You’ve still got a few days left if you haven’t sorted your Halloween costumes or decoration so don’t panic if you’re planning a Halloween party this weekend and have left things until the last minute. Most online shops offer next day delivery so you’ve not left it too late but now is definitely the time to get shopping!
I was browsing one of my favourite online shops, Not On The High Street that sells some of the most unique homewares from independent designers and noticed they have an amazing Halloween section! So if you’ve not done your Halloween shopping yet, this is a great place to head. Even better, they’re offering a 15% discount on orders over £50 – just enter the code LUCKYME at checkout.
Ok onto the fun Halloween shopping!
Day Of The Dead Bunting
This colourful bunting makes a gorgeous alternative Halloween decoration if you want to get into the party spirit without being too scary or cheesy. See full details at Not On The High Street.
Make your trick or treating that bit more fun with these spooky cotton skeleton and pumpkin bags, printed with a name and message of your choice. They also make great goody bags for a kids Halloween party. See full details at Not On The High Street
These cute pumpkins in a variety of different fabrics make cute non-scary decorations and look great grouped together. See full details at Not On The High Street
What’s Halloween without a few bats? But forget those cheesy and cheap looking rubber bats and instead decorate your home with this gorgeously spooky hanging bat decoration. Works great on the wall behind your Halloween party food table or as a photo backdrop. Purchase from Not on The High Street
It’s the little details that really make your Halloween party – like using these skeleton paper cups instead of plain white or plastic versions. Comes as a set of 8 and matching paper plates and napkins are available too. See full details at Not On The High Street.
Lighting can make a huge difference to your Halloween decor and these atmospheric and artistic paper bag lanterns would look great on your food table or at the entrance to your home. These bags are made from flameproof paper and can be used with tea light candles, but battery-powered LED tealights are recommended. See full details at Not on The High Street.
Photobooths where your guests can have their photos taken and see them on social media later have become very popular at all kinds of parties in recent years. These are always more fun when you supply a few props and this set of Halloween themed props are sure to be entertaining at your Halloween party. See Not On The High Street for full details.
This is no cheap teapot, so probably not worth buying just for using at a Halloween party, but if you love Gothic style and homewares that are a little unusual, it will make a beautifully creepy addition to your home. See Not On The High Street for full details.
How cute are these little bat lanterns? They are available with black, purple, or green wings and look great hung in a tree with teatlights inside to welcome trick or treaters. Full details at Not On The High Street
These spider straws will finish off your Halloween drinks with style and spookiness and kids think they’re a riot! See the full details and order at Not On The High Street.
Sometimes you need to really splash out and treat yourself and this spooky drinking set would be perfect for an adult Halloween party or to display and use as part of a Gothic tableware collection. See details and buy at Not On The High Street.
Halloween Bottle Labels
Trick Or Treat Bunting
This gorgeous and sophisticated Halloween banner would look great as a backdrop or in your entry way and is a subtle way to add some Halloween decoration that isn’t too gory or scary. See full details at Not on The High Street.