It’s the one time of year when it’s socially acceptable to step into the dark side so why not take advantage of this rare occasion by bringing the ghosts out from the closet.
Dust it off: Instead of having your old books (preferably by Edgar Allan Poe) sit on the shelves collecting dust, put them to good use by tearing out the pages to create eerie banners. Or if you prefer no not rip out the pages, carve pop-out ghosts in them instead. If that’s too much trauma for your prized dust-collectors, then you may want to just stick with stacking them up and covering in spider webs.
Chalk it up: Gone are the days of chalkboards for classrooms, but hello to the days of chalkboard paint for events. Cover the pumpkins, candleholders and even the whole side of your wall with the ‘old school days’ paint. Your Halloween party will be screaming fun… if not, just drag your finger nails across the chalkboard hanging above the Dracula martini bar and that will do the trick… (or treat)!
Liz King Caruso is an Event Strategist, Consultant and Speaker. As CEO of Liz King Events and techsytalk, she has helped countless thought leaders grow their audience and sell their products through in-person, virtual & hybrid events. Liz is a big-picture person – passionate about tying events into an overall sales and marketing strategy and being efficient at every point of the process. Technology is her niche and she’s obsessed with helping organizations of every size leverage technology to produce more engaging and seamless event experiences.
In addition to her client work, Liz connects & educates her industry colleagues through platforms she has built – techsytalk GLOBAL, the techsytalk community & IGNITE Consulting program.
Liz has been featured as Eventex’s 50 Most Innovative Virtual Meeting Planners, Successful Meetings list of 25 Most Influential People in the Meetings Industry, Top 5 Women in Event Tech, amongst other awards.