Halloween is on the horizon, and more consumers are expected to celebrate this year due to the boost in confidence from vaccinations. Last year, many Americans decided to stay home during the holiday because they did not feel safe enough to go out. Many experts expected retail sales to drop drastically in 2020, but this year, flea markets and swap meets should prepare for shoppers to go all out.
This season offers ghoulish and creative finds to help celebrate Halloween, and American Merchandiser has curated a list of all of the hottest products that vendors should stock up on for this big day:
Your customers can invite their friends and family to a Halloween bash with these fun invitations. Featuring martini glasses, skeleton hands, eyeballs, and spiders, they also come in festive Halloween colors like orange, black, purple, and green. Each pack includes 10 invitations and envelopes and measures 4″ x 5″.
Complete with the headpiece, robe, and attached hand covers, this will be one of the cutest costumes for children this year. The Child has taken over social media, and now the style that launched a thousand memes can help take your customers’ Star Wars celebration to the next level.
Wholesale Halloween Costumes
At 15 inches long, this is the perfect tote bag for your customers to carry around their tasty treats. Every child will enjoy the fun Jack-O-Lantern design on the front, and it can be easily folded to store away for many years to come.
BL Gifts Imports
He may only be 4 inches tall, but he definitely makes an impression. This skull, complete with a light-up orb clamped in its jaws, will be a huge hit at any spooky seasonal party or themed event. The design is remarkably detailed and realistic looking.
Whether your customers are looking to dress up for school, their job, or a party, this bat headband is the perfect accessory for any age. It can easily be paired with a black outfit for a complete bat costume, or it can simply be placed on the head with regular clothing for a more relaxed costume look.
Ole Accessories, Inc.