an elaborate halloween invitation : creature survival kit

Posted: October 21st, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: design, handmade, paper | 5 Comments »

This Halloween party invitation is in a league of its own. Stefanie, Brooklyn resident and half of the pair behind the blog Brooklyn Limestone shared this incredible ensemble that she created for a Halloween party last year.

Just imagine receiving a boxed invitation like this, which not only contained an artful and perfectly creepy printed invitation, but it was a complete set of items to protect you from goblins and spirits….or as the card read, “May the contents of this parcel / be your blessed charm / against the beasts of the night / awaiting to do you harm.”


1. Wooden Stake for vampire slaying
2. Silver Bullet werewolf extermination
3. Holy Water exorcism rituals and warding off evil spirits
4. Mirror undead detection
5. Matches destruction of monster remains and lighting of torches


All images courtesy of Brooklyn Limestone.

5 Comments on “an elaborate halloween invitation : creature survival kit”

  1. 1 Lizzie [Ten Thou Bride] said at 11:56 pm on October 21st, 2010:

    This is just the craziest, most elaborate Halloween invite I’ve ever seen! I would be STOKED to get one of those in the mail!

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  3. 3 Kim @ Inspired Goodness said at 1:18 pm on October 25th, 2010:

    I’m lusting to do an invite like this. So creative and well thought out!

    Thanks for sharing.

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