Hello witchy friends! I’ve been throwing witches’ tea parties around Halloween for the last few years. This year, we’ve been so busy that I decided to a have a “Good” Witches’ Tea with just my kiddos.
Witches Tea Menu:
Sand Witches – egg salad on rye
Wicked Bread – green tea bread
Trick or Treats – chocolate covered wafers and whoopie pies
Black Witch Brew – grape juice
Witches Teeth – candy corn
The tea table was styled with black and white skeleton handkerchiefs, tea spoons, candy corn, and personalized chalk place holders with four famous witches names; Morgana, Hecate, Circe, and Hazel.
More sweets and a skeleton head vase created an appropriate vignette for my good little witches. Of course, witches usually don’t go around without their brooms or cats.
We also enjoyed listening to our favorite Halloween classical and jazz playlists.
Classical Halloween Playlist
Mussorgsky – Night on Bald Mountain
Grieg Peer Gynt Suite – In the Hall of the Mountain King
Gluck – Dance of the Furies
Sorcerer’s Apprentice – Paul Abraham Dukas
Chopin Marche Funebre – Sonata pour piano op. 35
Berlioz Fantastic Symphony – Dreams of a Witch’s Sabbath
Bela Bartok – Music for Strings, percussion and Celesta, III
Bach, Toccata and Fuge in D minor, organ
Star Wars- The Imperial March (Darth Vader’s Theme)
John Williams – The Witches of Eastwick – Dance of the Witches
Stravinsky – Rite of Spring- Sacrificial Dance
Prokofiev – Romeo and Juliet – Montagues and Capulets
Prokofiev – Dance of the Knights
Jazz Halloween Playlist
Nina Simone– I Put a Spell on You
Artie Shaw – Nightmare
Frank Sinatra – Witchcraft
Judy Garland – Old Devil Moon
Louie Armstrong – Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
Ella Fitzgerald – Ding Dong! The Witch is Dead
Frank Sinatra and Jimmy Buffett– Mack the Knife