Top Tips for Your Child's Halloween Party | My Baba

Halloween is party time. It’s also a great excuse to decorate and get spooky. Here are some simple but stylish suggestions:


Trick or treat kids this Halloween with our selection of ghostly sweets and other scary treats.


These simple, not-too-scary Halloween games will help you host the best Halloween party ever!

Gummy worms eating race

Eating sweets has never been so fun! Hang several worms with string from a tree branch or a sturdy rod. Ask them to put the hands on their back and, on the count of three, have each player try to eat their worm”” the first one to finish wins!
Blindfold the contestants if you want to make the game more difficult.


Don’t let the balloon touch the floor
Using your broom or your trident make sure that the balloon never touches the floor. So simple and also so much fun!



Other Freakishly Fun Halloween Party Games can be find the hidden pumpkins or bobbing for Apples: Fill a round, shallow bucket with water, add some apples, and let the fun begin. And remember ”” no hands allowed!

So start brainstorming those ideas for your own costume and let’s get started. Click here for Little Lulubel’s Halloween shop!

By Natalia, Little Lulubel

About The Author

Natalia Celemin
Little Lulubel

Natalia Celemin is the owner and mind behind the party shop Little Lulubel. From travel to clothes to wrapping paper, I am a fan of all things cool and original. Since the arrival of my three children, all girls, I've not given up on my quest for cool but searching high and low for beautiful things has become a bit of an obsession. When I started organising birthday parties for our girls, I was a working mum who found it incredibly frustrating and time-consuming to have to go to several shops or websites to find all I need to throw them the best party I could. It didn't take long to discover that I was not alone. Parents everywhere were telling me they were stressed trying to find the time and energy to try to make their kid's party special. And so the idea of this one-stop shop children's party website, Little Lulubel, was born.

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