Spooky Bones Halloween Party Ideas for a Fun Night of Trick-or-Treatin’ | Pottery Barn


Hi, I’m Jeffrey Moss with Pottery Barn.
We Hi, I’m Jeffrey Moss with Pottery Barn. We’re throwing a black and white Halloween
Party full of classic references to the season.
Welcome costumed guests with the display to properly set the mood.
A twisted Manzanita branch is the perfect perch
for Pottery Barn’s upside down bat votive holders,
glowing with flame-less candles. For tricks and treats, we’ve separated black
and white candies into cellophane bags and labeled them ‘trick’
or ‘treat’, so each of our guests can make that fateful
choice, on their own. When they’re inÉ
The party is in full swing and our theme turns to the Mexican holiday
“D’a de los Muertos” or Day of the Dead. We are serving homemade tamales, savory ones
and little corn husks and even smaller strawberry tamales with red-dyed
husks. There are black and white corn chips with
sauces served in Pottery Barn’s Skeleton Hands Condiment
Server and more toppings presented in
Pottery Barn’s Tombstone Condiment Server. It’s fun to play with labeling these slate
tombstones. My favorite at this party is ‘Here lies Jicama’
for the crunchy little sticks of white Jicama root.
The cocktail of the evening is a grapefruit Margarita served from
Pottery Barn’s Skeleton Hands Drink Dispenser. But hold on, because there is more to this
cocktail than meets the dislodged eye.
Once the grapefruits have been squeezed dry of their juice,
use the rinds for gelatin shots of tequila. And to tickle the funny bones of guests of
every age, bake cookies in the classic shape of “D’a
de los Muertos” skulls and prepare with the base layer of white icing.
Provide a baker’s tube of red icing and invite guests
to decorate their own skull cookies. A great Halloween trick and a delicious treat.
‘re throwing a black and white Halloween Party full of classic references to the season.
Welcome costumed guests with the display to properly set the mood.
A twisted Manzanita branch is the perfect perch
for Pottery Barn’s upside down bat votive holders,
glowing with flame-less candles. For tricks and treats, we’ve separated black
and white candies into cellophane bags and labeled them ‘trick’
or ‘treat’, so each of our guests can make that fateful
choice, on their own. When they’re inÉ
The party is in full swing and our theme turns to the Mexican holiday
“D’a de los Muertos” or Day of the Dead. We are serving homemade tamales, savory ones
and little corn husks and even smaller strawberry tamales with red-dyed
husks. There are black and white corn chips with
sauces served in Pottery Barn’s Skeleton Hands Condiment
Server and more toppings presented in
Pottery Barn’s Tombstone Condiment Server. It’s fun to play with labeling these slate
tombstones. My favorite at this party is ‘Here lies Jicama’
for the crunchy little sticks of white Jicama root.
The cocktail of the evening is a grapefruit Margarita served from
Pottery Barn’s Skeleton Hands Drink Dispenser. But hold on, because there is more to this
cocktail than meets the dislodged eye.
Once the grapefruits have been squeezed dry of their juice,
use the rinds for gelatin shots of tequila. And to tickle the funny bones of guests of
every age, bake cookies in the classic shape of “D’a
de los Muertos” skulls and prepare with the base layer of white icing.
Provide a baker’s tube of red icing and invite guests
to decorate their own skull cookies. A great Halloween trick and a delicious treat.

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