The best part of any party is the costume and the photos of said costume. If you have your costume all sorted out, awesome. That鈥檚 step one. Now you need to make sure you have a Halloween photo backdrop that鈥檚 just as festive as your outfit. Need a blood-drenched police lineup? Done. What about a chic swarm of black bats? Got that too. Whether you鈥檙e throwing a haunted happy hour or you鈥檙e going full-on zombie apocalypse, here are 13 Halloween backdrops that will definitely have you saying 鈥渘ewt鈥檚 toes鈥 in style.

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1. DIY Pumpkin Balloon Backdrop: The best part about Halloween is the pumpkins (duh), so why not make one giant pumpkin for a backdrop? Blow up different sized balloons and attach them to a wire frame for a colorful frame every ghoul or zombie will enjoy. (via The House that Lars Built)

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2. Dem Dry Bones: This is probably the only time you could use 鈥渃hic鈥 and 鈥渟keleton鈥 in the same sentence. String together dark florals and plastic bones to make an elegantly spooky backdrop that鈥檚 sure to complement any costume. (via The Alison Show)

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3. Spooky Balloons: Go ahead and spell it out in trendy metallic letter balloons. It鈥檚 quick, easy and just what you need to spruce up a plain white wall. (via 100 Layer Cake)

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4. Googly Eyes Wall: A spooky black and white photo backdrop can be yours in less than five minutes. Stick giant googly eyes to the walls or DIY your own with paper plates and black paint. Add string lights and you鈥檙e D-O-N-E. (via Oh Happy Day)

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5. Party Cheap Bloody Wall Backdrop ($17): Are slasher flicks your thing? This one鈥檚 for the ultra-spooky peeps and all the Dexter fans out there. If you鈥檇 rather DIY than buy, splatter red paint on a white paper tablecloth and let dry before sticking it to the wall.

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6. Vinyltastic Large and Small Spiders Decorators Pack ($25): Line your walls with a group of dangling spiders to freak out your friends. There鈥檚 not much that鈥檚 creepier than a group of eight-legged beasts, and lucky for you, they鈥檙e super easy to apply. Just don鈥檛 be surprised if you keep scaring yourself every time you walk by.

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7. DIY Zombie Blockade: Any Walking Dead fans in the house? Board up your windows and doors with cardboard 鈥減lanks鈥 and add black cutout arms to recreate the zombie apocalypse vibe. (via Jay鈥檚 Cup)

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8. DIY Paper Bats: Spice up your walls with swarms of paper bats using this easy printable. The little 3D wings give a spooky shadow, especially once you light up some candles and really get the party started. (via Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom)

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9. Jo-Ann聽Maker鈥檚 Halloween Window or Door Panel ($17): Deck out your photo booth with a spooky skull theme like this one. Hang it in a door frame or on a wall for an instant photo backdrop that鈥檒l ensure all your Insta photos get the double tap.

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10. DIY Hanging Spider Balloons: When in doubt, go with glitter! This simple and inexpensive project is a fun way to add some festive flair to your space. Float the balloons on the ceiling and let the sparkly spiders dangle down over your photo shoot. (via Studio DIY)

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11. Ghostly Shrouds: This costume isn鈥檛 available to buy any longer, but that鈥檚 alright, because it鈥檚 the epic backdrop in the photo that we鈥檙e lookin鈥 at. Hang ghostly paper shrouds against the wall and add a little mood lighting with string lights. Pumpkins, hay bales and garland 鈥 what鈥檚 not to love? (via PBteen)

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12. Police Lineup: You can鈥檛 go wrong with the classic police lineup, especially when there鈥檚 some blood splatter involved. Use a roll of white craft paper as the backdrop for your photo booth and complete the look with black tape and a spray of red paint. Because nothing screams Halloween like a lineup of villains and fruit salad. (via Oh Joy!)

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13. DIY Eyeball Balloons: This one鈥檚 more cute than spooky, but cover an entire wall with giant eyeballs and you鈥檝e got a 3D backdrop worthy of your #squad costume. Give the black and orange thing a rest and try these colorful blue, green and pink eyeballs with creepy red bloodshot veins. (via Studio DIY)

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