It’s about this time that you have to start planning how you want your home to be for Halloween. And one of the most fun ways to get into the spirit of Halloween is to create a haunted garden. With so many creative outdoor Halloween decorations, it’s a great way to give seasonal pleasure to your garden.
You can use a haunted garden in different ways. If you have a garden space at the front of your house, use it to greet the party goers. If you have a large garden in your garden, you can also consider converting it to an outdoor Halloween party if the weather is not too cold.
You organize a party at night? These broom trees are a great idea to brighten the aisles. You can use them to light the walkway to your door if you are planning a party inside. But they would also be a great addition to a haunted garden along the outdoor pathways. You can also think of placing them randomly in a garden space to get a fun accent lighting.
The fact that they look like witches’ brooms makes it a great addition to a haunted garden. The orange lighting and the black brooms give a unique atmosphere to Halloween.
Silhouettes of spiders
Working with silhouettes is a good way to get an outdoor Halloween look. Thanks to their abstract nature, you can have any character in your haunted garden. The picture above shows how big spider silhouettes look like the house is having trouble with Halloween monsters.
You can also use the same idea to get witches, Frankenstein’s monster, ghosts or mummies. This is a great idea if you are addressing a theme to your haunted garden, such as “Monster Mash” or “Witch Coven”. It’s easy to find spooky silhouettes for purchase. you have an artistic inclination.