Zoulah threw a party for some of my daughter Talley's friends. She brought our her frightening, but family friendly food for the party. She has been doing a variation of this party for many, many years.
Mummies always are a delight on Halloween night, especially if it was a cold Trick or Treating night.
Veggie Bones provide a respite from all the candy and cookies.
Witch Wands come in handy on Halloween night.
Pumpkin Poo is a bit tantalizing for pre-adolescent boys.
Moldy Chips are perfect to crunch on.
Non-Moldy Chips were also available to dip in Bat Venom.
Ogre Eyes were popular this Halloween night.
Witch Tears can give you a break from all the sweets and provide a little salty for the evening.
Said one guest, "I really like these, but I cannot eat them with that sign on the plate."
Spider bread is always a hit, especially if it is fresh out of the oven. There is a certain satisfaction in tearing off a leg and eating it.
The dessert and drink station was in another room.
Sheblob Punch has been a favorite around the Larsen home for years.
The Vampire Bloods were so enjoyed by the guests that a shot glass was broke from all their toasting.
Who would have known that so much fun could be had with cranberry juice?
Warty Witch Fingers have been a staple of our Halloween parties for years.
Monster cookies in their vibrant color joined our party fore the first time this year.
Those who were craving more sugar, had sugar cookies to munch on.
Worms to be gobbled up are always a favorite.
Decayed Teeth serve as a reminder what may lie in your future if you eat too much Halloween candy.
Some dastardly Pixies left their poison, so beware!
The pumpkin spewing out dry ice is always fun.
My daughter and her friends attended a church dance prior to the party.
Zoulah thanks you for dropping by, and hopes to see you next year around her favorite season.
Posted with Tablescape Thursday.