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Halloween Monster Brunch

So this Halloween MONSTER BRUNCH by Jessica from Party Box Design is just RIDICULOUSLY CUTE! I love how she utilized a mix of both modern & vintage styles and incorporated aqua into the traditional black & orange color palette for a refreshing & unexpected pop of color.

My sweet tooth probably doing some of the talking here, but one of my favorite details has to be the gorgeous caramel chocolate apples adorned with twig handles made from sticks from her own back yard! Don’t you just want to reach right through the screen and grab one?! And then of course there are the too-adorable-to-be-scary sugar cookies, and fabulous chocolate dipped pretzels covered in black & orange nonpareils.

Halloween Monster Brunch

Halloween Monster Brunch

Read on for LOTS more festive images (including a darling little cow touting an “EAT MOR CHIKIN” sign!) + party details…

Halloween Monster Brunch

Halloween Monster Brunch

Halloween Monster Brunch

Halloween Monster Brunch

Halloween Monster Brunch

Halloween Monster Brunch

Halloween Monster Brunch

Halloween Monster Brunch

Halloween Monster Brunch

Halloween Monster Brunch

Halloween Monster Brunch

Halloween Monster Brunch

Halloween Monster Brunch

Halloween Monster Brunch

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Jessica

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“We could not have had a nicer day, with better weather, and I was so happy with how this party turned out, minus the fact that the only child without a costume, was MY OWN! Ohhhhh YES, Charli would NOT, WOULD NOT put her cute cupcake costume on.

We had soooo many yummy treats AND a very spooky chic bar. I even used sticks I found in my yard for the caramel apples! We also had some beyond fab cocktails… and some witches brew as well!

The beautiful rose centerpiece was a simple and inexpensive DIY project I took on. I bought 4 dozen roses at a local grocery store and found long sticks in my yard to keep the cost down. You can find all the details and instructions on my blog.

There was of course a scarecrow, to keep the kiddos in check! OOO and what Halloween party would be complete without some MONSTER TOES.

Fun was had by all!”

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VENDOR CREDITS:
– Invitations & Party Styling: Party Box Design
– DIY Flower Tutorial: Party Box Design
– Photography: Ashley Hays
– Paper Pom Poms: Pom Flair
– Cookies: The Cookie Jar
– Chocolate Lollipops: Lolligals
– Chocolate Covered Oreo Eyeballs, Pretzels & Marshmallows: Sue’s Gift Box & Sweet Shoppe
– Cups, Straws, Cupcake Wrappers & Favor Bags: Fort and Field
– Custom Labels: Bottle Your Brand
– Carved Pumpkins: Robert Johnson
– Painted Pumpkins: Lindsey Shevkun

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