Sometime we get so caught up in tradition we forget to create new ones. If Halloween is your favorite holiday, consider sending Halloween photo cards to your friends and family. It is a great way to stay in touch and to share those special moments. Plus, if your photos are anything at all like these, they are way #toocute not to share. Continue Reading →
Still looking for a fun Halloween party theme? As much as we love our Howl-O-Ween Party Ideas, we know a bring your dog party is not for everyone. If you are looking for traditional Halloween party goods you might want to check out both our Spooky Halloween and our Best of the Best Halloween Party Supplies posts. But if you are looking to create a very modern take on Halloween, a Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) theme is very 2016. Some of the most visually interesting party supplies this year are filled with the intricate sugar skull designs and vivid colors embodied in this Mexican celebration. Continue Reading →
Halloween is quickly approaching so don't get caught in a scary party-planning web. Give yourself plenty of time to plan out every creepy detail of your celebration. Treat your favorite boys and “ghouls” to a frightfully festive Halloween party with spooky scary Halloween party supplies! No bones about it— the (good) witches at PartyIdeaPros have curated all the products you will need to bring out the goblins, gouls, and giggles at this year's home or classroom Halloween party. Check out a few of our favorite spooky Halloween party supplies below! Continue Reading →
Our friends over at GreatGets.com have challenged us to create a Halloween costume party for couples and their dogs. We accept the challenge and hope you all will send us your pictures of your first annual Bring Your Pup Howl-O-Ween Party.
Our first recommendation is to choose an outdoor venue. If your backyard is not large enough consider moving the festivities to your local dog park. Our second recommendation, plan on wearing costumes but if the whole costume thing becomes too stressful for either your dog or yourself, take it off. The bottom line is parties are about getting together and enjoying friends and family. It is not worth skipping the fun because of an aversion to costumes. Continue Reading →