It's that time of year again: the time for unique costumes, creepy decorations, and celebrating all things spooky. But Halloween means more than just getting a costume and decorating. The spirit of the holiday is all about being creative and mixing things up. It's the chance to be literally anything or anyone you want and to have fun with loved ones. Talk about a reason to celebrate!\nSure, some traditions might need tweaking this year, but that just gives you even more of a chance to explore the wonder of the season — which is where Party City comes in.\nWith everything you could possibly imagine (and more), this go-to source for holiday inspiration and ideas is also a leading, one-stop shopping destination for party supplies and costumes. As an expert in seasonal and micro-seasonal celebrations, they have Canadian retail stores across seven provinces plus online shopping available. You want it? Party City's got it!\nIt can actually be pretty easy and exciting to organize the perfect spooky celebration, so why not try something new this Halloween and make it your own? You can use these creative and entertaining celebration plans as your starting point.\nGo Classic With Halloween Decor\nIt's a much-loved tradition for good reason. Sure, for most of the year, cobwebs and caution tape might be red flags. But during the Halloween season, you've got carte blanche to transform your home into a dreamscape (or a nightmare scene).\nGet your whole family together and pick a decor theme. Is it a haunted skull-filled graveyard? Skeleton dance-off? Ghosts versus zombies? Pro tip: Match your costume to the scene and star in your own Halloween home movie.\nView this post on Instagram 🎃💀 decorating my living room for halloween has been the ultimate thrill, totally taking me out of my comfort zone and forcing me to try something new! I don’t often decorate with a lot of black, but I channeled my inner Morticia Addam’s and put a touch of black anywhere I could! 🦇 even though i just started this account 2 months ago, it has been such an amazing experience so far meeting so many other UH-MAZING people who share the same passion and love of home decor as i do, as well as having somewhere to channel all my creativity and crazy ideas 🤪 . . The #DecorGalsDoItAll Tour is LIVE for our ninth week! Come join us to discover talented women who DO IT ALL, whether it’s DIY, interior design, gardening, hosting, or anything creative around your home! Every tour the Decor Gals will pick a favorite photo to be the feature/cohost at our next tour! Go to @decorgalsdoitall for directions on how to join! The DecorGalsDoItAll Tour runs every-other Wednesday, 7pm EST- Thursday, 7pm EST. . . . #ks__dgdia__5016 #ldh24h10 #ids5happyhumpday#dothe99 #yespartycity #partycityhalloween #dollartree #dollartreehalloween #influencer #sponser #photooftheday #instagood #instadaily #photography #diy #diyprojects #farmhousehalloweendecor #naturalinteriorstyles #interiordecorator #halloween #halloweendecor #instagram #cozyhome #modernfarmhouse #likeforlikes #farmhousedecor #farmhouse #temecula #sandiego A post shared by Jackie • Home Decor✨ (@franchesca.designs) on Oct 21, 2020 at 8:12pm PDT\nDress Up Your Pets & Show Everyone That Yours Really Are The Cutest\nIs there a better way to ring in the spooky season than a photoshoot with your pets? Make sure they get in on the fun by dressing them up and wondering just how they got so adorable.\nGo crazy and coordinate outfits with your fur babies, like being matching pumpkins or unicorns, then show them off by taking a walk around the block together. Spend the night eating snacks and taking snaps!\nView this post on Instagram 🎈TIᗰE TO ᖴᒪOᗩT🎈 🤡 🎈 Pennywise Bandana @doghairinc 🤡 This post is an entry for #fiercefreyacostumecontest 👻 🎈 🤡 🎈 🤡 🎈 🤡 🎈 #americanbully #dontbullymybreed #puppy #ddflike #rolldogsposse #bullyworld #petfriendsgroup #icanteven #pitbull #dogsoftampabay #pupstagram #bullybreed #dogsofbark #bullysquad #adorabull #barkhappy #itsadogslife #bullies #fridaymood #friyay #howloween #spookyszn #spookyseason #funnydog #greatdane #pennywise #dogcostume A post shared by 🐾 ᔕᑌᗰO 🐾 (@sumo_theamericanbully) on Oct 23, 2020 at 8:26am PDT\nTransform Your Home Into An Epic Haunted House\nOne of the best parts of Halloween is the chance to get scared (in a good way). It's the time where all the creepy crawlies we avoid all year come out to play. Whatever your cringe-factor, from zombies and clowns to spiders and ghosts, this is your chance to do the most.\nLifesize animated characters, like the Tear Apart Tina Doll or IT Chapter 2 Dead Georgie Prop, don't just add a unique flair — they're the stuff that nightmares are actually made of. Add in some liquid fog, a bat projector, plus a garland of bloody weapons, and everyone will be in for a good jump scare. Hide a floating and talking balloon in the back of your house and watch family members or roommates come face to face with their ultimate fear (in decoration form, of course).\nView this post on Instagram Cheers! Spooky season is finally here! ✨🎃 A post shared by Party City Canada (@partycitycanada) on Oct 1, 2020 at 6:37am PDT\nEmbrace Your Favourite Fandom\nHalloween is the ultimate time to lean into your favourite fictional universe. Maybe you've just discovered a new book series or TV show, or your kids are getting into a certain cartoon character. This is a chance to show enthusiasm for all things quirky.\nPick the key theme colours, get matching costumes, and spend the night in character. Whether your household is into comic-book heroes or Frozen, not only can you snag awesome costumes but you can also find streamers and balloons to deck out your home.\nView this post on Instagram “Parking duty. Dismissed!” I’m not sure we will be able to pull off another family Halloween costume this year but even if we aren’t doing any trunk or treat costume contests I still want to dress us all up for fun. Well... fun for me. I just have to decide if it’s worth torturing them all through the process 🤪. Are you team family Halloween costume or no? 🎃 #familyhalloweencostumes #disneycostume #zootopiacosplay #interracialfamily #disneyfamily A post shared by Jennifer Borget |Cherish 365 (@jenniferborget) on Oct 7, 2020 at 5:59pm PDT\nCelebrate With A Spooky Scavenger Hunt\nWe all know that candy is a huge motivator for Halloween happiness. If you're planning to stick close to home, it doesn't mean that you need to miss out on all the fun.\nFirst, prep your home with seasonal spirit by draping black Halloween cloth over your staircase and sticking creepy vintage frames on the walls. Next, hide candy in different spots around the house. Stick goodies behind a screaming jack-o'-lantern, tuck them under a headstone or stash them behind a terrifying animated shaking clown (seriously, who's going to get near that thing?). Then, make up some mysterious clues and riddles to lead eager hunters to the loot.\nView this post on Instagram At-home Halloween candy hunt? Check!🎃🕸 A post shared by Party City Canada (@partycitycanada) on Oct 9, 2020 at 9:42am PDT\nPlan A Murder-Mystery Night\nIs there anything more fitting of the eeriness of Halloween than the thought of a fictional murder in the house? Assign different characters, get everyone dressed up, and bring the scene to life.\nFirst, choose some props (like murder weapons and a magnifying glass, of course). Set the mood with bloody balloons and dark manor imagery. Lay the corpse out on a gross-looking bloody gauze sheet and leave some clues at the scene. Hand out flashcards with questions at random to all the characters. Set out on a detective journey and find the culprit. Once you've all figured out the murderer, let loose by snapping memorable pics in a police lineup-themed photo booth.\nView this post on Instagram 👻🎃 waiting for my boyfriend to finally cook me dinner got me like 💀 JUST KIDDING, if we’re being serious, he’s the real chef of the house, boy can my man make a mean steak 😍 but especially with the holidays coming up, i really want to work on my cooking skills and learn some new Mexican dishes, so if anyone has any recommendations on dishes to make, send them my way!! 🥘 . . . #thht0123 #homesweethometour2020 #dgdaily1024s #bdsdaily86k #dothe99 #yespartycity #partycityhalloween #dollartree #dollartreehalloween #photooftheday #instagood #instadaily #photography #diy #diyprojects #farmhousehalloweendecor #naturalinteriorstyles #interiordecorator #halloween #halloweendecor #instagram #cozyhome #modernfarmhouse #likeforlikes #farmhousedecor #farmhouse #temecula #sandiego A post shared by Jackie • Home Decor✨ (@franchesca.designs) on Oct 24, 2020 at 7:04pm PDT\nPrep A Ghoulish Supper To Match The Occasion\nIt's not a party without tasty eats, and this goes double for Halloween. Decorate the dinner table by placing colourful bat string lights around a unique centrepiece, like an animated crystal ball. Set the ambiance with fluorescent black lighting. You can go with a full-on theme, like cutesy sugar skulls or The Nightmare Before Christmas, or completely mix and match it up.\nMake some peanut butter zombie eyeballs, bloody beets and carrots, or pasta tapeworms. Do up your pancakes as little jack-o'-lanterns. Present an entrée of intestines and toenails (sausage and chips) on a gory tablecloth full of bloody hands and discover a strange mix of disgust and intrigue. Pour spooky cocktails, like a Zombie Smash or Black Cauldron, into blood-spattered cups and sip away!\nView this post on Instagram Decorating the house for Halloween is definitely the kids’ second favorite thing to do for Halloween! We picked up all of this spook-tacular decor from @partycitycanada! They have everything you need to decorate your home inside and out for Halloween. This blow up BOO banner was the kids favourite thing this year, and it was so easy to do at home! Do you like to decorate your home with fun or scary Halloween decorations?! 🎃👻 #PartyCityCelebrates #PartyCityHalloween #AD #familyhalloween #halloweenfun #Halloween2020 A post shared by JADE 🖤 (@jadebrittanyblog) on Oct 21, 2020 at 10:32am PDT\nSet Up A "Killer" Trick-Or-Treat Station For Neighbours To Rave About\nWhether you plan to trick-or-treat with your kids or opt to stay home this year, there might be some candy-seekers out and about in your neighbourhood.\nUse your porch to celebrate the holiday aesthetic outdoors and limit candy-handling. You can leave a spooky bin, find a candy dispenser, or come up with something all your own. Plant a lawn skeleton, hang a lifesize grim reaper on your front door, or set up some giant inflatable decor. Tie in classics like tombstones, jack-o'-lanterns, and witches, jazz it up with cobwebs and ghosts, and spread the joy of candy.\nView this post on Instagram well it looks like ms. skelley clarkson had a little too much to drink last night 🤪💀 ⠀ #lovelydecorhomes26bz #dgdaily1025t #naturalinteriorstyles20h #bdsdaily69s #dothe99 #yespartycity #partycityhalloween #dollartree #dollartreehalloween #photooftheday #instagood #instadaily #photography #diy #diyprojects #farmhousehalloweendecor #naturalinteriorstyles #interiordecorator #halloween #halloweendecor #instagram #cozyhome #modernfarmhouse #likeforlikes #farmhousedecor #farmhouse #temecula #sandiego A post shared by Jackie • Home Decor✨ (@franchesca.designs) on Oct 25, 2020 at 12:06pm PDT\nHalloween is a celebration that embraces individuality, entertainment and, of course, candy and costumes. There are endless ways to ring in the occasion from home.\nWith their huge supply of scary seasonals, creative costumes, and unique decor, Party City offers nothing but opportunity and great fun this Halloween. So what are you waiting for? Pick your ensemble and transform your place into a celebration of the spooky.\nFor even more Halloween inspo, check out the Party City website. Follow them on Instagram and Facebook. Share your spooky snaps with #PartyCityHalloween.