Today we’re excited to share all details of this fun Halloween Costume Hayride Party that was featured last week on Pretty My Party and today on My Beautiful Adventures!
This Halloween Costume Hayride Party has it all from the décor, the costumes, and the spooky fun treats! All the rain didn’t stop the kids from having a good time!
The Halloween party kicked off at The Hunter Farm with picking pumpkins and taking a costume hayride! The kids loved being silly and picking out their favorite pumpkin to decorate. We even found a cute baby elephant in the pumpkin patch!
After running around the pumpkin patch the kids were ready for some fresh apple cider and spooky treats which included witches broom sticks (Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and pretzel sticks) and hat cookies, monster candy apples, cotton candy cobwebs, graveyard cake with gummy worms, skeleton bones (yogurt covered pretzels) and terrifying tortilla chips in shapes of ghosts, pumpkins, and bats.
The best part was watching the kids fill up their plates and be surprised by the animated witch kicking legs in the caldron!
Everyone filled up a treat bag with personalized stickers from the hosts, Sofia and Charlotte, with candy and a Halloween Peez dispenser.
DIY’s included: Backdrop, Monster Candy Apples, Witches broom sticks, witch hat cookies, and spooky eye balls!
We’d love to hear what you’re favorite part of this Halloween Party!
There are so many great photos from the Halloween costume hayride and pumpkin patch, we have Part II here. You can catch our feature on Pretty My Party here, and on My Beautiful Adventures here. You may also be interested in the inspiration and sneak peek of the feature here and here.
*We received products from Tiny Prints and Pottery Barn Kids to design this party.
Design, Coordination, Planning, Food, and backdrop – Sarah Sofia Productions
Photography – Andrea Maria Perullo de Ledesma
Venue – The Hunter Farm
Invitation, personalized napkins, and gift tag stickers – Tiny Prints
Halloween Décor, table décor, costumes and tick or treat bags– Pottery Barn Kids
Fabric garland – Lillypaul Designs
Candy, oversized spider, and knight sword– Party City
Animated Kicking Legs, chalkboard tray, cotton candy cobwebs, graveyard cake mix, and terrifying tortilla chips – Target
Haunted House – HomeGoods
Treat bags – Michael’s