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Spooky Good Halloween Party Favor Ideas

Halloween Party Favor Ideas

How do you satisfy a party full of frightening witches, beautiful princesses, and very brave superheroes? It’s simple when you have plenty of tasty Halloween party favors, so good they’re scary.

Celebrate with personalized M&M’S candies that are definitely more treat than trick. Whether you’re a DIY kind of host or hostess or you’re looking for “ready-to-go” Halloween party favors, here are some inspired ideas to get you in the “spirit!”

Mini Halloween Piñatas

Here’s a fun twist on the traditional piñata. Create individual “mummy” piñatas with each guest’s name on a small pull tag. Just gather up some paper towel or toilet paper rolls, white crepe paper streamers, sticky googly eyes, and some twine or orange colored string.

Cut the tubes to size and cover one end with crepe paper. Fill the tube with candy (like personalized M&M’S) and tiny toys like spiders and skeletons. Cover the other end with crepe paper and a pull string. Wrap the rest of the tube to look like a mummy and add googly eyes to complete the look.

Delicious flavors. Real spooky favors.

Thrills and chills are easy when you create unforgettable Halloween party fun with personalized M&M’S. Keep it classic with traditional colors of black, orange, and white. Or tap into your inner goblin and select from 20 colors like purple or green.

Personalize your M&M'S chocolate candy with Halloween-themed clip-art or messages for your guests or ghosts. Or decorate M&M’S with a photo of your cutest (or scariest) Halloween costume.

Here’s a tip: For the best results, choose photos that only contain faces with just one or two people. (Oh, don’t forget your favorite pet!)

Go batty with personalized M&M’S favors.

Mummies, daddies, and kids of all ages will love it when you personalize M&M’S favors with spooktacular images of ghosts, happy or “mean” jack-o’-lanterns, or bats. Or add up to four different messages like “Happy Halloween,” or “Boo!”

Buy M&M’S in bulk and personalize them with clip art or photographs. Place candy into goodie bags and put into plastic black cauldrons or jack-o’-lanterns along with creepy-crawly favorites like spider rings, plastic bats, and witches’ fingers.

Looking for more scary good favor ideas for your next Hallows Eve celebration? Get inspired on our Halloween page.