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12 October 2015

IDel Events Halloween Party Parcel (PLUS Your Chance To Win)



Hoping to host a spooktacular Halloween party this year? You can pick up all of the tableware essentials from IDel Events this October in their party parcel! 

This beautiful set contains everything to serve your fangtastic feast in traditional black and orange shades.







The Parcel includes:

  • 8 Cupcake toppers
  • 8 Bottle sleeves
  • 8 Food flags
  • 8 Buffet labels
  • 16 Stickers
  • 2 Pieces of bunting
  • 8 Straw flags
  • 8 Invitations + envelopes
  • 16 Napkins
  • 16 Plates (9'' and 7'')
  • 8 Straws
  • 8 Sets of cutlery
  • 8 Personalised cups
  • Plus cord and pegs to decorate






For your chance to win A Halloween Party Parcel you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.

The giveaway ends at 11.59pm GMT on 26th October 2015. 

Leaving a comment is mandatory but there are additional entry methods available also.

Good luck!

WIN a Halloween Party Parcel from IDel Events



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168 comments

  1. I love oozy cupcakes xx

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  2. Margaret Clarkson
    Gingerbread Skeletons

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  3. Blood Pizza made very dark tomato sauce topping

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  4. Pumpkin soup of course!

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  5. Chocolate coated apples (with sprinkles ;)... for when toffee just seems like too much of a chore)

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  6. Witches fingers! (Hotdogs!) Super cheap and easy to serve - more time to enjoy the party! :D

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  7. Chocolate ghost cupcakes!

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  8. The traditional toffee apples

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  9. brain jellies

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  10. Claire Elizabeth Noke12/10/2015, 22:22

    I love making Pumpkin soup from the carvings :)

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  11. I love making witches fingers from hotdogs, love hotdogs!

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  12. Maria Rogers13/10/2015, 08:32

    toffee apples

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  13. Halloween Gummy Sweets :)

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  14. Halloween candy apples!!

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  15. Any chocolate - bat shaped, pumpkin shaped, witch shaped!

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  16. Toffee Apples are always a winner.

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  17. Charlotte Davids13/10/2015, 17:42

    Toffee apples

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  18. Toffee Apples

    Debbie hay

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  19. I love pumkin pie and bonfire toffee

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  20. Homemade tablet! Although this may just be a scottish Halloween thing!

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  21. Paula Readings13/10/2015, 20:34

    Witches hat cakes

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  22. Stephanie Tsang13/10/2015, 20:47

    Halloween cupcakes

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  23. We make a cawl (a Welsh soup) every Halloween - Its not a treat but it is special to us all now especially when the kids get in cold from trick or treating

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  24. Spicy pumpkin soup for me.

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  25. Scary fairy cakes, and toffee apples

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  26. just the sweets. i pig out on all of them when i normally wouldn't any other time of year

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  27. helen tovell14/10/2015, 11:28

    Cupcakes that have been decorated in the theme of Halloween i.e ghosts or pumpkins

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  28. Chocolate (although to be fair this is my favourite at anytime of year - it's just at Halloween I have spooky shaped chocolate!)

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  29. orange chocolate mini rolls

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  30. Jelly worms always go down a treat... Or is that trick... Lol x

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  31. Something healthy like a pumpkin soup or risotto.

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  32. Toffee apples ** emma durkin xx

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  33. I don't think I've ever had hallowe'en food! A nice decorated cupcake would be lovely though

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  34. Layla Thomas15/10/2015, 10:50

    Popcorn Balls!

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  35. Mine is toffee apples.

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  36. we make burgers and then cut spooky faces in cheesy triangles to put on top

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  37. Ghost fairy cakes that we make

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  39. toffee apples are the best x

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  40. I love spicy pumpkin soup

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  41. got to be toffee apples

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  42. Halloween cupcakes! who doesnt like cake?

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  43. Bile and Witches Warts cakes (lime green sponge and choc chip cakes) mmm :D

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  44. It has to be toffee apples

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  45. jelly worms and come candy apples

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  46. witch's fingers cookies!

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  47. Spiderbread!! Make bread with sausages baked in, shaped into a spider and served with tomato (blood!) soup!

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  48. Toffee Apples - leanne w

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  49. Toffee Apples :)

    @oneisjamie

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  50. Jelly worms made in straws

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  51. Chocolate Apples with sprinkles

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  52. Toffee Apples

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  53. When I was younger my mum made what she called Monkeys Brains - Baked potato, with little pieces of bacon & grated cheese, all mixed together with some green ketchup to colour it. All my friends at my Halloween party loved them xxx

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  54. Chocolate Apples with sprinkles

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  55. We always enjoy toffee apples

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  56. fingers sandwiches, hot dogs in sandwiches with tomatoe sauce

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  57. jelly fingers my mate makes

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  58. Stacy Fenemore25/10/2015, 17:20

    toffee apples

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  59. Rachael Pilkington25/10/2015, 17:37

    It's got to be all the sweeties I'm allowed to eat!

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  60. I'm loving the Screme Egg Biscuits this year!

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  61. Slimey worms (spaghetti in a green tomato sauce).

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  62. Toffee apples! Oh my could eat them by the bucket load!

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  63. Green and orange jelly with sweet worms

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  64. zoe somerfield26/10/2015, 09:51

    Toffee apples

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  65. Lindsay Taylor26/10/2015, 10:21

    Jelly brains!

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  66. hot dogs, pizzas - try to arrange the toppings as a scary face. Toffee apples, treacle doughnuts.

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  67. i love witches brains ( green jelly in a mould)

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  68. Monster-faced jelly sours are always fun at halloween.

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  69. bobbing apples or toffee apples

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  70. My favourite Halloween food are Eyeball tacos, Dead Man's Finger Food Sandwiches, Slimy Jelly Treats, Hot Dogs, Toffee Apples, and white chocolate ghosts!

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  71. Rebecca miller26/10/2015, 19:40

    Spooky halloween cookies

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  72. has to be toffee apples, cannot beat them

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