This year, why not add a little bit of spookiness to your corporate gift-giving?
Happy Halloween, everyone! It's that time of year again when we get to dress up in costumes and enjoy all the treats (and tricks) that come with it. We've put together a list of some of the best Halloween gift ideas for your employees. From ghoulish gadgets to spine-tingling sweets, we've got you covered! Keep reading for our top picks.
1. Office decorations:
One way to get your office staff into the Halloween spirit is to decorate their workspaces. Make it a competition and award a prize to the best-decorated desk or cubicle. Some fun ideas include hanging spider webs, stringing up orange and black lights, and putting out bowls of candy. You can also give out small home decor as a Halloween gift to add festive vibes to their homes too. Halloween decor is the perfect gift for those adults who love Halloween gifts. You can have them hang all the decorations and share the scary cool ideas that they create with their loved ones. Get them to take cute pictures with the centerpiece of the Halloween gift as fun advertising for small businesses. Make sure they don't cheat from their coworker's desk!
2. Gift box giveaways:
Who doesn't love a good mystery box? Get your employees excited with a Halloween gift box full of Halloween goodies. Fill it with fun items like spooky socks, ghost-shaped stress balls, a Jack o lantern, a pack of sweet treats, and miniature pumpkins. For an extra touch, include a personalized note from you wishing them a Happy Halloween and ship it to their house for a fun surprise Halloween gift to get them ready for the Halloween season.
3. Halloween-themed treats:
Food is always a hit, especially around the holidays. Send your office staff a collection of some yummy Halloween-themed treats to enjoy at their desks. Think chocolate ghosts, candy corn, and pumpkin spice everything. You can get creative and have some spooky Dirty cookies or even the DIY Halloween decorating kit, They're sure going to be adorable favors for your employees through the whole month of October. Your employees will be sure to appreciate the thoughtfulness (and the sugar rush).
4. Custom gifts:
For something a little more unique, consider giving your employees custom gifts that they can use for the rest of their life. A personalized mug or mousepad with their name and a Halloween-themed design is sure to be a hit. Or, for the ultimate office pranksters, how about a set of "Glow in the Dark" vampire teeth and a pair of Halloween earrings? we're sure that your employees love Halloween and you can make this Halloween season extra special and personalize their gifts to see that adorable smile on their faces or in case of the vampire's teeth it's going to be a scary witch smile!
5. Throw a party:
What better way to celebrate Halloween than with a good old-fashioned office party? Encourage your employees to wear scary Halloween costumes and have some fun! You can decorate the break room or conference room with spooky Halloween decorations, play fantastic Halloween music, and serve festive snacks and drinks. And don't forget it wouldn't be a party without our Halloween cookie shots!
6. Play trick and teat:
Last but not least, don't forget to have some fun with your office staff this Halloween! You know playing trick and treat is not just for kids, right? Play tricks and give out treats to everyone in the spirit of the holiday. Some harmless pranks include putting plastic spiders in their desks or leaving "ghost" messages on their computers. You can create cute realistic sites with Halloween signs to elevate the festive Halloween vibes. Make a Halloween sign that leads for the treat part, you can have some Dirty Cookie Halloween-themed cookies or cupcakes, or hand out small toys or candy. Your employees can have a friend over and go shopping in the cute little Halloween sites you created and enjoy the fantastic Halloween gifts. Whatever you do, make sure everyone has a spook-tacular time!
We hope you enjoyed our list of corporate Halloween gift ideas. What are you planning on giving your employees this October? Let us know in the comments below! Happy Halloween!