Corporate and Special Event Planning

Halloween Party Food

Halloween Party Food
So, our girls have asked if we can have a Halloween party. I haven’t been as great lately at throwing wicked parties and remembering special family moments as usual since I started this company. So although I have a hockey game I have to plan in Perth on the Friday night, a concert I have to attend on the Friday night and a party to attend on the Saturday night I have agreed that we can have a family Halloween party on the Saturday from 1-4.  It should be lots of fun.  Mekayla has picked out the games she wants to play and has started to pull together what she needs to run them.
The party is pretty straight forward, there are only really two requirements. The first that everyone must wear a costume, including the adults and everyone must bring a spooky snack.  We did something similar a few years ago but costumes weren’t required, spooky treats were though.  A friend of ours made the coolest veggie and dip tray ever. The dip poured out of a mouth so it looked like puke, it was awesome.  We made hot dog mummy’s (you’ll see them in the link I’m about to share) and some kind of ghost thing but I forget what they were made of.
Making spooky treats is surprisingly really fun.  They are fun to make and even more fun to eat.  Kids and adults love them.  Check out this collection of cool Halloween snacks. If you’re having a party or attending a party this year I dare you to try one.  Send us photos we’d love to see what you created.  I will be certain to post our photos on Facebook. Be sure to check them out.
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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