Fun and easy Halloween Girls’ Night and Bunco Party. Spooktacular ideas for food and decor. Host tips, free printables, learn to play the game. PLUS, the Halloween Decor Blog Hop!
Halloween Girls’ Night Bunco Party
Easy to Host – Learn How To Play + Free Printables!
+ Halloween Decor Blog Hop
Halloween is always a fun time to host a party. This year, I got to host our monthly Bunco Party for a vamptastic Halloween Girls’ Night! It was hauntingly fun and I cannot wait to share it with you.
If you have never played Bunco, you are missing out on some serious girl-time gaming amusement. Don’t worry, you can get into the game easily enough, I have downloads and FREE printables that will arm you with everything you need. Check them out below.
Since my party was at the beginning of October, I wanted to give it a Halloween theme. My house is all spooked out with the decor, I added Halloween names to the Bunco tables, and of course, I served a frightfully tasty Halloween-themed dessert, Vampire Cupcakes.
Jeepers Creepers, let’s take a peek!
I had a ton of fun creating my Halloween Mantel Decor, and am absolutely in love with the Orange, Black, and Purple color scheme. See the post HERE. This was a perfect focal point for my Halloween Girls’ Night Bunco Party.
I set-up a super cute buffet table for some extra snacks and my delectable dessert.
These Vampire Cupcakes are easy-peasy to make and are quite a crowd pleaser — definitely a perfect Halloween-themed dessert. CLICK HERE for the RECIPE!
All of my Bunco supplies had a Halloween twist. From the goodie bags for my prizes to the table tags denoting which table was which, to the pencils. Even my prizes were renamed: Master Vampire = Most Buncos; The Headless Horseman = 1st Place; Mummy in the Middle = 2nd Place; The Cackler = Most Smileys; and The Body in the Basement = Most Losses.
Aren’t these spooky Candelabra Place Cards adorable? They were perfect for marking my tables and placed beside my cupcakes.
Ready to Play Bunco?
Bunco is a very EASY game, anyone can play it. There is no skill or strategy involved. If you can roll dice, you can play. This game is a great social mixer since you change partners and tables all night long, so you get the opportunity to chat and giggle with everyone.
Very few supplies are needed to play Bunco: dice; paper; pencil; and a bell (or something to make noise with). You will also want score sheets. And, if you are starting a Bunco Group of your own, you’ll want the Monthly Paid Schedule and the Rules, Prizes & Game Play. I have FREE PRINTABLES for these!
Downloads and Free Printables for Halloween Girls’ Night Bunco Party
The score sheets come two to a page. Each player needs to have one.
If you are starting a Bunco Group, use this to keep track of who has paid. You collect money at the end of the bunco party for the following month’s Bunco.
Bunco – Rules, Prizes & Game Play
This is loaded with information and awesome tips too. It provides all the details on how to play the game of Bunco, prize descriptions, game set-up, and more.
Bunco is a great idea for a Halloween Girls’ Night or anytime. Think about it for a church group event, big family get-together, or any event where you might play a game. You will have a BLAST!
Halloween Decor Blog Hop
If you are looking for some quick and easy Halloween Decor DIY Ideas, try my Trick-or-Treat Lantern, the Haunted Mirror – An Eerie Halloween DIY Decor, and DIY Spider Candles. Spooktacular!
Check out this Bubbling Cauldron of Candy and other fun candy display ideas.
Now, you have seen a lot of my Halloween decor so it’s time to check some of the ideas from this talented group of bloggers that I have joined up with to do this blog hop. I know you will be inspired by the creativity.
Thanks for stopping by to have some Halloween Girls’ Night fun, learn how to throw a Bunco Party, and enjoy a Halloween Decor Blog Hop too!
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9 thoughts on “Halloween Girls’ Night Bunco Party – Fun, Easy To Host”
I love this party set up – especially the vampire cupcakes! so fun!!
Thanks, Morgan! And, yes, the Vampire Cupcakes are a HUGE hit. 🙂
Very cute! Bunco is lots of fun!
Aw, thanks, Brenna. I had so much fun decorating everything. Our Bunco group has been together for about 20 years — we have a blast. 🙂
I love all the Halloween decorations! What a fun idea for a Bunco game night. #HomeMattersParty
Looks like it was a seriously fun party. You thought of everything to make it look great. #HomeMattersParty
Looks like a fun game. I have never heard of it. The decor looks stunning, Lorelai. #HomeMattersParty
Oh, Sahana, you have got to get a group of friends and family together to play this game — you will love it! So.Much.Fun! 🙂
I haven’t played Bunco in years, looks like an awesome party! Thanks for sharing at #HomeMattersParty