Tuesday, October 28, 2014

{Addison's 10th Birthday: A Witches Ball}



With Addison's birthday at the end of October...it's surprising that we have never done a Halloween theme.  She wanted to be a witch this year, so we decided to take advantage of the Halloween decor already up in the house and host a 'Witches Ball' birthday party.  We had so much fun with this one!  


We found her hat at a boutique shop ...and the witch 'dress' from goodwill.  Turned out perfectly!  

Always a few yummy treats!  These ghosts are just brownie bites piped with Cool Whip topping and candy eyes.  

 Spider 'eggs'. 

Caramel apples are a must!


This was faux cake that my friend let me borrow for the display. She used it for a Halloween photoshoot the week prior. It looks fabulous!!  



Loved setting up this gothic/spooky table with misc Halloween decor.  




 And can't have a witches ball without a cauldron and brew!  The dry ice punch was a huge hit!  



She has such a great group of friends!  




At 10 years old they entertain each other and I didn't need to provide more than a table for them to talk the night away...and a movie "Hocus Pocus".  

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