btw we had another clown in the back seat I didn't get a picture of him!! Kinda sucks no trick or treaters came!
Fine print? there was no ad in a paper or facebook or on their website they had it on their big lighted board/sign saying trunk or treat tonight at 7pm it was in big black letters.Wow I have never heard of that. Yeah they should have specified what their rules were as in no gore only biblical themes.
I guess in the future check the so called fineprint. You didnt know, no one told you. The first pastor should have told you
when he saw what you had. Oh well. No worries.... the big day has passed so we can all look forward to the next one.
Yeah but how are you going to make a trunk or treat biblical? Its Halloween nothing in Halloween is biblical, no wonder there was only 1 other car there lol.It is commonly known in our area that church held trunk or treats are non scary, non gore events for little kids. Parents can take them there knowing it is non threatening to them and won't induce nightmares!
Did you read my post? There was a church not too far from this one that had an actual haunted house inside in the basement with blood and gore. They had props outside as well and people in costumes dressed as zombies and clowns, so its been done before at the churches around me. I saw kids there as young as 5 go inside so its been done all churches are different.Hate to be the contrarian, but I honestly can't believe you would ever think it would be a good idea to take horror props to a church trunk or treat. The folks who go there are the ones who don't want their kids to be subjected to the scary side of the holiday. School events are for people who worry about safety, but the church event goers are all about giving and not about horror.
the one church that did the haunted house had the same decorating style as I did and kids of all ages attended my car wasn't too bad at all.I have never been to a church trunk or treat, but I have always imagined that it is more of a wholesome family entertainment along the lines of a fall festival. Halloween means different things to different people. I think that I fall in the middle. I do not do inflatables or charlie brown type decorating. And, I do not do any gore, blood, mutilations or chainsaw stuff. I pretty much stick to skeletons, clowns, spiders and snakes.
It sounds like to me that you have more of a teenager/adult mature type decorating style and need to find the fit that is right for that category.