Luminaries - Great for patio, or in a garden sitting space. Use tin coffee cans (or soup cans, if you hang them) and using a hammer and nail, poke holes. Use citronella candles and light them for a nighttime get-together -- they’re pretty and they keep the bugs away! Painting them ensures that they stay pretty during the daylight hours as well. [paraphrased text from original post by cstbblove]
How to Throw a Halloween Block Party
Before you take your little ones trick-or-treating, throw them a frightful backyard Halloween party with our fun and spooky ideas for eats, treats, and games!
Micah's airplane party was so much fun! We had about 50 people over for lunch, a glider throwing contest, bounce house time, and cupcakes. God gave us a day of sunshine--78 degrees in early March! As usual, I didn't take the best pictures. I don't know how people prep, decorate, hostess the party, interact with guests and take fabulous pictures--I haven't discovered how to do that! You can get the gist of the party, though. Enjoy! Dessert table--almost EVERY pictures has our patio cover…
Backyard Birthday Fun--Pink Hydrangeas + Polka Dot Napkins
A backyard birthday dinner party using pink hydrangeas, blue canning jars, and polka dots.