Spooktacular Tid-bits to keep the [Halloween] Party going during COVID-19

Hey Tribe! We are quickly approaching the Spookiest Day of the year: HALLOWEEN! Though this year festivities are going to look a little different due to COVID-19, your little goons and goblins should not have to miss out on the fun; The Party Case has you covered! And, of course, SAFETY IS KEY!

Check Out our Halloween Tricks & Treats!

Trick-Or-Treat Grab and Drop:

Connect with 3-5 neighbors to limit contact & agree on a time to begin.

      1. Wrap individually baggies with candies and treats.
      2. Label one bucket “GRAB” to place your individually wrapped goodies bags in. Your neighbors will grab the treats you’ve made from here.
      3. Label the other bucket “DROP”. Here, your neighbors can drop the goodies bags they’ve made so your kiddos can receive their Halloween treats!

Try the Mini Witches Cauldrons featured in our “Hocus Pocus + Potions” theme to stuff your favorite treats!

“BOO” Basket Challenge:

Grab a basket, fill it with candy, treats and Halloween inspired gifts & games. Add a special note challenging your friend to BOO the next friend. Drop off at their door for a safe, non-contact activity. This is perfect for school-aged children to share with nearby friends they miss seeing in school!

Halloween-inspired balloons are showcased in each of our Halloween look book themes! They’ll look great tied on your “BOO” basket!

At-Home Pumpkin Patch:

Grab a few pumpkins of all sizes! Place them in your back/side yard and let the kids pick out their pumpkin. Make some warm apple cider and let the memories begin. If you want to spice it up and make it an IG moment, go to the local hardware store and pick up a couple of haystacks. Photo Op!!!

Fill your warm Fall drink in our festive eco-friendly cups and for our wine lovers, the “Rise & Wine” tumblers featured in our “Scream Queen” theme are great for the Adult pumpkin pickers!

Paint Your Pumpkin:

Grab some paint and let the kiddos go for it! As for the adults, I find painting to be very relaxing. Grab that paintbrush and create a beautiful centerpieces (golds, creams, forest greens, etc) through Thanksgiving.

While painting, serve yummy cupcakes in our Halloween inspired cupcake set featured in our “Boo in the Zoo” theme.

Costume Fashion Show:

Turn your street into a Halloween Fashion Runway! Kids of all ages want to show off their costume and this year, they still can. Safely parade the neighborhood & dress up in your most creative, spooky, hilarious costumes!

I can’t wait to hear what ideas you guys come up with! Continue to have fun and BE SAFE!



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