Ten Themes to Make Halloween Trunk or Treat and Trailer Decorating Easy

Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by Party Time of Baton Rouge

Ten Themes to Make Halloween Trunk or Treat and Trailer Decorating Easy

Baton Rouge is a “go big or go home” city (as evidenced by LSU tailgating), and Halloween is no exception. While trick-or-treating in the local neighborhoods you might see Halloween caravans, where neighborhood parents decorate an open trailer, fill it with bales of hay, and load it up with costumed kids to deliver them to friendly neighbors’ doors. Then there’s the ever-popular trunk-or-treating! This is where moms, families, businesses, and more back their cars, trucks, and trailers into parking lots and decorate them in super fun themes. Children go from trunk-to-trunk for their tricks-and-treats in a safe, no-traffic area.

This year our family’s Halloween was made more festive and so easy with Party Time on Bluebonnet near Airline. They have plenty of accessories and décor items to outfit the perfect trunk-or-treat or trailer caravan. They also have just about any Halloween costume, accessory, tableware, bakeware, or party supply item you’ll need to make it through Halloween.

I had big plans for my trunk-or-treat trailer and Party Time gave me a one-stop shop experience. I couldn’t have been happier. Halloween lives among the aisles throughout October at Party Time. My Pinterest board is littered with trunk-or-treat ideas, but one idea really captured my imagination this year. I had to celebrate my favorite witches, the Sanderson Sisters from the movie Hocus Pocus. I found the perfect Halloween accessories at Party Time to make a little Hocus Pocus of my own.

If you are looking for the perfect trunk-or-treat theme that kids will love, head to Party Time. They have the widest selection of items to do it up right. In fact, all of the photos in this post were made possible by a little imagination, a bit of elbow grease, and a really fun visit to Party Time.

Here are ten Trunk-or-Treat themes you and your family will love putting together.

  • The Upside Down from Netflix’s Stranger Things
  • Superheroes of the Marvel and DC Universes
  • LSU and the Saints
  • Disney princesses, princes, and villains
  • Crawfish, gumbo, beignets, and other Louisiana treats
  • The scary clown car
  • Star Wars—May the Treats be with You
  • Pixar movie characters
  • Pirate-themed
  • Good, old-fashioned Halloween

Even if you want to do something off-the-wall, Party Time is a great place to start getting ideas. So if you’re trunking or trailering this year, you’ll find some serious DIY mom-treats at Party Time.

So how are you decorating for Halloween? Do you do trunk or treat? Sound off in the comments and show me some pictures of your Party Time Halloween decor!

Whitney is a born and raised Louisianian. Her passions lie in playground sports, keeping a messy home (much to the dismay of the husband), drinking lots of caffeine, dancing in the kitchen, getting (well trying to get) her booty in shape, and making people smile. She devotes her time to three things that fall very close to her heart: her little family, her weenie pup, and the urge to never stop creating. She married to a gentlemen that is her opposite. He though a pilot, is firmly grounded while she spends most of her time with her head in the clouds. She is a step-mom and mom of two girls, and finds motherhood is a bizarre dichotomy of grace and chaos. As a family they make life work with amazingly creative grilled cheese sandwiches, streamers, Steen's Syrup, and maybe a bubble bath. Each day she chases paper rainbows and lives the southern narrative.


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