We hope you all had a fantastic Halloween this weekend! Yes, we know. You become sad when you're looking out onto the lawn, seeing your wonderful pool closed. Don't get discouraged though, you can still have fun with it despite the climate change. Transition your decor into your outdoor space using these fun ideas below for the year ahead!
Why the long face?
Pool cover not installed yet? A great way to show off your holiday spirit is creating an eerie setting with floating pumpkins. You can purchase these resin Jack-O-Lanterns at most stores during this time of year and the end results are fantastic! Just carve your favorite expressions into them and start decorating!
Getting the goosebumps?
Forget the punch bowl, using dry ice is another great way to achieve that swampy effect. One important aspect to remember: If you're planning to use the pool for this, don't allow your guests to swim in it. Although the dry ice won't be added directly into the water, it's better to be safe than sorry. After all, we don't need anymore swamp monsters running around. If you're guests are abstaining from swimming, just place the dry ice into a container; proceeding to float it along the pool's surface.
May we lend you a hand?
No spook-tacular party would be complete without glowing hands! Purchase a box of rubber gloves, blow them up, place glow sticks inside and tie off the ends. Next, place them into the pool for a haunted graveyard appearance!
We've got a bone to pick with you.
Don't forget about your buddies in the closet, they've been looking a little pale! Place some plastic skeletons around your patio or float one in an inflatable tube for some extra giggles! It never hurts to have some extra bodies at your event.