Photo Credit: www.latimes.com2.Neighborhood Halloween Parade. Gather your neighbors and schedule a Halloween parade. Each neighbor can decorate a car, wagon, trailer, or anything moving and pack it with candy. Get everyone in the neighborhood outside and watch as the decorated cars drive by, tossing some candies out to the viewers. This is a great way to be festive as well as connect with your neighbors like you normally would. Aceable listed 24 great ideas for making your car a little more spooky than normal to shake up your Halloween. You can even decorate your car trunks like a trunk or treat for your neighbors to walk by and see!
Photo Credit: www.pinterest.com3.Boo Your Friends. Everyone loves being booed and surprised with their favorite candy. Print out a note saying “You’ve been BOOed” and fill up a bag with candy and Halloween treats to anonymously drop at your neighbors’ door. Make sure to mention on your note to pass it on, so more people can be booed! Since Halloween looks a little different this year, this is a great way to still interact with friends, and gift some candy to your neighbors. It’s also so exciting to try and not get caught! Check out Pinterest to get fun, unique decorating ideas for a Booing basket or bag.
Photo Credit: viraltoday.me4.Scary Movie Marathon. If you want a relaxing but fun night in, a spooky movie marathon is just for you. Gather the whole family and pick your favorite Halloween movies and press play. You can even put on matching Halloween PJ’s or dress up as characters in the movies you watch. Make sure to pop some popcorn and put out candy to snack on throughout. Some classic Halloween films you could watch are Goosebumps, Hocus Pocus, Halloweentown, E.T., or Ghostbusters.
Photo Credit: www.mytwintiers.com5.Halloween Porch Decorating Contest. Another great way to celebrate this spooky holiday with your neighbors and friends is to have a porch decoration contest. You and your neighborhood can make all efforts to decorate your porch or the front of the house and make it as festive as possible. You all can vote on the winner and award a prize, or you can all just take in the fun festive decor on family walks. House Beautiful has listed 47 outdoor decor ideas that can help in the contest.
Photo Credit: www.amazon.comWith this year’s Halloween being slightly different due to the pandemic, it is important to stay positive and celebrate to the fullest. Whether you are staying in for a zoom party and family movie night, or getting out to Boo someone, partake in a parade, or decorate, remember to stay festive and dress up! Gather your friends and family this Halloween and celebrate to the fullest. If you try out any of these ideas, make sure to share it with us on social media @designerzankhna!