Vampire Masquerade Party
Vampire Party Invitations
For my vampire masquerade party...
- I bought awesome invitations from the store.
Note: On the invitations ask all your guests to please dress in vampire theme costume (no werewolves) and a mask.
- I rented a hall ($100.00) and hired a DJ ($150.00).
- Food will be light (pizza and finger foods, such as stuffed mushrooms, shrimp w/cocktail sauce, veggie tray w/ dip, cracker and cheese tray, cupcakes, meatballs, etc.).
I'm going to have a 3 tier chocolate fountain with red chocolate so it appears like dripping blood.
I'm also going to set up a cheese fondue with breads cut into cubes.
- Decorating with a black and red theme.
Hanging black bats from the ceiling.
Purchased some vampire skulls... and rats.
Using black and red table clothes.
- Setting up two tables so that if guests would like to sit, they can, but mostly guests will mingle and therefore, be standing.
- Making a red punch and throwing in gummy worms and dry ice (please note when handling dry ice you have to wear thermal gloves. Do NOT allow skin contact).
- Decorating with a bunch of glow in the dark balloons.
- Using a fog machine and a lot of other fun, scary decorations.
Hope you got some great ideas!
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