Fun Activities for Couples to do on Halloween
Although Halloween is traditionally a kids’ holiday, there is absolutely no reason why couples can’t celebrate Halloween. There are so many fun activities for couples to get involved in on this unique holiday.
- Shop for pumpkins and curve them together – What better way to spend Halloween week than pumpkin shopping? Finding the perfect pumpkins for you and your spouse to curve together can be a lot of fun. It a great opportunity for you to show your creative side. If you wish, you can even make a contest out of it.
- Get lost in a corn maze – Getting lost in a corn maize with your spouse can be a lot of fun. It is romantic and scary at the same time – exactly what you need on Halloween. If you choose to get lost in a corn maze together, bring sweaters and some hot chocolate so that you don’t get cold. You can also bring flashlights but don’t use them unless you really have to. It a lot more fun to try and find your way in the dark.
- Go to a haunted house with your spouse – Haunted houses aren’t just for kids. It fun to get scared with your spouse and cling to each other. If you’re interested, check the papers during Halloween week. You’re bound to see at least one haunted house advertised.
- Stay indoors – There is nothing wrong with staying indoors and handing out candy on Halloween night. However, you can make it more fun by watching a scary movie and snuggling up together. There are lots of scary Halloween movies to choose from so you will be spoilt for choice. Also, this is one of the few fun activities for couples that don’t require a lot of planning.
- Go to a party –Halloween costume parties are quite common because they present a great opportunity for adults to show case their Halloween couple costume ideas. In fact, if you and your spouse have some costume ideas that you would like to try, there no better place to do that than a Halloween costume party. To make it even more fun, don’t show your costumes to each other. Play hide and seek and try to find each other at the party. However, remember to set a time and place when you can reveal yourselves to each other, otherwise you may be stuck playing hide and seek all night.
- Throw a party – If no one you know is hosting a party, you can always host one. It doesn’t have to be a plain old costume party as there are many Halloween party ideas for adults. For instance, you can host a masquerade party. Although masquerades are technically costume parties, there is something about the masks that makes masquerade parties more mysterious.
While there is nothing wrong with staying home on Halloween night, you don’t have to if you don’t want to. There are many fun activities for couples to get involved in during Halloween week and on Halloween night.