Here’s a beautiful guide to some party-friendly Halloween decor. Keep an eye out for little touches: for instance, the black and orange candles. You can find a lot of these supplies in the city (think Target, Walgreens, Spirit, or local decor stores.)
Last year this Halloween dinner party was featured on Amy Altas just a few days before Halloween. We all know that as soon as its November 1st no one wants to look at Halloween pictures anymore. So I’ve held on to these pictures for almost a whole year!
My party was inspired by vintage Dennison Bogie Books. After deciding that I needed to know the origin of the iconic screeching Halloween cat face that pops up everywhere, I did a little research and discovered Dennison Boogie Books dating as far back as 1912. I fell in love with its wholesome and kitschy suggestions and illustrations of a bygone era. Most importantly I found inspiration in revitalizing the use of crepe paper as in inexpensive decoration material.
I sought out a few vintage Dennison Halloween die cuts and illustrations on ebay to reproduce, ordered a republished copy of a 1926 Bogie…
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