Who doesn’t love to get free candies? It’s that time of the year where kids get to dress up and ask for candies! New to celebrating Halloween? Don’t sweat. Here’s a simple Halloween Guide to help you through.
5 Trick or Treat Safety Tips
#1 Tie up those loose ends
You may want to bring a small scissors to snip the loose strings or material of your child’s costume. Some sticky tape might come in handy too.
#2 Soft and short props
Keep your child’s costume props simple, short and soft; with no sharp or jagged edges. You wouldn’t want your child to accidentally hit another child’s face with that lightsaber or sword.
#3 Eye can see you
If you child is wearing a mask as a costume, make sure the eyeholes are wide enough so that your child’s vision is not impaired.
#4 Can you see me?
If you are walking along the roads, you may want to add some reflective material such as aluminum foil or neon coloured strips to the back of your child’s back, arms or legs so that he is more visible.
#5 Go for comfort
For the girls, go for sneakers or flats. Even if they insist to get their own princess heels. They will be walking around for the whole night and will thank you later.
Saving tip: Rent a costume
Why buy costumes only to wear it once during Halloween? Most kids will outgrow their Halloween costume and favourite cartoon character.
Save your time, space and money with My Mini-Me, an online store specializing in children costumes.
It provides kids and babies costumes, with rental rates starting at $20 – $35 for 1 week.
Baby costumes are available for infants 12 months and above. Children costumes are available for children 2 – 12 years old.
Visit their website, www.mymini-me.com for their full range of costumes. SMS 9237 5402 for queries and costume fittings.
Where to buy Halloween Costumes
Where to buy Halloween Decorations
- The Party Stuff
Halloween Events 2016 (To Be Updated)
- Spooky Jr. 2016
- Singapore Halloween Festival
- USS Halloween Horror Nights
For more compilation, visit Halloween Party Singapore 2016
Happy Halloween and Happy Trick or Treating!