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By: Kelsey Graves
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Posted in: Halloween, Seasonal/Holiday Parties
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Venue:  Growth Spurts
Location:  Greater Chicago Area

Summary:
This year I wanted to throw a Halloween party that was bright and creative, but not scary because a lot of toddlers would be attending. Thanks to the fun Halloween items at Oriental Trading Company, I was able to bring my vision together. My favorite aspect of the Oriental Trading website was being able to search by color. This really helped me find lots of adorable orange items.

DECOR
I kept the decor within an orange & white color scheme by using chevron fabric, paper fans, mini orange buckets and a chevron spray-painted pumpkin (masking tape + white spray paint).

FOOD
The fall-inspired food included Candy Corn Push-Pops, Scarecrow Crunch, Pumpkin Spice Cookies, Boo Pops and clementine orange "pumkpins" and jack-o-lanterns. Oh - and candy of course! I also served Green Goblin Brew - which was simply green Gatorade.

ACTIVITIES
The adorable toddlers kept busy with a Make-Your-Own Foam Pumpkin Face craft and Candy Corn Bowling from Oriental Trading Company. There was also a jack-o-lantern piñata that the older kids had fun with toward the end of the party!

PRINTABLES
The sweet pumpkin printables were designed by Donna at Swish Printables. I just adore them! She provided food tent cards, water bottle labels, mini candy bar wrappers and treat tags.

PHOTOGRAPHY
The beautiful photos were taken by AnnMarie of Cianne Mitchell Photography in the Chicago-area.

LOCATION
The party was thrown at the cutest children's indoor playspace in Wilmette, IL called Growth Spurts.

*This is a sponsored post for Oriental Trading Company. All opinion are 100% my own. We Heart Parties may have received payment, trade and/or products in exchange for promoting.



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