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Things to do on Halloween
Things to do on Halloween

Things to do on Halloween

Halloween is NOT CANCELLED in 2020!

A table topped with cupcakes and Halloween decorations featuring orange Vegetarian cuisine for a Quinceanera celebration.

Not feeling like dressing up but wanting to do something spooktacular socially distanced or with a small group of friends and family?

Here are some fun ideas on how you should spend your Halloween

1) Host a movie night!

Quinceanera themed halloween movie night for kids with a spooky 31 Nights of Halloween movie clap

Ask your friends to bring Halloween classics such as: “It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown”, “Hocus Pocus”, “The Adams Family”, “Young Frankenstein” and or of course the always favorite, Burton’s best “A Nightmare Before Christmas” and “Corpse Bride”. Add pumpkin cake and hot chocolate to the mix and you’re guaranteed to have a fun Halloween night!

2) Pumpkin Carving!

A group of children carving Quinceanera pumpkins on a table

Look for online video tutorials or search carving pumpkins for beginners. Have a small group of family/friends gathering so each of you can put those carving skills to the test. Although a terrific and fun idea, it must be done with the proper caution and preferably with the help of an adult. There are special pumpkin carving kits to make it easier especially for those who are new at this. Do your research and get your craft on!

3) Plan a Snack Fest!

Quinceanera treats on the table, candy corn, cupcakes covered in frosting

With the help of your friends, create some extra-delicious Halloween treats you can enjoy, say perhaps during your movie night? Our favorite dishes include Spooky Fried Mozzarella Eyeballs, Tombstone Sandwiches, and pumpkin cupcakes. Prepare your favorite dish and post it on Instagram or Facebook. Make sure to tag us on Instagram @quinceañera to see the creative dishes you gals prepare.

4) Have a drive-by Trick or Treating Night 

A Quinceanera sign that says trick or treat next to a pumpkin, with orange font

Plan to have family and friends drive by to pick up some candy and treats! Instead of dressing up yourself, you can plan for everyone to dress up their family vehicle. Or do both! Pick a location to drive by and host a contest with the best family vehicle in costume, wins! Even though this year has not allowed us to celebrate how we usually do, does not mean we can’t start a new way of celebrating Halloween. This could be a new tradition for years to come for you and your family to celebrate together. What feels so different can become a new trend!

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Have any other ideas for a super fun Halloween night this year? Share your thoughts with us!

Let us know if you decide to celebrate your Halloween in one of these fun ways! Take lots of photos and Tag us on Instagram @quinceañera and use the Hashtag #quinceañeradotcom #XVhalloween2020 so we can repost and share with the rest of the XV family!

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