Corporate and Special Event Planning

Halloween Memories

Halloween Memories
What was your most memorable Halloween costume, I’d love to hear about it.  I think I’d have to say that I have three…the first, my Cinderella costume. Costumes weren’t anything like they are today so you’ll need to try to picture this costume.  It was plastic. It had a mask and a plastic wrap-around, tie at the back “dress”. You can’t even really call it a dress, it was kind of like today’s hospital gowns only not nearly as comfortable…lol…imagine something that is not as comfortable as a hospital gown.  Did you ever wear one of these costumes, it would have been in the late 70’s?
Next one, one I made myself and I must say I did an amazing job. I was so proud of myself. I made a camera out of boxes.  I painted them all black and I had a flash on top that I covered with tin foil. It had two arm holes out the sides. I was so excited to take it to school and show all my friends. I got on the bus and managed to damage it within the first 5 minutes of the ride. Didn’t ruin it but I had worked so hard on it and to have it damaged that quickly was hugely disappointing.
Lastly, certainly not one of my best pieces of work but I still remember it (maybe it’s because of the other memories that go along with the costume). It was at the age where we went out just for the fun it. We were really too old to be going out but it was certainly the cool thing to do.  I went out as a mime with my friend Kristi. We both dressed in black and white, the opposite of each other. If I wore a white shirt, she wore a black shirt. I wore black pants, she wore white pants, etc… You get the picture.  Really bad and if a kid came to my door dressed like that now they wouldn’t be getting any candy unless they could pull off a spectacular trick!
I want to hear what your favorite costume was. Or even just your favorite Halloween memory.  Share your story with us, we all want to hear.
Julia O’Grady has big vision, fresh ideas and a proven track record in the events industry. She and her team work hard to exceed client expectations and push ITM Events to achieve greater heights. A driven entrepreneur, Julia also manages the business side of ITM Events including human resources, finances, marketing and writing grant and sales proposals. In taking a high level approach to event management, Julia is able to visualize a project from inception to successful execution. She attracts valuable sponsors by offering meaningful opportunities to engage with participants. Julia uses her keen analytical mind to create incredible events that maximize the available budget. When Julia isn’t planning unforgettable events, she loves travelling the world with her family, staying active, and enjoying fine food and martinis.


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