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For a little more elegant take on my annual Halloween party, I decided to go with a Phantom of the Opera party theme this year. The color scheme is perfect for Halloween (black, red and white), and it’s easy to add a few “scary” details to transform it into a spooky Halloween setting. But it could also be a non-Halloween theme if you eliminate those extra spooky bits.
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