Note: This is a sponsored post for Command Party Products. Every thought, opinion, and experience is 100% my own.
Anyone planning on hosting a Halloween party this year? If so, I’ve got tons of Halloween party ideas for ya! To start here are 34 Halloween party food ideas and here is last years Happy Owl-loween party decor. Today, I’m sharing 5 ways to use what you’ve got to make super cute centerpieces and spruce up your food table!
- Blankets as table cloths: Both the black and white one and the orange on are blankets!
- Plants: The lilly was my Mother’s Day present that I’ve kept alive!
- Re-use picture frames from around your house and add decorative paper.
- Candle sticks, cake stands, and books: Collect them from around your house and use them to give height to your party decor and food table
- Banners: I made that black and white banner 5 years ago and use it for almost every gathering in my home! Buy or make one generic banner and use it again and again!
Now that you’ve got the decorations gathered from around the house, how the heck do you hang ’em up? Command Party products get the party started, y’all! They make party decorating so much easier and ensure that your cuteness won’t fall off of the wall or ceiling mid party! Best of all, they are damage free and you can use them again and again, party after party! For this party set up, I used banner anchors, ceiling hooks, and mini spring clips. Command Party products also has balloon bunchers to effortlessly cluster 3 balloons on a wall without the use of helium!
Most of the above items live somewhere else in my house! The orange picture frame lives on the entry table, the lilly lives on the kitchen table, the candle sticks live on the bar, and the black and white banner I made a million years ago. Here is the collection of Command Party products, all of which can be found in the party aisle at your local Walmart.
1. Banner anchors
2. Clear mounting strips
3. Refill strips
4. Mini spring clips
5. Balloon bunchers
Here are the banner anchors in action. I love that they are clear and you can easily wrap the banner around the hook a few times! Did I mention that after the party is over the hooks don’t damage your wall and you can re-use them for your next party? Yea, I like that part, a lot!
The bats are hanging from the ceiling with celling hooks. They hold very well on smooth or lightly textured ceilings. Each hook can hold up to 1/2 a pound!
To give my paper bats dimension, I hung 5 from the ceiling and 3 from the wall. The 3 on the wall are hung with the mini spring clips.
Check the party aisle of the big box stored for Command Party Decorating Products! Like I said above, I love that you can reuse all of the clips and anchors! Just save the actually clips, and buy refill strip packs. How do you hang banners and party decor? I’d love to hear…