When planning a Halloween party, not only do you need cool decor and costumes, treats and drinks are an important part of it too. We’ve already shared some delicious dessert recipes, and now we’re telling you about amazing Halloween cocktails that will spice up any party (adults only!).
This cocktail is basically Belarusian. For an extra Halloween flair, you can top off this drop with an edible skull stirrer made of white chocolate. It’s a super easy do-it-yourself job that will satisfy your sweet tooth – because if you’re old enough to drink this drink, you’re too old to trick or treat. We all have our crosses to bear.
This Halloween witch brew will make all your goblins grin! It’s a slightly sparkling lime that the whole family will love. Put dry ice in the punch bowl for an extra creepy effect! The whip is a beautiful, if slightly repulsive, green color with chunks of melting sorbets that the kids loved when they scooped it up.
A simple prop makes all the difference in Halloween fun! These syringes are filled with Bloody Maria syringes (a Bloody Mary with tequila instead of vodka) to add flavor to the festivities. This contribution for people over the legal minimum age for alcohol consumption; always drink responsibly!
These vampire bite shots are just what you need to start the party. It’s a quick, bloody Mary mix that is poured into vials with a flavorful cayenne pepper salt. You get the bite from the spice and alcohol, so take that as a fair warning. After a couple of these, the night seems to be even creepier than you thought.
This creepy serving, the perfect mix of sweet and sour, inspired by thebar.com Smirnoff Ghouls mug, is sure to cast a spell over your guests! Just don’t be alarmed if you see some creepy creatures at the bottom of your glass, because if you don’t garnish drinks with worms and tarantula brains on Halloween, then when?
A classic cocktail updated in the style of perhaps the most popular TV show on the air. The Negan Cocktail is old-fashioned with a nod to The Walking Dead’s most disturbing villain to date. This version has been modified with a Red Rock Sugar Swizzle Stick, which stirs and sweetened the drink instead of a sugar cube, but also colors the cocktail blood red.
With all of the scary movies on offer this time of year, you need a delicious coffee cocktail to enjoy while remaining semi-vigilant in case a loud noise occurs anywhere nearby. This Raven-inspired coffee cocktail is an autumn update of a classic Black Russian cocktail with notes of vanilla and cinnamon. If you’re a pumpkin spice fan and have pumpkin spice vodka near you, you can swap that out for the cinnamon whiskey.
This sour Frankenstein cocktail is a fun party cocktail for Halloween. Don’t be fooled by the green: it’s really just cucumber margaritas in disguise! The fake blood is optional. But why not add it for the creepy effect? And it’s a breeze: corn syrup and red food coloring!
Not only were these vampire apple pie shakes easy to make and delicious, they were creepy and perfect to start the weekend of Halloween festivities!
This Witch’s Brew Halloween Cocktail is as tasty as it is scary! The purple color and the shimmering effect give it the super creepy Halloween look. Grab your “ghoul” friends and throw a Halloween party for girls. Serve them these cheeky Witch’s Brew cocktails on a tray or bar cart when they arrive.
Blue is perhaps the most popular color used in home renovations. Why so? It's universal - it goes with any style, it's peaceful and comfortable, this color is very soothing, unless you go for super neon colors. Blue is a very natural color for all types of spaces from kitchens to home offices, but today I share blue bathrooms and I am sure you will love them!
Shades and color schemes
First, decide which shade of blue you like - navy, royal blue, light blue, light blue, neon blue? With the main decision made, it's time to choose a style to use. Although most homeowners choose the same style as everywhere to make the spaces cohesive, I would say that a bathroom is relatively small and you can get the style you've always wanted to try, boho for example.
What colors and shades can blue be combined with? First and foremost, neutrals who are sure to freshen up the room a lot. Second, these can be different warm metallics for contrast and chic - brass and gold are your choices, although copper will be beautiful too. If you want an atmospheric bathroom, choose graphite gray and black. If you want a colorful room, light shades are your choice.
How to engage
A completely blue bathroom isn't very common, but if you feel like it, just do it! If not, there are a number of ways you can elegantly incorporate your blues without going all blue. This could be walls, floors, tiles in the shower room or even furniture and nothing else - if you choose too much blue it won't stand out too much. Check out some ideas below and enjoy!