Halloween Movie Night: free printable movie ticket, poster, cupcake pics, bottled water wrap, and Halloween banners plus popcorn bar ideas.
We love a good movie night around here, so we thought it would be fun to create a Halloween Movie Night to celebrate the season. This little party would be perfect for a family movie night, or a fun Halloween party. The free printables make it easy to create at your own home.
I’m so excited to be joining in with some of my favourite bloggers for the Seasonal Simplitcy Fall Series. Be sure to check out all their amazing Fall Printables using the links at the end of this post.
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Free Halloween Movie Night Printables
The printables for this movie night are so cute. I hope you love them as much as I do. They’re perfect for bringing your party together and they’re available for free for a limited time for Life is a Party subscribers in our Free Printable Library. Subscribe to the blog below for instant access.
To use the printables, just download and print on your home printer, or at your favourite office supply store or printer. Then use them to style your own party. In our Halloween Movie Night printable set there’s a fun movie night ticket, perfect for inviting your kids, family, or friends.
Along with the movie night ticket, there’s also a fun Halloween poster, cupcake picks, bottled water wrap, and serval versions of a Halloween banner.
On the table I used some pink tulle as a table cloth. It’s really inexpensive and you can pick it up at the fabric store. It comes in all kinds of colours, but pink was perfect for our party. I love how it adds a bit of whimsy to the table. We also used some cute mini star lights, that fit with our printables and the Halloween feel perfectly.
I used a simple black frame to add our printable poster to the table. “Eat, Drink, and Be Scary” indeed!
We also added in a few pumpkins, perfect for Halloween.
DIY Pink Cauldrons
I thought it would be fun to serve our popcorn in some pink cauldrons. We picked up some black plastic cauldrons at the dollar store, and spray painted them in three different shades of pink. Look for spray paint that is compatible with plastic. Remember it’s best to do many light coats of spray paint to avoid drips in the paint and ensure a smooth finish. Once the paint was dry, I lined the cauldrons with plastic wrap to make sure they were safe for food.
For the party, I filled them with popcorn. I picked our family favourites and used buttered movie theatre style popcorn, white cheddar popcorn, and caramel corn. Here’s another tip, depending on the size of your get together, if you don’t want to fill them all the way, because they are quite large, add a little crumpled parchment paper in the bottom to take up a little space, and then add your popcorn.
More Halloween Movie Night Snacks
I also included some adorable cupcake picks with our printable set. Just print them, cut them out with a large circle punch, and then use hot glue to attach a tooth pick to the back. The cupcake picks are a great way to dress up some simple store bought cupcakes.
Here’s another entertaining tip. I didn’t have a dessert stand in the right size so I used a small pink plate, set on top of a small pink bowl, turned upside down.
For drinks for this party we served bottled water and dressed it up with some printable bottled water wraps. Just print, cut, and attach to the bottle with some tape.
One of my favourite elements to this party is the adorable Halloween banner. I used my Cricut and the print then cut feature. Because this banner is quite detailed, it worked really well to cut it out with the Cricut. If you don’t have a Cricut, you could of course cut it out by hand, it would just take a little while. I also added some glitter details to the cut outs with different coloured glitters, and a glue stick. To create the banner I used a mini hole punch, some pink embroidery cotton, and a needle to thread them. I love this cute little banner, and I think it would be great decor for the whole Halloween season.
I also added a less intricate banner that would be easier to cut out, along with a simple “Happy Halloween” banner as well. Use any or all of them as a fun touch to your movie night.
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This party turned out so cute, and would be a really fun addition to your Halloween celebrations this fall. When my kids were little their favourite Halloween movie was a really cute Curious George one, and there’s always Charlie Brown and the Great Pumpkin if you’re not into scary movies like us.
With our free Halloween Movie Night printables, life really is a party!
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Also check out our Movie Date Night At Home here.
More Fall Printables
This week I’m joining some of my talented blogging friends for the Fall Seasonal Simplicity Series. Today we are sharing our Fall Printables with you! Be sure to check out all of the beautiful inspiration by visiting the links under the images below.
Free Printable Fall Landscape Art at The Happy Housie
Fall Printable Wall Art at Rambling Renovators
Watercolour Fall Leaf Printable at Finding Silver Pennies
4 Hand Lettered Fall Quotes at Lemon Thistle
Fall Printable Art Life Starts All Over at Pop of Pretty
Halloween Movie Night at Life is a Party
Fall Love Free Fall Printables at Clean & Scentsible
Free Printable Fall Bookmarks at The DIY Mommy
Free Printable Fall Images at My Sweet Savannah