When your birthday ghoul's inviting her friends to her very own Monster High party, it's gotta be to die for! Try these invite ideas to make sure they know this is one party they’d be afraid to miss!
Send custom Monster High invitations!
Monster High Custom Invitations
let you welcome your guests with creepy creativity!
You could say, "You're invited to the scary-fun party of the millennium!" We'll print your message on your invites and they'll be ready to ship within five days.
Send a save-the-date sticker in your invites
When sending out your
Monster High Invitations
make sure to include a fun save-the-date sticker in each invitation.
These stickers are super easy for guests to add to their calendars to remember when your party will be.
Include a secret party pass with your invites
Don't know the secret pass to get into the party?
Oh, the horror! Send guests a
Monster High Tattoo
in the envelope with your
Monster High Invitation.
It'll add to the freaky fun of your invites.
Hand-deliver invites with a Monster High favor attached!
Every monster knows that if you want to make your guests feel special, you hand-deliver
Monster High Invitations
with a tie-on favor like this freaky-fun wristband!
Monster High Thank You Note Ideas for a Spooky Ending
Personalize it with a custom thank you note
from Frankie Stein
Monster High Custom Thank You Notes
with a ghouly-girl message. We'll inscribe your message on your custom thank you notes, and they'll be ready to ship within five days.
Add photos to fill-in thank yous
to create scrapbook treasures
Monster High Thank You Notes
even more special by including a photo of the birthday girl with her frightfully fashionable friends at the party wearing fun dress-up accessories.
Who’s dying to have some fun?
Werecat or vampire, ghost or zombie, everybody likes fun party games. Try these ideas that will help make your Monster High party a scream.
Get freaky chic with a Monster High ghoulish-glam station!
Your Monster High fan and her ghoulfriends can help each other get their monster on with
Monster High dress up accessories
including lip gloss, nail polish and hair accessories for a scary-cute 'do.
Stage a Monster High photo shoot!
Is it really a myth that vampires and werewolves don't show up in photos? Try it and find out! Once you get the backdrop in place with the
Monster High Scene Setter,
all her freaky friends will be ready to ghoul it up!
Host a monster's ball dance party!
Do the monster mash! Turn up the birthday ghoul's favorite music and let all the monsters shimmy 'til they drop. But first, accessorize!
Dancing is more fun wearing
Monster High Dress Up Accessories
that double as favors.
Leave 'em howling with joy!
Her fellow Monster High fans can resurrect that party spirit at home later with Monster High party favors. These ideas for favors are terrifyingly easy to make, and also the perfect thank you for coming to your party!
Make Monster High party favors that the ghouls will love
Here's a party favor that's as simple as it is scary-cute. Start with a reusable
Monster High Party Cup
and fill it with freakishly fabulous favors.
Make favors a snap with a Monster High value pack
If the idea of putting together favors gives you a fright, pick up the
Monster High Favor Value Pack.
It's an all-in-one fix with notebooks, whistles, kaleidoscopes and more to make eight sets of freakishly fabulous favors.
Trick out your house!
Go all out with frightfully fun decorations for your Monster High party. Focus on pinks, blue and black to start, then use these decoration ideas for a totally claw-some look.
Decorate your house with fierce style
These Monster High party ideas are so easy, it's scary! Create a wicked-cool party room like this by starting with
Monster High decorations
for eye-popping impact in no time. To complete the room, check out our table decorating and scene setter ideas below!
Add some spirit to your Monster High table
When it's time for creepy-cool birthday cake and cupcakes, the dining room needs Monster High treatment, too!
Monster High favors
that can double as table decorations.
Make your Monster High party decorations stand out!
Turn your home into a skullastic sensation with the
Monster High Scene Setter.
The five-piece design is easy to apply to any wall,
so you get a hauntingly quick transformation. The ghouls can pose next to their favorite monsters for a fang-tastic photo op.
A day of monster madness is sure to make anybody hungry. Try taming your terrors with these simple food ideas that are also fiercely tasty.
Bake Monster High cupcakes that'll make them shriek!
Resurrect everyone's favorite sweet treat with cupcakes!
Bake them in baking cups,
then top them with frosting, sprinkles and
Monster High Birthday Candles.
Serve up a cake that's to die for!
Make the party even more freaky fabulous with a beautiful cake and
Monster High tableware and birthday candles!
Whether you order it from your favorite bakery or are inspired by our photo to bake your own, read on for decorating tips on this creeporific cake.
You'll need fondant sheets in white and black, and icing color in royal blue, sky blue and rose. (To get the custom cyan hue, roll white fondant into a ball and knead until soft. Use a toothpick to add dots of royal blue, sky blue and rose color, and knead into fondant. Repeat to get desired shade, then roll out into a sheet. For the skullette bow, repeat steps with a small ball of white fondant and rose icing color.) To decorate: Bake and cool your cake then smooth cyan fondant over it and trim off excess. To create the argyle pattern and skull and bow silhouettes, hand-sketch a paper pattern, lay it on the fondant and trace shapes with a blade to cut out. Draw the skull face and add detail to the pink bow with a black edible food marker. Dab shapes with water and attach to cake. Pipe on white frosting dashes with a decorating bag. Add a "pearl" border with white sixlets available at Party City stores and top off the cake with Monster High candles. Fangtastic!
Pour them some Petrifying Purple Punch
Your Monster High fan and her ghoulfriends aren't the only ones with tricks up their sleeves.
It's scary-easy to add spooky "fog" to a yummy punch of grape juice, lemon-lime soda and ice. Just place a small chunk of dry ice in a separate dish of water behind a punchbowl right before serving.
(Don't place the dry ice directly in the punch, and be sure to tell guests not to handle it or try to eat it.)
Serve your punch in
Monster High Cups
with napkins for any spills.
Make Mummy Nori Sandwiches with grape eyeballs
On the "Monster High" TV show, Cleo de Nile is the daughter of the Mummy. Cleo's favorite food is grapes, and Lagoona Blue loves sushi — so create a creepy creation of mummy nori sandwiches with a side of grape eyeballs that's simply to die for!
Just cut and layer one sheet of nori (seaweed used to roll sushi — available at most grocery stores), bread cut into circles with a cookie cutter, and provolone cheese cut into
strips. Add small rounds of cheese and halved blueberries or olives for the eyes. Pair with grape eyeballs and apple fangs that are frightfully easy to make.
For your apple fangs, you'll need apples, mini marshmallows and silvered almonds. Serve your meal on
Monster High Plates.