Brain Cupcakes, Mummy Dip -- and Three Other Ways to Dress Up Your Halloween Party Table

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The key to a successful Halloween party, aside from the tasty beverages and costumes (of course), is in the details. While there will be plenty of opportunity for experiencing fright the next several days, feeling unprepared for your Halloween festivities should not be one of them. See also: Five Terrifyingly Delicious Halloween Cocktail Recipes, Including Black Vodka (Yes, Really) See also: Jack-O-Lantern Sweet Potato Fries -- Thanks, Pinterest

Just in case you don't have time to dig through the millions of ideas Pinterest has to offer, I've gone through a picked out a few of the best. The glittered skulls in the above photo are my favorite. Plus, I love that they "put a bird on it."

Putting scary labels on drink bottles is a small step that makes a huge impression. These cupcake and cocktail flags can be downloaded and printed for free thanks to Blush Printables!

Use these vintage Halloween poison labels to decorate bottles and glasses, thanks to coco and bella.

Last, but definitely not least, add a few creepy snacks...

Brain with blood clot cupcakes, anyone? This recipe from Annie's Eats is sure to keep the zombies busy.

Or you could serve up some severed fingers from The Daily Meal. Mmmmm... fingernails.

Finally, I can't leave you without something healthy to munch on. This mummy veggie dip is awesome!

Happy Tricks and/or Treats!

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