fall party ideas san diego

10 Fall Party Ideas

We’re well into the fall season and if you haven’t already, host a fall-themed party to celebrate with family and friends. We’ve got a few ideas to inspire your planning.

  1. Mulled Wine Party

The warm drink is made with wine, cinnamon, oranges, and sugar, making it an excellent addition to your fall dinner party. You could even have guests create their own mulled wine to share.

  1. Haunted House Maze

Turn your home into a haunted house maze to celebrate Halloween. Invite friends and even kids to tour the home.

  1. Foliage Hiking Party

Take in the breathtaking views of fall by hiking San Diego’s many mountains. Enjoy the crisp autumn air, bring your favorite fall foods and drinks, and admire the beautiful colors of fall.

  1. Oktoberfest Party

Enjoy this adults-only party to celebrate Oktoberfest. Bring pretzels, your favorite craft beer, and of course, a costume!

  1. Halloween Dinner Party

Keep Halloween elegant, spooky, and adults-only with a dinner party. Serve hearty chili, a flaky chicken pot pie, and apple cider. Decorate the table with fall colors and foliage and some spooky ornaments.

  1. Caramel Apple Decorating Party

Gingerbread houses are for Christmas and caramel apples are perfect for fall. The entire family will enjoy decorating caramel apples with fun toppings like Chocolate sprinkles and squares, frosting, and caramel glaze.

  1. Backyard Campfire

You don’t need to go camping in the mountains to enjoy s’mores. Purchase a fire pit on Amazon if you don’t have a fireplace at home.

  1. Home Wine Tasting

You don’t need to be a wine snob to have a wine tasting at home. Just purchase a few bottles of wine and specialty cheeses to delight your guests.

  1. Backyard Movie Night

Kids and adults of all ages will love a backyard movie night. Use a blank wall and portable projector to stream your favorite movie. Popcorn and snacks are a must.

  1. Apple Pie Bake Off

Host a pie bake off and have a panel of unbiased judges rate each one for taste and presentation. Your kids could be the best judges — they’re not shy voicing their opinions!