Don't be tricked into thinking that the grown-ups can't treat themselves, too, this year. 

By Grace Guffin
August 08, 2017
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1. Sugar Skull Growler, $20. It's time to embrace your dark(er) side with a seasonal ale. Fill this growler at home or take it to your local brewery or growler station for 64 oz. of craft beer. Take this on the go, or get a few filled for hosting.

2. Skeleton Hands Salad Tossers, $10. Maybe you're opting for a bonier option to serve for Halloween. Use these creepily fabulous hands for our Steak Salad with Butternut Squash and Cranberries

3. Skeleton Candy Dish, $25. Place this spooky candy dish anywhere in the house. Guests can feel free to grab a piece anytime they'd like—if they dare.

4. Spiderweb Serving Bowl, $10. Fill this bowl with some salty-sweet homemade Rocky Road or Candied Apple Popcorn Balls or candy corn.

5. LED Color-Changing Eyeball String Lights, $11.99. Cue music: "I always feel like somebody's watching me..." All eyes are on guests as these super quirky lights add a fun pop of color throughout the house.

6. Gold Skull Wine Glasses, $37. Trying to keep it classy? These glasses are a sleek, fancy way to embrace the Halloween spirit without tacky decor.

7. Halloween Belgian Beer Glasses, $44. Beware: Drink enough of these and you'll be smiling like a jack-o'-lantern by the end of the night.

8. Crow Feet Candy Bowl (Short), $12. This bowl is spooky enough to keep even the most diehard trick-or-treaters away from all of that chocolaty goodness. You may be eating Halloween candy weeks later. After all, we know you picked your favorite

9. Spider Decanter and Tumblers, $30. This sophisticated set gives us serious goosebumps.

10. Skeleton Stemless Wine Glasses, $34. Sip a sultry, blood-red wine and relax.

11. Sugar Skull Decanter, $40. This decanter is just too pretty not to buy. Don't let a drop of your night's potion go to waste.

12. Pumpkin Copper Mug, $30. Serve up our Bourbon Mule or our more seasonal Granny Smith Moscow Mule out of this festive mug.

13. Halloween Coffin Candy Dish, $10. This candy is to die for... but please don't. (If your guests have allergies, remember that gluten-free and nut-free candies are more readily available than you might think!)

14. Full of Boos Decanter and Tumblers, $58. For a ghoulish night full of boo(ze). Everyone loves a good Murder in Manhattan.

15. Nocturne Lit Beverage Dispenser, $35. This iridescently eerie, glowing dispenser can handle the most potent of potions–both alcoholic and non-alcoholic