- 3 years ago
- Wedding: April 2015 - Family Farm
Darling Husband and I are planning a camping trip for Halloween weekend with a few friends. After we booked the camp sites we found out that the State PArk we will be at does a HUGE Trick or Treat the Saturday Night we will be there.
We are bringing a table and canopy to set by the road so that children will not have to walk back into our site/woods while Trick or Treating. The Park Rangers have said that they encourage us to decorate and our friends are already going nuts buying stuff.
What I would like help with is for kids with either dietary restrictions and what to give out? As we have no children yet we are a bit confused but don’t want any children to feel left out. I usually buy full size bars for kids, but with this being a much LARGER event than I have ever participated in I want to have a few other things on had. Also, it will be a more friendly, open event, from what I was told every one mingles and it becomes like a larger camping party.
Darling Husband makes balloon animals so that is one option. Are toy cars (like hot wheels) a good idea? Small dollar tree stuffed animals? I don’t want to get anything to extravagant. and also nothing with pieces, or I will probably be able to hear the curses of parents in my sleep.
Given the nature of the event would it be appropriate to offer sealed adult beverages to people? (In the past it has not been unusual for us to share and drink with camp neighbors)
How would you Bees feel about these things? What would your children like? What would you like?
We will be keeping the campsite decorations PG.