I’m a little late in planning this, but I recently decided to throw a Halloween Party. Visions of costumes, Halloween punch, decor and treats, got me thinking, why should kids have all the fun?

1. INVITATIONS. First things first. Have fun choosing your Halloween Party invitations. Here are a few adult-friendly ones from Tiny Prints.

2. FOOD & DRINKS.The best part of planning a Halloween party? All those delectably themed food and drinks. Serve up spooky fun with Semi-Homemade Sandra Lee’s Vampire Kiss Martini and Martha Stewart’s Spooky spirits. Recipes for both can be found on their websites.

Present an elegant yet eerie feast of Midnight Moon cookies and No Bake Spiderweb Cheesecake from Martha Stewart and Deviled Chicken Lollipops from the FoodNetwork.

3. DEVILISH DECOR. Transforming your home into a party that will be loved by kids and adults. Hang up this sweet Candy Wreath and light up the way with these Cookie Cutter Pumpkins from Martha Stewart. And Pottery Barn’s fall-inspired tablescape is simply beautiful.

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