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Spooktagular Halloween Party Time

Get ready to Party! Look forward to a spooky Halloween party fest with all its webs, terrifying witches, gruesome ghosts making their way around the neighbourhood terrifying everyone in their wake. Prepare and decorate with colourful tissue paper honeycomb pumpkins, pumpkin garlands, ghosts and bats decorations. Create a feast to haunt even the most hearty souls. Set the table with spookily good Halloween tableware. Time to get ready for screams and frightful stares when they see your decorations & table setting! Its easy to create your own invitations and decorations, check out our Halloween temp plate and get creative.

But who says that Halloween is just for kids? The Indytute have published a blog with with 10 'Fangtastic' Events happening in London on the 31st, plenty to get your teeth into...From Discooo's to Haunted Pubs, so no excuses for a bit of adult Spooktacular time.

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Autumn Celebrations - Guy Fawkes

We love that we can look forward to even more celebrations in the Autumn. So get ready for a Guy Fawkes celebration on the 5th of November with more festivities. Its time to invite friends to an out-door gathering by sending autumn leaves invitations. Get cooking and serve up the hearty French Onion Soup in paper container with lids and feast on Bonfire treacle and Toffee Apples. Light the way with jam jar lanterns and paper lanterns. Not forgetting to light those sparklers and fireworks to make sure the evening is celebrated in glowing style. We think the fireworks are best left at home because its really not that great for the environment and our poor dogs and animals in general really hate them.

Why are we celebrating Guy Fawkes?

Guy Fawkes Night, also known as Guy Fawkes Day, Bonfire Night and Firework Night! This is an annual commemoration observed on 5th of November, primarily in Great Britain. Its history begins with the events of the 5th of November 1605, when Guy Fawkes, a member of the Gunpowder Plot was arrested. He was caught while guarding explosives that the plotters had placed beneath the House of Lords. Celebrating the fact that King James I had survived the attempt on his life, people then lit bonfires around London. Months later the introduction of the Observance of 5th November Acten forced an annual public day of thanksgiving for the plot’s failure.