Welcome to our Texas-style Halloween shopping guide. We know you are looking for fun unique Halloween décor, games, costumes, and other memorabilia for your spook fest this year.
We have our favorite picks for you to sink your teeth into! Don’t forget the giggle juice, invite your favorite dewdroppers, cook up some bags o’ mystery and have a pang-wangling good time this Halloween!
Halloween Shopping Guide & Party Ideas
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Texas BBQ Party: Serve up some classic Texas barbecue dishes, such as brisket, ribs, and pulled pork. You can also have a side dish contest to see who can make the best Texas-style potato salad, baked beans, or coleslaw.
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Texas Hayride: Take your guests on a hayride through the countryside. You can tell spooky stories or sing campfire songs along the way.
Texas Bonfire Party: Build a bonfire and roast marshmallows. You can also tell campfire stories or sing songs.
Texas Dance Party: Put on some Texas country music and let your guests dance the night away.
Texas Trivia: Test your guests’ knowledge of Texas trivia with questions about the state’s history, culture, and geography.
Costume Contest: Encourage your guests to dress up in their best Texas-themed costumes for a chance to win a prize.
Lasso Toss: Instead of trying to lasso a piñata, have players try to lasso a hula hoop or a stick horse that is staked into the ground.
Pin the Boot on the Cowboy: This is a twist on the classic game Pin the Tail on the Donkey. Players try to pin a paper boot on a poster of a cowboy.
No matter what kind of Texas-themed Halloween party you choose to have, make sure to have plenty of food, drinks, and music. And don’t forget the decorations! You can create a spooky atmosphere with cobwebs, jack-o’-lanterns, and other Halloween decorations.
Read about Texas Tall Tales and Halloween Ghostly Haunts here.
Vintage Style Halloween
Vintage Halloween folk art is the hottest trend in Halloween decorations this year!
If you’re looking to add a touch of spooktacular charm to your home decor, look no further than these unique and whimsical pieces. From hand-carved pumpkins to patchwork witches, vintage Halloween folk art is sure to get your guests in the spooky spirit.
Folk Art Doll Collectible
this uniquely handcrafted
folk art doll
from Joe Spencer’s
Gathered Traditions Collection
Tin Sign Vintage
Jack O Lantern
“Pumpkin Peeps Spider
& Devil Dolomite”
Ceramic Folk Art
3Pcs Happy Halloween
Wood Table Decor
Salt and Pepper
Shaker Set – Bone China
Folk Art Collectible
this uniquely handcrafted
Gathered Traditions Collection
Black Cat Skeleton
Burlap Table Runner
Set of 4 Glass
by Kathy Jack
from Jim Shore
in Folk Art Style
Home Wall Decor
Print of Original
Artwork by Ryta
Halloween Folk Art Style
Womens Long Sleeve
Clown Girls – Kids
Youth Size Costume
Toddler Baby Boys
for Women and Men
One Size Fits All
Fun Halloween Reads & Games
Wild West Murder
“Folk Art Halloween“
“The Once and
“Trick or Treat in Texas”
A Halloween Adventure
In The Lone Star State
More, Scary Halloween Shopping Guide
Day of the Dead
Inflatable Dead Spirit
“Dia De Los Muertos”
“Sugar Skull Flower”
Throw Pillow Covers
Set of 4
Sugar Skull Decor
Day of the Dead
Mexican Sugar Skulls
Flowers Bib Apron
Horror Fest Halloween
Prank Figure & Chainsaw
Horror Garden Gnome
Horror Movie Addict
Steel with Lid 20 oz
Party Cupcake Tower
Halloween Horror Decoration
Funny Metal Tin Sign
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Halloween Decor & Decorations
59” Halloween Hanging
Animated Witch Decoration
Witch Cat Mom
Metal Wall Art
Tin Sign Indoor
Mid Century Modern
Wall Art Poster
Halloween Door Mat
Customize Now Option
Black Cat On a
Pumpkin Jack O’Lantern
Salt and Pepper Shaker Set
Woodland Wild Animals
Home or Garden
More Halloween Party Tips Texas Style
Create a Haunted House Area: Use props such as cobwebs, tombstones, jack-o-lanterns, ghosts, ghouls, and grim reapers are all good options. You can make severed heads by painting foam wig heads with latex and acrylic paint. You can add fake blood for a more gruesome effect. also try making or buying skull lanterns, eyeball balloons, and candy urns.
Texas State Fair Theme Games: Check out the many different games that can be adapted to fit a Texas State Fair theme.
- Ring Toss: Players try to toss rings onto cones that are painted to look like candy corn.
- Milk Bottle Toss: Players try to toss a beanbag into a milk bottle.
- Balloon Animal Toss: Players try to toss a balloon animal into a trash can.
- Here are some additional tips for throwing a fun Texas-themed Halloween party:
- Serve Texas-themed food and drinks. This could include things like barbecue, chili, queso, margaritas, and Shiner Bock beer.
- Play Texas-themed music. This could include country music, Tejano music, or even some old-school Willie Nelson.
- Decorate with Texas-themed items. This could include things like flags, maps, longhorn skulls, and cowboy hats.
Read our definitive guide to a Scary Texas Size Halloween 2023 here.
In Conclusion, Halloween Shopping Guide
In conclusion, our Halloween shopping guide will make it a little easier to plan your Halloween get-together and decor needs. Encourage your guests to dress up in Texas-themed costumes. This could be anything from a cowboy or cowgirl to a Texas historical figure like Davy Crockett or Sam Houston. Have some fun Texas-themed games and activities. This could include things like lasso tossing, horseshoe throwing, or a Texas trivia contest. With a little planning, you can throw a Texas-themed Halloween party that your guests will never forget!
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