IN PHOTOS: DMCI Homes Communities Dress Up for Halloween 2017


It’s that time of the year again where costumes and cobwebs are aplenty. Halloween, indeed, is one of the most anticipated events in every DMCI Homes community. Homeowners, residents and their PMOs would gather up to decorate their buildings and common areas with the best and scariest decor they could ever come up with. Year by year, this tradition becomes more exciting and fun for our communities, especially for the kids.

To walk you through the Halloween events in our communities, here are some snaps:

Siena Park Residences 

Here’s one building decor, positively sending us Halloween vibes. Nice work with the balloons!

Room with orange and black decorations for Halloween

Human legs for dinner, anyone?

Halloween prop of bloody leg

Oooh look at these  funky concoctions with creepy body parts!

Replicas of disembodied limbs displayed at a Halloween party

There are good clowns, and there are bad. Apparently, they got the latter, straight from a movie.

A Pennywise decoration displayed at a party

Which, however, came with a warning sign, so as not to confuse anyone, especially children.

Warning sign of how dangerous Pennywise is to children

Giant spiders and thick cobwebs added to these mirrors are working it out very nicely for this refreshments table.

Halloween table set up

Oh and have you seen Sadako lurking in the corner?

Halloween costume of Sadako and headless man

Cobwebs and lights played pretty good in here. Put that lady in the background and we’re good.

Halloween costume of Sadako

These lost children are all part of the decors, nothing to worry about.

Halloween posters of missing children

And if you might get lost, here’s some signages pointing you to either the Cemetery or the Haunted Highway. Your choice, completely.
Halloween-themed road signs

Now, for the costumes, Siena Park Residences kids also had a great time pulling off different characters they fancy. Well, princesses are of course still a fad every year, but an Avatar character in exchange for a prince? Why not!

Kids in costume at a Halloween party

Moana also made some statement amidst the flowy princessy gowns.

Families enjoying a Halloween party

What do you call a cute baby butterfly?

Child wearing a black and purple butterfly costume

How about a gorgeous baby unicorn?

Little girl wearing a unicorn outfit

We’re not really sure, but the only thing we want to make sure is to see these kids’ happy faces during the event, which didn’t disappoint.

Kids in costume celebrating a Halloween party

Acacia Estates Communities

The Birchwood welcomes guests and homeowners with a horrible six-legged creature, tombstones and plants straight from an online game.

Halloween decorations displayed outside a DMCI Homes community

And they get to make these Zombies too.

Cardboad cutouts of characters from Plants vs. Zombies

At the day of the event, The Birchwood residents and kids gather for a ventriloquist show and some friendly clowns.

Ventriloquist entertaining guests at a Halloween party

The Cedar Crest’s Halloween theme was as exciting as the movie.

Which will not be completed without these ghouly bellboys.

But wait til you see Mahogany Place 3’s Halloween costumes! Parent’s imagination is getting more and more creepy nowadays. Take a look at this innocent-looking kiddo, Gabbie, donning these large, well-placed teeth!

We also got these two little cuties, who were all smiles in their cute costumes.

Did someone invite the police?

This cutie’s fine with all her candies. But who wouldn’t spare some to see her smile?

Children of Mahogany Place 3 had a great time joining our fun games too.

Rosewood Pointe got tombstones and zombies working all over the place.

Outside felt just like a graveyard extension. Nice work!

And Verawood Residences brought Potterheads together on Halloween.

Professor Dumbledore graced the event, looking a little more cuter.

Joined also by Harry Potter himself, and his trusty house elf.


Halloween is one of those events that needs a lot of preparation and cooperation from homeowners, and it takes great communities working together to be able to pull these off. We are proud of another achievement of bringing smiles to our homeowners once again, especially to the kids. These were more than just costumes, decors, and events but a community that works and have fun together. See you at the next trick-or-treating!



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