Testimonial

Your team did a fantastic job at our surprise 50th Birthday.

Darrin showed up on time to start setting up. Jan and Bruce arrived, introduced themselves and were ready to start the night as the first guest arrived.

The personalized fake money was a nice touch!

Our guests were both new & experienced at Blackjack & Craps and they both commented on how much fun they had.

One guest mentioned that Bruce remembered everyone's name!

I'll be sure to recommend Funtastic Events to anyone looking for a great addition to their party.
Thanks Again!
Ashley

Halloween Guest Book –  One of the most exciting time of the year is Halloween. It’s the time where you can dress up and be whoever you want to be – be it your favourite superhero, a ghost, a zombie, or your favourite Disney princess. And what best way to make your Halloween more fun than by recording your memories and party’s attendance on your halloween guest book?

Halloween Guest Book Ideas

If you love hosting a Halloween party, you know how important it is to keep all the decorations in line with the theme – including the Halloween guest book. With that said, here are some guestbook ideas you can follow to create a useful memory:

  1. Zombie-themed guest book. Put some fake blood and tissues together and create a guest book that resembles the Walking Dead theme.
  2. Vampire-themed guest book. Add some lace on a simple guest book to make it look like your guests are attending Count Dracula’s party.
  3. Pumpkin-themed guest book. Add a touch of spookiness on your guest book’s design by putting together pumpkin pictures and adding some other decorative stuff to complete the Halloween look.

A Halloween Guest Book is designed to capture and preserve memories from your incredible Halloween Party event. Each Halloween Party Guestbook has a glossy cover and is 8.25” x 6” in size. There are 110 lightly-lined writing pages for guest to sign in and record their feelings and thoughts about the party. Use your Halloween Guest book for your most outstanding memories and observations.

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