October is pumpkin spice, fall colors, warmer clothes, Halloween, and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. What better way to support a great cause than combining Breast Cancer Awareness month with Halloween? For almost 40years, pink has been the symbol of breast cancer awareness. For the many breast cancer warriors, here are some ways that you can celebrate Pinkoween.
Not everything has to be pink but you can always add pink touches. You can use plastic pumpkins and spray paint them pink, ice pink pumpkin cookies along with orange, and pink lemonade is always a favorite treat.
There are so many great options when choosing pink candy to pass out. Check out the options below:
Decorating can be expensive. Pumpkins however can be found in every price range. Spraypaint real or plastic pumpkins and use fresh or artificial pink flowers to arrange a pretty table scape.
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There are so many great ideas for pink costumes. Be sure to add a pink awareness ribbon so that they know you picked pink for a reason.
A disney princess all decked out in pink. Who doesnt want to be a princess for a day.
One of the most iconic pink costumes is a pink lady. Go as any of the girls by just adding a pink jacket to any outfit or go as Frenchy and add a pink wig.
Anyone can wear a tutu and feel like a girl again.
A pink poodle skirt and saddle shoes make the grade with this fun outfit.