Creative Fall Party IdeasCreative Fall Party Ideas
Creative Fall Party Ideas
Summer beach parties and winter holiday parties make it easy to underestimate fall as a fantastic party season. Still, we have Halloween and many other things to appreciate this fall. Nights that are not too hot and not too cold and the colorful nature make this a perfect time for a party. If you wish to gather your friends, co-workers, and family – we’ve got some great tips for you. Here are some creative fall party ideas that will turn your celebration into an event everyone will remember.
The three P’s everyone loves – pumpkin, pie, and party!
The first thing we think of when someone mentions fall is pumpkins. So why not use them as a theme for your fall party? You can create a fun pumpkin carving challenge that can be interesting both for kids and adults. Pumpkins are great for decoration but also as a tasty treat. Use them in your party menu – pies, cakes, dips, and much more!
Fall leaves as an inspiration
Leaves turning red and orange is just the reason to have a party. Collect some of them and use them as party decorations, instead of coasters or even as cake toppers. The possibilities are endless, especially if your guests are primarily kids. They can play games with leaves, have a collecting tournament, etc.
Movie night – fall edition
September and October will treat us to a couple of warm evenings, so be sure to use them the best way possible. A movie night in your backyard is one of those easy creative fall ideas. Pick films associated with fall – you can also go for spooky/mystery ones to make the night even more interesting! Add some snacks and cozy blankets, and have a night to remember.
There’s something magical about gathering around a bonfire in the evening. Why don’t you try that out with your friends? Bring some tasty bites and cocktails, and have a party right there in your backyard. If some of your friends are getting married in the fall, this can be a great way to have a bachelorette party! Sit around the fire, share fun stories from the past and enjoy some good music and drinks.
Wine is the official drink of fall. That’s why you should go for a wine-themed party for your birthday, or it can be a perfect choice after you’ve just moved into a new home. Invite your friends and offer a delicious selection of cheeses, some olives, and sun-dried tomatoes. Here are some tips on hosting the best wine party:
- Choose wines your guests love – as wine parties don’t involve too many people, contact them beforehand to find out their wine preferences;
- Serve wines properly – serve small sips first, and make sure there are enough spit buckets;
- Have enough palate cleansers such as bread or some other snacks
- Go with the right food – if you’re making a meal, do some research on what kind of foods pair best with the wines you selected. There are many recipes for bruschetta, pastries, and other foods that will astonish your guests.
Oktoberfest at home
If you prefer beer over wine, and Munich seems too far away, why don’t you have a beer festival at home? Check out local specialty stores for a fine selection of German beers, make a stand in your backyard and invite your friends for some Oktoberfest fun! Include some of the traditional German foods, too, and to go one step further, try to find some traditional Oktoberfest clothes!
A game night inspired by fall
If your guests love games, invite them to a fall-themed game night. There are several games you can try out and adapt to fit the theme. Support them with some great snacks – just be sure to avoid greasy or sticky foods if you’re playing cards! Also, make sure you pick a game that everyone likes and knows and have a backup plan if you finish early.
Undoubtedly one of the most important days of the fall is Thanksgiving. You can have an intimate party with your friends, cook your dinner together and have fun. But don’t forget that this is a fall party, which means you can use colorful foliage as decoration and create a menu with traditional Thanksgiving bites. Branches, pinecones, and leaves can be used for a fantastic centerpiece, which will give your Thanksgiving dinner a whole new look.
Don’t like the fall season? Move to a place with endless summer!
Even though the fall season is beautiful and colorful, those living in NYC may not like it that much. After all, fall is the introduction to winter – which can be pretty cold in New York. That’s why many people decide to move to a warmer part of the country, such as Florida. You can move here from NYC and have a fall-themed farewell party. Try using one of these creative fall party ideas to say goodbye to NYC in the best way possible. Finally, creativity and perfect decoration are not worth much if you’re not with the right people. A good party is not the one with the best décor, but the one where the host is friendly and in a good mood. That’s why you should focus on making the guests feel good and having fun!