hanging cutout decorations, and glittering Day of the Dead skull props. Here, you'll find decorations, props, and supplies to help recreate the trappings of a traditional Mexican holiday that now sees a following around the globe.
Day of the Dead decorations sport the brilliant colors and whimsical patterns of Latin American art, while Day of the Dead skulls and skeletons convey a sense of fun, because the day of los muertos is a festival, after all.
For the sugar skull balloons and skull balloon bouquets, we offer matching male and female balloon weights. And for the party guests, we provide day of the Dead party favors, skull masks, temporary tattoo kits, and costume accessories — all to make this a memorable and fun-filled celebration for everyone.
Everything's set for el Día del los Muertos — the Day of the Dead, an ancient Mexican festival now recreated in your home.
The holiday honors the dearly departed, and it gently pokes fun at them as well, with costumes, with Day of the Dead tattoos, with iconic Day of the Dead decorations, and with ironic poems, anecdotes, and songs.
Day of the Dead skulls symbolize death and rebirth; other calaveras, or skulls, are mocking epitaphs of friends that you contribute to the proceedings.
No matter how you observe el Día del los Muertos — traditionally or with a distinctly North American spin, Day of the Dead decorations, sugar skulls, skeleton props, and costume accessories on this page allow you join the fiesta now celebrated worldwide — even by those who are still learning about the traditions, but are irresistibly drawn to the bright, folksy decorations and distinctive Day of the Dead skulls.