft. This would make a fantastic centerpiece for your dessert table, home table and more. Give this spider craft a try.
10.) Spooky Mason Jar Holders from Two Sisters Crafting
A little paint, plastic spiders, and googly eyes, this mason jar holder is a great way to give your silverware a Halloween spin. Give this easy Halloween decor craft a try.
11.) Halloween Menu Chalkboard from Sawdust Girl
Showcase what is on the menu for your Halloween feast in a fun way. This is a really easy way to showcase your menu but in a special way that can really dress up the room.
12.) Crystal Ball from Flamingo Toes
Crystal balls offer a spooky feel, and these Halloween inspired ones will be great to make and add into your party decor for Halloween.
13.) K Cup Halloween Garland from The Kim Six Fix
Save back your K Cups and make this garland that is made of jack o lantern decor. Hang from your ceiling, mantle, or just on the wall in your home.
14.) Ping Pong Ball Ghost Lights from Unoriginal Mom
Transform ping pong balls into ghost lights for your Halloween themed party. A great decor piece that will really add a creepy feel to the room.
15.) Bone Yard Lantern from Oh My Creative
Wow, look at this incredible spooky Halloween DIY! Sit this on a table next to all your snacks and treats and give it that Halloween vibe instantly.
16.) Spooky Display from I Heart Nap Time
Make this your backdrop for all your Halloween decorations. It is so easy to make, affordable and really steps up that theme you are going for.
17.) Giant Spider Web from My Untangled Life
This spiderweb really creates a feel for your home before people enter for your Halloween party. This is a step-by-step guide on how to make your own spider web.
18.) Halloween Tomato Cage Tree from Two Twenty One
Make this for indoors or out, and it is the perfect Halloween craft you can use over and over each year. I love the black next to the bright deep purple.
19.) Halloween Costume Trophies from Mom Luck
If you plan to host a costume party, offer a trophy in a creepy way with this three-headed skeleton! They offer a variety of styles to make with these skeletons.
20.) Skully Candle Holder from Endlessly Inspired
You can make your own candle holder with just a few supplies and a little time. A creative idea that will save you money instead of paying full price or one in the store.
21.) Bone Mobile From A Wee Meenit
Look at how eerie this bone mobile is. It takes a handful of minutes to make and you can hang it outdoors or even indoors from the ceiling. It really offers that creepy Halloween feel.
22.) Window Cover from Jay’s Cup
Check out this window cover that you could do for your party? A little cardboard, paint and a few supplies and watch it give your home a whole new feel.
23.) Skeleton Garden from Sweet Something Designs
I really think this could be an inexpensive way to allow your backyard or front transform for the holiday. If you have guest indoors and out it might be fun for a few outdoor decorations.
24.) Dollar Tree Garland from Juliana Michael’s
Whether you hang this from your front door or place it in an entryway in your home, it could send off creepy vibes. Do skeletons to hang or even big fuzzy spiders.
25.) $3 Skull Ghosts from House Of Handmade
Wow, this is a $3 craft that couldn’t get any easier. Hang in your home or from a tree in your yard. Either way, it will make people stop in their tracks!