FIVE ways to celebrate Halloween this year from MOMS!

Wondering what you and your family will do for this Halloween? Read what these Mom’s have planned with their families to try to make the most of this spooky holiday! 

1. Backyard Trick or Treat

Angel and her close friends are setting up stations around their backyards to let their children safely trick or treat. “This way they can still dress up, see a few friends, and of course get candy!”

2. Halloween Treats, a haunted house and a movie night

Kendra and her family will be doing it all! Baking treats, while the kids decorate each room into their own haunted house before settling down for a cozy movie night.  “We will make a Halloween themed charcuterie platter, and turn our couch into a bed to watch all the disney Halloween movies!”

3. Light Sight Seeing

Tiffany, her husband and son Easton are excited to get into the festive spirit. They will take a tour around the neighborhood to see all the lights and outside decor. “Easton is only 4 months and very into lights right now, we are also going to dress him up but that’s more for us than him ha!” Tiffany shared with us. They’ll end the night watching spooky movies. 

4. Camping Trip

April, Cloth+Bristle’s founder,  will be taking a trip to a camping resort with her family. The resort includes various holiday themes ranging from an in costume scavenger hunt to scarecrow decorating. “The weekend will be packed with safe and social distanced family fun” April tells us. Their weekend will also have an endless amount of s’mores. What’s better than that!

5. Trunk or Treat

Leah plans to take her kiddos to their local church where there will be social distancing  with trunk or treating. In addition, their town’s police station is converting their headquarters into a haunted house! How exciting and creative! 

Grab your favorite costume, your most delicious treat and enjoy the night, maybe try one of the ideas/activities above! 


1 comment

Great ideas! We’re doing a Trunk or Treat Halloween eve and a socially distanced scavenger with some neighborhood families on Halloween. 🎃

Darla November 11, 2020

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