No window frames were harmed in the making of this display! These clever props, designed by my husband, just pop into our window opening and can be pulled out after the party.
We had 103 party attendees and we knew they were going to come hungry. We needed a lot of space to hold all of the food and utilized the entire kitchen.
Our kitchen island was transformed into a graveyard scene which featured all of the savory food.
A brain eating zombie climbed out of his grave at one end of the island and a tombstone was set at the opposite end. In between was lots of tissue paper grass and food, of course.
Creepy zombie hands reached up out of the ground grasping at food like the skull shaped cheese.
Our desserts were a major focal point of the party food. We were sure to leave plenty of room around the tables so our guests could easily serve themselves.
Our haunted house display held individual zombie themed desserts including …
We made plenty of lollipops and painted candies to set around the table too.
I loved that I could fit my small skull shaped candies into chocolate coffins. During the party one young boy came up to me holding a chocolate coffin lid that had a big bite taken out of it and said, “this is chocolate, the whole thing is chocolate, this is so awesome.” It was too cute!
We needed more room for our Cookies ‘n Cream Fudge Tombstones, Brownie Coffins, Pumpkin Caramels, Zombie Marshmallows, and some handmade Halloween Chocolates, so we created another display on my kitchen desk.