Are you planning a Halloween party this year? Then why not combine the holiday with the world’s most popular participatory sport – bowling – and get the good times rolling?!
With only a few weeks until October 31, now’s your chance to start planning. Follow this guide to make sure your Halloween bowling party is a rocking, memorable time.
Dress the Part
What’s a Halloween bowling party without costumes? Make sure you and your guests look the part when you step onto the lanes for your Halloween party this October. (Your invitations or Facebook event should clearly state it’s a costume party.)
Bowling costume ideas are plentiful: perhaps you want to dress up like The Dude from The Big Lebowski or a don a bowling pin costume or get a 1950s-style bowling league outfit and plenty of pomade. And for your kids’ costumes, the options are endless—no one ever said that Frankenstein couldn’t bowl!
Prepare Your Trick Or Treat Party Bags
Adults enjoy party favors as much as kids do. And Halloween party bags are some of the easiest to make because always include candy.
But if you’re looking for a little more “trick” in your Halloween party favors to shock your guests, here are some ideas to take with you to your local novelty store:
- Alcohol shooters (21+ only!)
- Hand-shock buzzer gag
- Pack of shocking gum
- Snake in a can
- Realistic prank items (fake tongues, gooey eyeballs, gross insects)
Halloween Bowling Tournament Idea: Monsters vs. Superheroes
Depending on how your guests dress, you can organize your bowling teams to create epic battles of Good versus Evil.
Simply count up how many guests dressed as monsters or bad guys and how many are good guys or superheroes. Team them up accordingly and start bowling.
The team with the highest score wins over three games wins.
Who knew that a few rounds of bowling could decide the fate of the earth this Halloween?
Party at Lang’s on Halloween!
We’ve got 2 great parties already planned – one on the lanes with our resident DJ Duval and one in the all new Nelson Event Center with DJ PM! But if you want something all to yourself, our party planners handle all the details so you can just have fun. No need to worry about music, food, or beer – just tell us what you’d like.
The clock is ticking, but you can still make your dream Halloween party a reality if you call Dayna at 401-944-0500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today!