Host a Christmas party that celebrates all the magic and wonder of the season. Sounds like a tall order right? It's actually easier than you think given the fact that the house is already decorated. Simply invite your favorite people over to celebrate and enjoy one of the happiest times of the year.
When you decide to host a Christmas party, make an effort to plan ahead. Take advantage of these party ideas that are simple ways to express the spirit of Christmas. Go ahead, get planning...you don't want to miss a thing.
Invitation for a Christmas party.
Invite guests to jingle and mingle with a fabulous invitation for Christmas party. Personalize with party details that get the message across just in time for the holidays.
Christmas dinner party invite.
Visions of festive party food dances in our heads as we anticipate attending a Christmas dinner party. For a fun twist, ask everyone to bring their favorite holiday dessert along with the recipe. Present a token gift to the winner. Take advantage of these personalized invitations to be sure guests have all the information they need.
Christmas Party Themes Funny
Ugly sweater party theme.
Host a Christmas party where things can get ugly. Take a look at these ugly sweater party invitations that encourage guests to come dressed in their worst. Once everyone has arrived, let the ugly sweater contest begin.
Ugly sweater holiday party invitations...
Either allow guests to cast a vote for the ugliest sweater or show their support by clapping and award ugly sweater contest gifts. Check these out...
Personalized ugly sweater party supplies.
Baby, it may be cold outside, but these adorable ugly sweater party supplies will warm your heart. Personalized text is just the right accent for napkins and plates to shine wherever they are placed.
Ugly sweater for party...
Christmas party pajama theme.
Christmas pajamas are all the rage these days, so host a Christmas party that gives guests a good excuse to show them off. Be sure to define the dress code on the invitation, so guests are prepared. Partying in your pjs, why didn't I think of that?
Host a Christmas party featuring
family Christmas pjs matching sets...
Christmas pajama for dogs...
Family Christmas PJ pants...
Dirty Santa Christmas party.
Naughty or nice? A dirty Santa Christmas party is less about being naughty and more about exchanging gifts in a playful way. You may open the best gift at the party, but that doesn't mean you can hold on to it. When designing your invitation, be sure to include any special instructions that would be helpful to the guests.
Breakfast with Santa party.
Santa Claus is coming to breakfast, so you better watch out. It's the ideal theme for younger children, so choose an invitation that appeals to them. Take a look at the options below.
And what to my wondering eyes should appear...
'Tis the season for a fiesta themed Christmas party. Everyone will want to taco 'bout these invitations that feature the bold colors and fun vibe south of the border...
Christmas fiesta ideas...
Fiesta Christmas placemats...
Christmas Cookie Party Themes
Christmas cookie swap.
Ho Ho Ho! Everyone knows that cookies are Santa's favorite, so consider throwing a Christmas cookie swap. Imagine a smorgasbord of favorite homemade cookies with the freedom to taste test them all. It's the perfect way to show off a family favorite cookie or find new cookie recipes to try.
These Christmas cookie exchange boxes are perfect
to get cookies home in one piece...
Cookie exchange contest.
Which cookie tastes best? Let the guests decide...number each batch of homestyle cookies and allow guests to vote on their favorite. Award certificates and prizes in as many categories as you would like. Take a look below...
Cookie and cocoa party.
When planning to host a Christmas party and your schedule is packed, consider a cookies and hot cocoa party. It's a simpler way to spread Christmas cheer and everyone will look forward to a casual gathering of family and friends.
Merry Christmas cup...
Gingerbread house decorating party.
Oh, what fun it is to make a gingerbread house. Some would say that decorating a gingerbread house is one of the things that they most look forward to at Christmas. With that in mind, send invitations to a few of your favorite folks and host a Christmas party that ends with sweet success.
Gingerbread house decorating invitation...
Christmas cookie decorating party.
Decorating Christmas cookies brings out the artistry in all of us using colorful icings and sprinkles as inspiration. Whether you prefer traditional Christmas shapes or a dinosaur ready to be decked out for the holidays, be sure you have several cookies for each guest to decorate. We like to pass out muffin tins filled with a variety of tinted icings and sprinkles to each decorator. Send invitations according to how many you can seat comfortably and let the creativity begin.
Holiday cookie decorating party invitation...
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Christmas karaoke party.
Karaoke is mad fun no matter the occasion, and while everyone is in the Christmas spirit why not make a joyful noise. When you make the guest list, be sure to invite those that love the spotlight and being the center of attention.
For Christmas karaoke, all you need is
holiday music, willing participants, and a karaoke machine.
Hosting a Christmas caroling party.
It simply doesn't get more traditional than a Christmas caroling party. Plan a list of songs and designate a leader as your group goes door to door sharing Christmas cheer. When the sing-along is complete, invite everyone back to your home for a warm beverage and snacks.
Christmas party supplies.
Take a look at these Christmas party pack ideas that are perfect for a casual celebration. As you can see, there is no sacrifice of style and the Christmas theme is well represented. It's a great way to simplify, so that you can spend more time creating fun memories with friends and family.
Christmas party welcome.
Santa stop here. First impressions count, especially when it's your first opportunity to welcome guests. These personalized signs are fully customizable and can be ordered to fit any party space. If a Christmas party in restaurant is being planned, place a sign at the entrance to direct guests.
Appetizers for a Christmas party.
Tempt guests with appetizers that may be bite-sized, but are big in flavor. With an endless array of choices, further appeal to the palette with a festive serving presentation. Cocktail picks, serving dishes, forks...
Best Christmas charcuterie.
Is it appetizers or a work of art? Actually, it's both and has become a
go-to for hosts when entertaining. In particular, it's a great option for those that don't cook but still want to make a big impression. Whether you are looking for a charcuterie board for all occasions or prefer one just for Christmas, start your collection here...
Dessert for Christmas party.
Add these serving pieces to your holiday wish list. Designed to be delightful, it's a great way to fancy up the table and call attention to the desserts.
Drinks for a Christmas party.
Use your imagination when serving drinks for a Christmas party. From the straws to the mugs, make every part of your drink presentation merry and bright.
Water bottle labels for Christmas.
Host a Christmas party that is filled with decorative details. These water bottle labels are such a treat for guests and it's so easy to do. There's one to fit any party theme...
Oh, what fun it is to give personalized water bottles.
Ideas for Food Christmas Party
Christmas party cupcakes.
Believe in the magic of Christmas cupcakes. These Christmas themed toppers, wrappers, and picks will bring joy to your cupcake world.
Finger foods Christmas party.
Eat, drink and be merry. Elevate your holiday foods with charming serving ideas that make it easy for the guests to serve themselves and can be used again and again.
Christmas party dishes.
Need an elf to make your party food spectacular? Well, try these dishes that are just the right addition to your holiday table. Plan your menu and buy the dish or accessory that best fits your needs. Set the table a few days before the party and place a slip of paper in each dish that identifies what goes in each. Then when it's party time, you better not pout because all you have to do is fill them up and enjoy.
Christmas cutlery holder for table.
Part of the reason that Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year lies in the smallest details. Surprise guests with these silverware holders that are absolutely adorable and sure to be a big hit.
Merry Christmas chair covers.
Comfort and joy. Chairs and bar stools are necessary items to keep guests comfortable, but they can also contribute to the party decor. Adorn chairs and bar stools with Christmas themed chair covers that are too cute to ignore.
Best Christmas party hats.
Making spirits bright when you host a Christmas party is the goal. And Santa hats are irresistible accessories that instantly put you in a festive mood. Traditional or with a funny twist, you decide.
Games to Play at Christmas Party
Christmas candy guessing game.
Fa La La La La...how many candies are in the jar? Make this guessing game even more festive with a decorative game sign and matching cards to record each guess. The person with the closest guess, not going over, is the winner.
Best Christmas scratch cards.
Christmas is Claus for celebration and these scratch-off cards are too. Plan how many prizes you would like to give away and allow guests to select a scratch-off card. Doesn't matter if you win or lose, all is merry and bright.
Christmas Bingo game ideas.
Host a Christmas party with old-school games that everyone loves. Bingo will have guests rockin' around the Christmas tree because they already know how to play. And these festive Bingo cards take the game to the next level.
Yule love the candid moments captured and it's all possible with selfie frames and fun props. Use your decorated Christmas tree as a backdrop and allow party animals to strike their best pose.
Funny game for Christmas party.
Planning to host a Christmas party feast and want to add a little fun? Write bizarre messages on slips of paper and hide under each person's dinner plate. Each guest must use the silly phrase during the meal without being called out. Be careful of who you accuse because if you're wrong, you're out. The more creative the messages are, the more fun the game will be...I'm on Santa's naughty list, You're the one gift I'll never exchange, Santa is jolly, he only works one day a year, Grandma got run over by a reindeer, etc.
Host a Christmas party that looks fancy, but it's not.
Check out these plastic plates...
Kid Christmas party games.
Have a holly jolly Christmas playing a pin-the-nose game. Whether trying to pin the nose on Santa, a reindeer, or a snowman, the blindfolded attempts are just as much fun to watch.
Christmas themed tattoos.
Temporary tattoos are the perfect way for kids to show off their love of Christmas. Check out these tattoos that prove it's the most wonderful time of the year...
Idea for Christmas party games.
Looking to host a Christmas party and need an activity? Guests will have a ball trying to release the sweet treats inside a snowman, Christmas tree, or gift box pinata. Please note that the candy or goodies are not included.
Christmas party favors for kids.
Santa's helpers are here to share our wish list of the most popular party favors we could find for kids. Think stocking stuffers, make a list, check it twice, order once.
Ideas for Christmas party favors for adults.
Load the sleigh. Big kids like presents too, so host a Christmas party that has something for everyone. Party favors don't have to be extravagant, a small gesture is appreciated.
Personalized favor bags for Christmas.
We wish you a Merry Christmas with a personalized favor bag. Compare it to the sprinkles on Christmas cookies with a surprise inside. Adding text, designs, or images is easy with the step-by-step instructions provided.
Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!
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