The days are getting shorter and the mornings are getting colder, which means that it is officially Autumn! With the change in season means the upcoming celebrations have officially begun, the first being Halloween!
Over 2000 years ago the Celts, now the United Kingdom, celebrated their new year on the 1st November rather than the 1st January. The new year symbolised the end of summer and the beginning of Autumn and winter. Back then, medicine was not something that people had to hand and therefore the majority of death was caused by winter colds, which meant that winter had a connotation of death. The death bound marking of winter gave the day before (Halloween) a very spooky atmosphere and the Celts believed that people would come back from the dead to haunt people on this day.
All this being said, now Halloween is just an excuse to dress up as your favourite scary character and collect sweets with your little ones or throw a monster mash. Rosetone have compiled our top tips on how to have the best Halloween this year!
People use makeup now as a form of art, and Halloween gives people a chance to go to town and show off their skills!
Nothing beats these not-so-traditional Halloween costumes for the little ones who are likely to go trick or treating in their neighbourhood.
We took to Pinterest to find some yummy DIY Halloween treats that you can cook up yourself this Halloween.
Carving pumpkins is the oldest trick in the book for creating a spooky atmosphere outside your home. We love these creative looks that some people have put together.
Of course, you are going to need additional seating for your guests, these are our favourite spooky combinations which are available to hire from £1 + VAT per chair!
Decorating your house with cobwebs, monsters and more will guarantee a frightful feast this Halloween.
For more spooky ideas this Halloween, head to our Pinterest board full of delicious recipes, Halloween costumes and furniture ideas to make your Halloween the best yet.