Here is the final post of our mini party: the bat party.

Bat treasure hunt: party guests look for clues in your dimly lit house with flashlights (they can later take home the flashlights as their party favor). Roll each clue and secure with a bat ring then hide the clues around your house. Don’t forget to keep the first clue to read. And you might want to make a note where you hid each clue in case you forget or someone else helps with the party game. Read the first clue to the party guest. It should give a hint to where the next clue is hidden and then the next clue gives a hint to where the next clue is hidden, etc. An example might be, “Look for a spot that’s the color of red, it’s a comfy place where you lay your head” (under a pillow). Make as many clues as you think will hold their attention and will last the length of time needed. The last clue will lead everyone to a container holding vampire teeth (or anything else you would like to use) and these will be a take home favor as well.

Here is the link for the outer invitation, inner invitation, and cake downloads and I’ve added them to the other posts as well.

Have fun at your batty party!

Photo and printables by Sara Westbrook.


  1. Sounds like fun!!

    Karen ~ lillybelle Custom Designs    Thursday, October 14, 2010
  2. We made the bat invitations and people just raved about how cute they were!

    Britt K    Tuesday, November 13, 2012

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