Halloween is just around the corner and it is a great time to bring out our inner artists. Decorations are a vital part of such festive events. Be it spooky, crazy, bizarre or adorable, Halloween never goes away without making everything fancier than usual. The importance of decorating ideas brings us to our compilation of top 10 trending Halloween decorations.
But Before that:
Let me just admit it right here and right now. Yes, there are some cliched halloween decoration ideas in this list. But you see, there’s a reason why cliches are followed, because they always work! Of course they have to be modernized. But there’s no magic if there isn’t a element of cliche present in festive celebrations. On our list of Halloween decorations, we are suggesting DIY work entirely. As store bought decorations can be difficult to customize and can empty our pockets.
Witches never get old. We have been hearing about witches since childhood, from stories, Disney movies and plays. And since we grew up with such stories and characters around, witch themed parties never go out of fashion. Be it a wicked witch from the east, Ursula or Maleficent, they hold a dear place in our hearts.
Continuing with the tradition:
First on our list of Halloween decorations is a witch themed party which is very easy to put together. Hats and broomsticks, bright colored jello shots, potion bottles or a smoked fruit punch are some of the ideas that can be followed. And bats…don’t forget bats!
9. Day of The Dead
Another theme on our list of trending Halloween decorations is inspired from Mexican festival “Day of the dead”. It is also celebrated on the same day. Since it is a day dedicated to celebration of death, you can go with this Halloween decor idea as well. Especially if you have Spanish origin. It becomes a beautiful blend of two festivals. Halloween decorations for this idea do not take much time and effort either. You just have to make all the grotesque skulls and bones look fancy and happy. If you are planning to make a cemetery in front yard, don’t forget to bling it up with spider webs, fairy lights and marigolds. The dead who visit the living world on this day love marigolds.