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Halloween is favourite among everyone; adults, teens, kids, pets, grandparents–seriously, who doesn't love Halloween? Maybe you’re planning a Halloween party, or maybe you’re planning a birthday party with a Halloween theme, whatever it is, we have the best Halloween party ideas to make your child’s celebration a bash.
The people at Party Stuff are fanatics about Halloween, so we’ll give you the scoop on the best themes, decorations, activities, and food. We might even throw in trending costumes for 2022.
First, let's go through the ins and outs of throwing a fun kid’s Halloween party.
Why is Halloween celebrated?
The holiday stems from the ancient Celtic holiday of Samhain (when people would light bonfires and dress up in costumes to fend off spirits). Pope Gregory III established November 1 as a day to celebrate all saints in the ninth century. All Saints Day soon included certain Samhain rituals, and the previous evening was known as All Hallows Eve, and then eventually as Halloween.
Halloween has grown into an evening of dressing up in costumes, going trick or treating, and being a bit spooky.
When should you host a Halloween party?
You can host a Halloween party in advance, but typically they’re no earlier than two weeks before the holiday. That means you should host your kid's Halloween party on or after the 15th of the month.
Personally, we have never heard anyone complain about wearing their costume and binging candy early!
What is the most popular Halloween decoration?
The most popular Halloween decoration is a skeleton (based on a Lombardo Homes survey). Animal skeletons have recently become trendy, and Party Stuff has lots in stock. Skeletons fit any Halloween party theme and can be as gory or simplistic as you need.
Technically, Halloween is a theme, so you don’t necessarily need another one. At a standard party, guests will come dressed in a costume of their choice, and you’ll include traditional decorations, snacks, as well as games.
But, we’re suckers for a good theme, and if you are too, we have the top trending Halloween party ideas and themes for kids. If you’re not, any of our ideas can be used at your Halloween party, even if it doesn't have a specific theme.
A ‘Monster Mash’ party is timeless; parents adore the theme because it’s easy to create last-minute or budget-friendly costumes. You can even provide art supplies to create or enhance monster costumes:
-- Plain masks to dress up with paint, googly eyes, and other supplies. You can go simple with white plastic masks or a bit more obscure with uniquely shaped or coloured masks, or even a Plague Doctor mask. Paper bags also work perfectly.
-- Art supplies like glue, tape, pipe cleaners, paper mache, googly eyes, fake hair, fangs, etc.
The best Halloween party decorations for a Monster Mash theme:
-- A spooky balloon garland: For a fun DIY activity with your kids, we recommend the Chrome Gold/Black/Silver Balloon Garland Kit; decorate the balloons with monster faces.
-- Balloons: Same idea; decorate the balloons, so they’re spooky! Add other creepy-themed balloons like the It Chapter 2" Giant 24" Latex Balloons. If you're looking for a less spooky option, you can add pastel balloons for softer touch.
-- Eerie props: You can basically take any household item and turn it into a monster as long as you have paper, glue, googly eyes, and fake blood. Party Stuff is also freshly stocked with props like Horror Shop Plant, Skeleton Gargoyle, Two Headed Doll, etc.
-- Window decals: Create your monster window decals or source them from a party store. Either way, they’re a great touch for the Monster Mash theme.
-- Tableware: There are a lot of options here. Purchase paper plates, cups, etc., with different monsters on them (Frankenstein, vampires, zombies, or anyone else from the standard monster mash crew) or go simple with a black, orange, and green theme. Pastels are great too if you have toddlers and want to keep it on the cute side.
Halloween party ideas for Monster Mash games and activities:
-- Creates monsters with play-doh: Purchase or construct your DIY kits with moldable dough, googly eyes, plastic fangs, pipe cleaners, and other creative items.
-- Do the Monster Mash: I mean, duh? You can't have a monster mash party without actually dancing to Monster Mash.
-- Monster Scavenger Hunt: Have a list of monster-themed items for the kids to find and collect. You can even write or give them clues. If they’re looking for Dracula’s fangs in the punch bowl, the clue can be “find near Dracula’s favourite drink”.
-- Guess the Monster Part: Have kids reach into brown paper bags and guess the “Monster” part. Use grapes as eyeballs, spaghetti as intestines, and mashed potatoes as a brain.
-- Balloons. For nearby Halloween decorations, you can always count on Party Stuff. We have a few different superhero balloons options, and our favourites are Batman Heroes Latex Balloons, Marvel Avengers Powers Latex Balloons, and Foil Balloon - Bouquet Marvel Avengers Power.
-- Backdrops and props. You will want several backdrops with many different characters for maximum diversity. Be sure to include backdrops and props of the Justice League, Marvel Avengers, Spiderman, The Incredibles, etc.
-- Tableware. As per our usual recommendation, go all out! Since you don't have a spooky theme, you want to make your Halloween theme come across loud and clear. Party Stuff has tons of superhero and villain paper plates, cups, table liners, napkins, and anything else you can think of.
-- Hero and Villain Charades: just like the classic game, divide the kids into two teams and have them play charades, but this time they will be acting out a hero or villain.
-- Superhero Training Session: superheroes and villains are always training, so have the kids do a jumping competition, a target practice with Nerf or water guns, a running race, etc.
This Halloween party idea elevates movie night to new heights! Ask the kids to dress up as beloved characters from classic Halloween films such as Beetlejuice, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Hocus Pocus, and The Addams Family. This party is best for ages ten years old and older.
Play some Halloween movies or the movie soundtracks playing in the background.
If you have a good amount of space to play with, we recommend setting up different themed areas (the living room can be Beetlejuice, the kitchen–Addams Family, etc.). The kids can explore the house, and they’ll never be bored.The best Halloween party decorations for a Flicks and Frights theme:
-- For The Nightmare Before Christmas, we absolutely love the Nightmare Before Christmas Jack Skellington Posable Prop, Yard Decor Kit, and our themed paper plates.
-- Pick your Poison. Party Stuff’s favourite Halloween game for a Hocus Pocus theme! Have several different drinks (poison) and blindfold the kids, then have them guess the poison. If you want to have themed names, ask the kids to pick the poison from a deck of cards.
-- I Smell Children. This is a similar game to Pick Your Position, but instead, you play with random objects that have a strong odour (old bananas, gym shoes, coffee beans, etc.). Put them in a brown bag and ask the kids to guess the smell!
-- Movie Trivia. Purchase a movie trivia board game or create your own based on your top picks.
-- Pumpkin Carving. Have the kids make their best Jack Skellington.
Who doesn't love a good Zombie Apocalypse Halloween party? It’s another great DIY and budget-friendly option for the host and the party go-ers. Much like the Monster Mash, you only need a few supplies for a Zombie costume: lots of Halloween makeup, fake blood, and paint, as well as old or thrifted clothing that can be cut up and stained.
Zombie Apocalypse is a very versatile Halloween party theme; you can make it as gory or comedic as you like. There is a lot of room for DIY crafts or simple last-minute purchases.
The best Halloween party decorations for a Zombie Apocalypse theme:
-- Props. Our Halloween party ideas for this theme? Lots and lots of props. Party Stuff’s favourites are Blood Drying Rot, Pint Of Blood, Bloody Gauze Strip, Body In A Bag Bloody Prop, The Dead Will Rise Tombstone, and a Brain Shaped Mold.
-- Backdrops. To transform your home into a run-down, zombie-confiscated, creepy institution without having to repaint and tear out your carpets: you’ll want backdrops. The Chop Shop Scene Setter might be too intense for your kids, but you can use the It Chapter 2 3 Panel Scene Setter or a combination of Spider Webs, a Mist Maker, and Skeleton Hand Print Wall Grabbers.
-- Tablesetting. To complete your zombie theme, you’ll need the Bloody Plastic Table Cover, some red paper plates and cups, and use the brain mould to create table decorations.
Halloween party ideas for Zombie games and activities:
-- Red Light, Dead Night. One child will be the sole survivor, the rest are zombies. The survivor will stand away from the zombies, while they form a line. The survivor will yell "death night," and the zombies will charge. When they shout red light, all zombies must stop. The last person to stop is gone. This will continue until a zombie captures the survivor or all of the zombies are exterminated.
-- Brain Toss. Fill several pink balloons with flour, draw a circle or grab a laundry bin, have the kids stand away from the circle or bin and have them toss the brain (pink balloon) into the circle/bin.
-- Musical Zombie. Musical chairs, but make it zombie. Parents love this Halloween party idea because it’s so easy and wears down the sugar rush. Get some upbeat festive music going and have the kids do zombie walks and dances around the chairs.
-- Zombie Headshot. Similar to pin the tail on the donkey, but instead with a large cut-out of a zombie. Fill small balloons with fake blood or water with red food colouring. Have the kids throw the balloons at the zombie cut-out. Whoever gets a headshot, wins!
The best food for a Halloween party with a Zombie theme:
Another safe option if you’re in PTA–make this lively gathering all about friendly ghosts! A super fun theme for toddlers and kids under eight years old. Get a little silly with this one and try lots of DIYs!
The best Halloween party decorations for a Boo Bash theme:
-- Balloons. A Boo Bash needs lots and lots of balloons. Grab all of the white balloon bouquets, off-white balloons, and letter-shaped balloons (to spell BOO). Draw silly, adorable, or slightly scary faces on them.
-- Props. Place Halloween ghost luminary bags all over the house, create a ghost garland, and have worn-down white fabric sheets hanging as curtains, over the furniture, and draped in random places. White pumpkins, spider webs, and hints of orange are complimentary to this theme.
Boo Bash Halloween party ideas for games and activities:
-- Ghost Pumpkin Carving. Use our Family Pumpkin Carving Kit and grab some white paint to make ghost pumpkins.
-- Ghost and Pumpkin Bowling. An easy DIY. Grab a few toilet paper rolls to turn into ghoulish bowling pins. Use a small pumpkin as a ball by cutting off the stem. Get ready to bowl! Side note, a plastic pumpkin or an orange ball works well.
-- Goblin, Goblin, Ghost. You know this game as “duck duck goose” but it’s much more adorable when the kids wear ghost costumes.
-- Ghost Busters. Don’t play this if the kids are easily startled or if you have a headache. This game is also best for kids older than five years old. Dangle white balloons (with ghost faces) from the ceiling or a railing, and make the ribbon loose; when you say “GO” the kids must race to untie a ghost balloon and then pop it by sitting on it.
The best food for a Halloween party with a Ghost theme:
Before October hits, Party Stuff starts stocking up on the latest children and adult Halloween costumes and all types of spooky decorations. Our party store is always nearby with three locations across Winnipeg, plus we ship across Canada.
We hope to see you this spooky season, but we’d also love to hear about your favourite Halloween party ideas and themes! DM us on Instagram to let us know :).
If you’re reading this, chances are, your best friend is a bride-to-be. As the bride’s best friend–you have a lot under your belt. You already ran a background check on the groom, and basically plotted the engagement, you know you will be a therapist throughout this process, plus you’ll be the gatekeeper for unpredictable relatives.
Throwing a few parties suddenly seems like a lot of work. And honestly, it is.
But, if your goal isn't to throw an epic bridal shower with picturesque moments, your energy isn't right for this job. Every bride deserves to be showered and celebrated, and what better time than a bridal shower?
Some brides opt for a shower that includes the groom and his relatives, which is known as a wedding shower. Our bridal shower theme ideas are for bridal showers specifically, but with a few twists and turns, we’re sure they could apply to wedding showers.
There are major benefits to having a bridal shower theme, but it’s not necessary.
Having a theme makes planning straightforward. When all aspects revolve around a theme, it’s easier to pick out decorations, a location, games, invitation designs, etc.
Bridal shower themes don't have to be tacky or outrageous either; keep it simple by centring them around colours (black and white, blush tones, spring colours, etc.) or a general vibe (beachy, casual, traditional, etc.).
Naturally, it’s the maid-of-honour. Most maid-of-honours are close friends of the bride and know them well enough to choose a theme without input. But, some brides like to share their thoughts and want some (or all) control.
Moms and mothers-in-law have been thrown in the mix, which used to be completely taboo.
Ultimately, the person who knows the bride best should choose the theme and direction of the bridal shower.
The best theme isn’t a specific theme. It’s original, true to the bride, will make for a good time, and is picture perfect.
Some brides are laid back and would be happiest with a bohemian beach party. Others are all about the glam and want an elegant venue.
Neither theme is bad or the best. It’s about the personal style of the bride.
People say ‘modern bridal shower’ but really mean a wedding shower. A wedding shower is just like a bridal shower but without the tradition.
With wedding showers, the groom and his relatives attend, the gathering is co-ed, and the maid-of-honour isn’t always the host. Many wedding showers mix tradition with modern choices or go against the norms altogether.
If your bestie is a wine lover, you have two options. A private wine tasting at a nearby vineyard, or you can throw your own wine tasting party!
Skip out on buying decorations and party supplies if the shower is at a venue. Instead, plan to meet at the location and enjoy it as is. Afterwards, plan a small get-together at a nearby restaurant to have tapas and to discuss the samples.
Wine tastings are classic and sophisticated; carry that throughout your bridal shower theme. Keep the decorations simple but chic. Go to a local winery so you can discuss the bottles and possible pairings with an expert.
This classic bridal shower theme has our hearts forever. Who doesn't love brunch, and who doesn't love champagne? It’s almost criminal not to. Brunch and bubbly can go so many different ways. Keep it feminine and light, or go with darker hues and a boho feel.
When hosting a brunch-and-bubbly themed bridal shower, you only need a few key items, and the rest can be personalized decorations to amp up the theme.
Blushing, and bohemian brides alike can enjoy this theme, and it’s easy to dress up, so it suits their style.
Sleepovers and slumber parties were the “it-events” growing up. Even now, turning a night out into an overnight stay with your bestie leads to the best time. Give her one final (well–probably not final) hoorah with a glam pyjama bridal shower.
We love this theme for a few types of brides and bridal parties:
Hosting the perfect shower and picking a lively and personal bridal shower theme is challenging. But, keep in mind that all themes can be tailored to the bride's style.
Vino Before Vows, Brunch and Bubbly, and Glam Pajama Party can all be as hyper-fem, boho-chic, or vintage gothic as the bride’s style is. It’s achievable with the right bridal shower decorations!
Party Stuff has a wide selection of wedding decorations perfect for bridal/wedding showers, engagement parties, bachelorette nights, and even for the wedding’s reception or ceremony. We also rent out high-quality items for a competitive price.
Shop online, stop by in-store, or just give us a call. We will help your party dreams come to life.
“We’re engaged!”, two words associated with an abundance of joy, the entwinement of a couple, and the momentum of celebratory moments.
Now, if you have planned a wedding or been a part of a wedding party, you may have a different reaction.
A rush of exhaustion might hit you. The memory of a three-hour debate over white plates might reappear. If you’re a part of the wedding party, you might get the sudden urge to check your financials.
Don’t feel like a Debbie Downer. Those are totally normal associations. Weddings are obviously an extraordinary and beautiful milestone, but planning them can simply bring chaos. Even if it’s a micro-wedding, destination-based, or elopement, most ceremonies have pre-wedding parties and events to consider.
One of the most common pre-wedding parities is the Bridal Shower/Wedding Shower. In a 2019 real wedding study, 72% of respondents said they had a shower before their wedding.
So, that’s going to be the first wedding party we break down in our soon-to-be wedding blog series.
Bridal and wedding showers are similar concepts but are executed differently.
Bridal showers solely focus on the bride. Traditionally the party is female-based, the gifts are geared towards the brides’ interests, and the general theme is to honour the woman and her new life.
Wedding showers are a modern approach to bridal showers. Instead of focusing on the bride, the purpose is to celebrate the couple. The party is co-ed, the gifts are usually home goods or money, and the theme revolves around the couple.
Not all weddings have a ‘bride’, not all brides are hyperfeminine, and the reality is that men are also entering a new lifestyle after marriage. So, why not celebrate both?
But, with all wedding decisions, it comes down to what best represents your relationship and how you want to celebrate your journey.
Typically, couples choose to have one shower. Although, there are specific scenarios where it’s appropriate to throw both a wedding and bridal shower. Since showers center around gifts, you want to be courteous to your guests.
If you have a small guest list, it’s a lot to ask your loved ones to attend two showers.
Supposing that the bride has a close kit group, she may want an intimate bridal shower with them and a wedding shower for all friends/family. This way, the close kit group can opt-in to attend both.
Have a tight guest list? Throw a bridal shower for attendees. Host a wedding shower for people who can't attend your ceremony. Be honest with your approach. Let them know your wedding is at full capacity, but you still want to them be a part of the celebration.
Only throw multiple showers if you have to and if it’s reasonable. Your wedding day budget is most important!
Grooms attend wedding showers, but do not attend bridal showers.
Bridal showers are traditionally female-led and have a no-boys policy. Guests are usually close to the bride, but some brides will invite the groom's mom(s), sister(s), or other close female family/friends.
For either shower, the person who hosts the party will cover the majority of the costs.
At a bridal shower, the maid of honour, the bride’s relatives, or the bridal party will plan the shower. Generally, one person will be the head coordinator and the others will pitch in with ideas, setup, and costs.
For a wedding shower, either the couple, the relatives of the couple or the wedding party will take on the task. Again, generally, one person will lead the planning stage, but others will pitch in.
Planning a shower isn’t like throwing a regular party. A shower needs to be well organized, thought-out and represents the bride or couple.
Pick your budget first because it will determine your theme, location, and guest list. On average, showers range from $10 - $150 per head.2. Choose a bridal shower theme.
Some people choose a date, location, and guest list before the theme. We recommend having a few theme ideas while determining your budget. Your theme and budget impact the guest list, decorations, location, etc. the most.
If your bride is set on a spa-day theme, you can’t invite 50 people. If your theme is a day in Paris, you can’t pick an Italian restaurant as your location.
Your theme may slightly change as you're developing the guest list and sourcing a location, but at least you have a few options to bounce off of and are guided in your research.3. Set a date for the shower.
How far in advance should a bridal or wedding shower be? 2 months before the wedding is the sweet spot.
Anywhere from 6-2 months is appropriate, but you don't want the party too close or too far from the wedding.
Too close to the wedding will cause unnecessary stress. Too far from the wedding, well, unfortunately, you risk the wedding being cancelled and having to return all of the gifts.
Now that you have a budget in mind and a general idea for the theme, you’ll have an approximate idea of how many people can be invited.
For bridal showers, it’s important to run the guest list by the bride. As tempting as a surprise is, you don’t want to leave anyone off the list or accidentally invite someone who isn't invited to the wedding.
For a wedding shower, you’ll also want to discuss possible ideas with the couple. They might want to invite people who can't attend the ceremony or plan multiple small showers if they have a large group of friends.
Inviting people who aren't invented to the wedding is usually a big no, but it has become more popular for couples who have smaller budgets, family/friends will complicated schedules, etc.
Don’t feel obligated to follow traditional rules, it’s your celebration!5. Pick a location for the shower.
When finding a location make sure it follows the theme, has an appropriate capacity, is in a convenient location, can you decorate, has ample parking, and the food/drinks are accommodating to dietary restrictions.
In most cases, someone will offer their home as the venue to save on costs.6. Send out the shower invitations.
Sending out invitations should be done well in advance, so guests have time to make arrangements and source a gift.
Six - eight weeks is the sweet spot, specifically if you’re sending them by mail.
If you’re opting in for email or text invitations, you could send them 4 weeks out.
No matter, ask guests to RSVP no later than two weeks before the party.7. Plan the bridal shower menu and activities
Showers typically last 2-4 hours. In terms of games and food, it’s better to have more than less.
Consider appetizers, if you’ll offer a full meal, alcoholic beverages, have a variety of vegetarian and vegan options, etc.
Have 2-4 different bridal shower-specific games and a few everyday games on hand.
You can always send guests home with leftovers and you won't have to worry about awkward downtime.8. Purchase the bridal shower decor.
At Party Stuff, we’re firm believers that party decorations can save any party.
Lacking on food or activities? Venue isn’t the cutest, but it was a great deal?
Guests can be wowed with decorations. It’s redundant to say, but we’re in the digital age.
Also, the right tableware and accessories can make a table look fuller and more luxurious.
9. Create an uplifting playlist.
A lot of planners miss this step and it’s a big oversight for any event.
Nobody wants to hear the crunching of crackers, the squeaking of floorboards, or dead silence between chatter.
Your shower playlist should be versatile: mellow music, the couple’s favourites, dancing songs, and classics.
Don’t forget to charge your Bluetooth speakers!!10. Delegate tasks and create a day-of schedule
Having an hourly schedule with specific tasks dedicated to people, might seems dramatic, but it goes a long way.
You don't have to follow the itinerary closely, but it’ll keep the party running smoothly.
Here is what we suggest:
Host(s) and planner-helpers start setting up for the bridal/wedding shower. This includes food/drink preparation, decorating, arranging games, charging speakers, helping the couple get ready, and being prepared for guest questions (like directions).
The guests arrive at the party, enjoy hors d’oeuvres, and mingle. Host(s)/planner(s) accept and keep a log of gifts as well as put coats away.
Guests gather to play games and mingle further.
Serve the main meal and bring out dessert (if applicable), or have a break for more appetizers and refreshments.
Bride(s) and/or groom(s) open gifts and talk closely with guests. The host/helpers should be taking the gifts after they’re opened and storing them.
The host or other close relatives/friends shares a toast to the bride/groom, thanks the guests for coming to the party, and hands out bridal shower favours.
Bridal shower ends and guests leave. The host/helpers should be helping with coats and goodbyes. Make sure the couple receives the gift log so they can send thank-you cards later.
Of course decorations are based on the theme, but there are certain products you’ll want to include to ensure the theme is front and center.
Each themed category includes tableware, balloon options, banners, and wall decor.
If we don't cover your full bridal shower theme, we still have amazing one-off options that will complement it.
Including these four key decorations will make your party look picturesque:
You see balloon bouquets all over social media for any party/event.
Why are they so popular? They fill dead space, they add to your theme, they’re chic, and they’re a great photo prop.
Here are some of our favourite balloon bouquets:
Again, events have evolved to be based around photos. A photo wall/backdrop will keep your photos timeless and clean.
It can be as simple as renting a balloon arch and filling it with flowers, balloons, ribbons, etc.
Alternatively, it can be as grand as ordering a bridal shower backdrop and completing the area with rugs, chairs, flowers, etc.
Here are some of our favourite photo wall/backdrops:
String lights have a certain je ne sais quoi; they never fail to transform a space from plain to cozy.
Include them on your photo wall, hang them around the venue, or drape them from the gift or food table, the options are endless and you can’t go wrong.
Here are some of our favourite party lights’ designs:
Your tableware and setting should flow with the theme, but still be practical.
Paper plates/cups sound ‘cheap’, but they’ve had a glow up throughout the years. You can find very simplistic and classic designs that can be dressed up with a tablecloth and cloth napkins.
Same with plastic wine or champagne glasses.
Don’t skip on table accessories either. Fill your table(s) with small flower arrangements, candles, polaroid pictures, customized signs, etc.
The small details make a big impact!
Here are some of our favourite tableware and settings:
Our final tips for planning a wedding or bridal shower…
If you need any guidance on planning your wedding/bridal shower, don’t hesitate to contact one of our Party Stuff stores! We’re happy to provide tips and steer you in the right direction.
Graduating high school only happens once and it’s one of the proudest moments a parent will have.
It’s hard to savour this milestone when you’re going clothes shopping, booking photoshoots, coordinating drivers, and helping with the event planning process.
Before you know it, the ceremony is weeks away and you haven't decided what’s happening after they walk across the stage.
Luckily, a graduation party doesn’t need extensive planning. You only need the proper decorations, balloons, party favours, and possibly a coloured theme.
If you’re whipping up a last-minute graduation party, grab these party supplies and no one will know it was planned by PartyStuff or in 20 minutes.
Summer is here and why would you celebrate inside?
Outdoor tables and chairs can look a bit bare if you don’t have the right decorations complimenting the space.
Whether you’re grabbing your patio furniture or renting tables and chairs from Party Stuff, the yard greeting signs will fill the space and be the foundation for your theme.
Guests will easily find your home, the grads will feel special and your impromptu picnic is one step closer to an official graduation party.
Balloon bouquets are very versatile. Go big. Go simple. Go colourful. Go monochromatic. Go anyway, just include them.
If you really want to wow your kids and guests, create your own photo wall with balloons.
You will need a few other supplies, some elbow grease, and a bit of magic, but if you follow this DIY how-to, it should be picture-perfect.
A PartyStuff store isn’t nearby? No worries. Balloons can be shipped to you deflated. You just have to find a local helium tank to rent or purchase.
If you’re in Winnipeg, near a Party Stuff store, and still require helium - you can rent a helium tank. There are different tank options to choose from and a quote will be provided.
Let's face it, not a single person in your household will be volunteering to wash the dishes tonight. You won’t be able to bargain any deals or blackmail them into chores.
Grab paper plates, cups, napkins, and cutlery while you can.
Like the Yard Greeting Signs, tableware is a simple trick to pulling a grad party theme together.
Party Stuff is fully stacked on supplies for graduation, you can find multiple patterns, colours, etc for your graduation celebration.
Thought you were done with goodie bags? Think again.
Party Favours have made a strong comeback and they’re not just small dainties that you take home with you.
I mean, they are, but they’re also a great way to keep guests entertained and active.
After everyone is full and the conversation is starting to go dry, hand out your party favours.
This trick is especially handy for last-minute parties when you haven't booked entertainment.
If you’re still worried about entertainment at your last-minute party, grab some fun little supplies to keep guests occupied. They’ll create fun buzz, photo-ops, or just wholesome fun.
Here are our top four recommendations:
All of your hard work and determination over the 17-18 years has finally paid off. It’s time to enjoy this milestone and finally kick back.
A party celebrating your graduate can be whipped up in a day and all of the supplies can be bought at once place. Don’t overthink it, don’t complicate it.
Just stop by Party Stuff and we’ll walk you through the ins and outs of decorating.