Halloween Party Ideas That Kids Will Love

by Tonya Staab

Looking for scary and not-so-scary Halloween party ideas that your kids will love? Check out these spooktacular ideas.

Slasher party

A boy wearing a slasher costume and holding a red velvet naked cake with a knife and blood on it.

From a naked red velvet cake covered in ‘blood’ to individual ice ‘scream’ tubs, and bloody milkshakes older kids will love this party. Slasher might not be suitable for little ones, but bigger kids will love this idea paired with a scary movie. You can find all the details on setting up your own Slasher party on Party City.

Black cat party

a girl wearing a black cat mask and holding a black cat cupcake

This black cat party is fun for all ages and the perfect way to celebrate not only Black Cat Day but Halloween too. You can check out my black cat day post for a list of movies to watch while decorating masks and enjoying treats. All of the details to set up your own black cat party are over at Party City.

Dead and breakfast

donuts covered with spiders and tea for a dead and breakfast Halloween party

Who said Halloween parties had to be later in the day? Host a Dead and Breakfast brunch. There’s no better way to kick off Halloween. I’m sharing decor ideas and powdered donut eggs covered in spiders on my Dead and Breakfast Inn post. Now head over to Pinterest for more fabulous Halloween breakfast ideas such as dracula pancakes, banana ghosts, and cookie-cutter shaped homemade Pop-Tarts.

Jack Skellington party

Jack Skellington Halloween party ideas

Host a Jack Skellington themed outdoor movie night with these fun ideas like Jack Skellington cake pops, popcorn tubs, costumes, and decor ideas.

Harry Potter Halloween party

Harry Potter Halloween party ideas for kids.

Harry Potter and Halloween seem to just go hand-in-hand. We hosted an epic Harry Potter Halloween party years ago for the twins. There was a magician, Harry Potter movies, yummy food, and fun photo props.

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