Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Monster's Ball

Lei Chic There are 28 days left until Halloween. Which is really the perfect time to watch a scary movie.

Also, to start planning a kick-ass All Hallow's Eve party.

Sure, you can stock up on the usual cobwebs and skeletons, but below are five bloody good additions that will transform your party into the ultimate graveyard smash.

We promise, heads will roll.

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For the door: Give your guests fair warning with colorful GiftCraft signs that tell them exactly what they're in for. $12.80, SoHa Living, Kahala Mall.

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For the table: Spook up your spreads with a pair of Ganz butter knives shaped like a (dare we say) hot witch's legs and skirt. $18.75, The Compleat Kitchen, Kahala Mall.

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For the glass: Guests will have a frightfully good time stirring their witches brew with Horror d'Oeuvres drink stirrers. $12.50 for set of 6, Red Pineapple, Ward Centre.

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For the bathroom: Give your bathroom a spiritual cleanse with glow-in-the-dark hand soaps that screech when pressed, then show ghosts the light with a fun luminary. $14.50 Eerie Apple hand soap, $5.50 Jack O'Lantern mini drop in candleholder, Bath & Body Works, Ala Moana Center.

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For the favors: Give guests an extra treat by tucking candy into the hidden compartments of these hauntingly adorable kokeshi. $12 Dracula and Frankenstein kokeshi, $6 Ghost kokeshi, available at Shop Toast, 3434 Waialae Ave., #3 and online.

Posted on Wednesday, October 3, 2012 in Permalink

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Lei Chic is a daily email and shopping blog that plugs you into Hawaii's newest and hottest boutiques, designers, trends, spas and salons, and more. You'll also discover all the cool events, dinners and sales happening around town in our Weekend Picks every Thursday. With Lei Chic, you'll get the inside scoop on what everyone will be talking about tomorrow – in your inbox today.

Lei Chic associate editor Natalie Schack has been a cultural anthropology student,museum worker bee and dabbler in graphic design. When she isn't scouting new fashion, compiling to-do lists or crafting puns, Natalie spends her free time dreaming up elaborate picnic ideas; "researching" via YouTube tutorials, blogs and Instagram; and dusting off her pith helmet for the next adventure life throws her way.

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