Hoping your Halloween is super sweet!
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I can’t even! These came into my inbox in a forward, and let me just tell you these doggies just made a long week disappear. Major treats for these pups please! Just priceless!
It all started with the idea of creating a time capsule for my son Weston to open on his 18th birthday. In searching what items to include in our time capsule, my go-to method for inspiration – Pinterest led me to this gem of a Halloween costume. Being born in the 80’s, my husband and I love the Back to the Future movies and this gave us the perfect 1st birthday party theme.
And because who has the time to make a cardboard Dolorean time machine, why not rent the real thing! Fortunately for us Eric Sellin lives in New Jersey.
A guest appearance was a great surprise from Matt Bell aka Marty McFly
Weston’s costume: Jean Jacket, button-down and jeans by Baby Gap, Suspenders and Red Bubble Vest Amazon, Red Marist College onesie “Go Red Foxes” and baby sneaks purchased at Pop in Millburn also available on Amazon.
We asked friends & family to contribute to a time capsule to be opened in 2035, when Weston turns 18! Letters, the New York Times from the day Wes was born, family photos, a Back to the Future T-shirt, match box car, DVD and this great recap of the year 2017 from Etsy were just some of the items included.
We served themed desserts – an Outatime Cake, Flux Capacitor Rice Krispie Treats and Clock Tower favor cookies that read Weston’s birthday 8:31. Both the sheet cake and Weston’s funfetti smash cake were made by Splurge Bakery, and the favor cookies were made by Cookie Mom (email@example.com).
In lieu of birthday gifts we made a donation to the Micheal J. Fox Foundation in support of Parkinson’s Disease research. Please help us in supporting their amazing efforts here: https://fundraise.michaeljfox.org/tf-2018/WestonMcRye
Hosting a soiree this Halloween… here are some spooktacular ways to make guests get webbed with glee or turn green with fear.
1. creepy cocktail bar, potterybarn.com, 2. scary specimens, diynetwork.com, 3. Halloween Trick or Treat Printable Party Pieces, $9, Frog Prince Paperie etsy.com, 4. Glittered pumpkins, instructions – marthastewart.com, 5. trailing mice, instructions & template – marthastewart.com. 6. webbed tableware, marthastewart.com, 7. I’d Turn Back if I Were You lanterns, instructions – marthastewart.com
See more Halloween ideas here
I remember as a kid having Halloween candy last an entire year – disgusting yes, but to me at age seven it was still edible. Why not teach your kids a valuable lesson about giving back and good oral health. Less trips to the dentist for cavities…APPLAUSE! Presenting Halloween Candy Buy Back: Participating dentists will buy back kids’ Halloween candy and the candy will be shipped to US soldiers serving overseas. Host a buy-back event and get others involved. This is a project sure to make everyone smile!