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!

Halloween in America

Halloween Guest Book – Halloween celebration was not always allowed in most areas of the world and most especially in places where there are Protestants and their belief system. Compared to New England, Halloween was more celebrated in Maryland & in other southern areas.

Together with the beliefs of ethnic groups from different parts of Europe & the American Indians, an American version of Halloween was born. Parties were a way to commemorate the event, dancing, singing, having public harvest events of pumpkins, telling stories of the dead, & telling each other’s fortunes.

American Halloween Tradition Before & Now

Soul Cakes

Trick-or-treating in the previous years were not full of candy giving. During the Halloween season, the poor would roam around and ask for food and people would give them pastries which are called the “Soul Cake.” They’re called soul cakes because the families would ask in return form the poor a promise to pray for the family’s dead relatives.

Halloween Parties

Halloween parties are always around every year. The American Halloween tradition spend with an estimate of $6 billion a year which makes Halloween the 2nd biggest holiday next to Christmas. Be sure to have your own Halloween Guest Book which is designed to capture and preserve memories from your incredible Halloween Party event.

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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