Fresh Ideas for Your Next Halloween Costume Party

Posted in Costume ideas, Decorations, Dress-up, Free invitations & thank you cards, Games & activities, General, Halloween Characters, halloween history, halloween ideas, Halloween party, haunted house, invitations, Movies, Party Supplies, Popular Costumes, Theme Party, trick or treat on September 10th, 2015
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If you want to throw a party this year and you are looking for a new idea, think about some of these great ones!

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Brief History of Halloween

Posted in child costumes, Costume ideas, Decorations, Games & activities, General, goulies, Halloween Characters, halloween history, halloween ideas, Halloween party, haunted house, Movies, Party Supplies, pet costumes, pirates, Popular Costumes, Theme Party, trick or treat on September 4th, 2015
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Just where did Halloween come from anyways?

Halloween, better known in parts of the world and in history as All Hallow’s Eve has been around for centuries but as with everything else, the holiday has evolved some. Today’s traditions involve trick-or-treating, haunted houses visits, carving pumpkins, bonfires and even costume parties. But that wasn’t always the case.

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As Summer winds down…Pool Party!!!

Posted in avengers, BBQ, Costume ideas, Decorations, Free invitations & thank you cards, Games & activities, General, invitations, kids ideas, Movies, Party Supplies, pool party, Theme Party, Uncategorized on August 24th, 2015
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As summer is winding down, now is a great time to throw a pool party for the kids. Invite their camp friends, summer friends and school friends to reconnect.

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The Haunting History of Halloween

Posted in General on June 9th, 2011
Trick or treat?

Trick or treat? We all know Halloween, October 31st, the night of ghoulish fiends, trick-or-treating, and costume parties galore. Amongst all this scary fun people might wonder where this tradition began. Halloween has a fascinating history that is long and varied and begins way back in Celtic times. The traditional Celtic festival of Samhain (pronounced sow-en), was considered to be the Celtic New Year and it holds the very roots of the modern-day tradition of Halloween. It was at this time that the Celts were wrapping up their harvest season and preparing for winter. This was also the day that these people believed that the veil between the world of the living and the world of the dead was at its thinnest, allowing the spirits of the dead to pass through into the living world. Costumes tradition The tradition of wearing costumes is tied up in this belief that the …

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