Christmas is a mere two days away and here at GigMasters we are certainly excited! Today we will be celebrating with our office Christmas party – bring on the eggnog and candy canes. If you are hosting your own Christmas celebration this weekend, maybe you can borrow a few fabulous ideas from today’s featured holiday parties.
Even though it may not be a white Christmas this year, you can have fun imagining what it would be like with this Let it Snow Christmas Party featured on Kara’s Party Ideas. This party is beautifully styled in red and white, complete with glittery décor, candy canes. Tables are also decorated with adorable printables offering classic holiday sayings like “Let it Snow” and “Deck the Halls.” This is one truly gorgeous Christmas party! In addition to the dazzling décor, this elegant event includes plenty of sweet candy treats, yummy cupcakes and delicious drinks. Hiring a pianist to sing all the Christmas classics would make a great addition to this lovely holiday get-together.
If you enjoy cozy and cute gatherings, you will appreciate this Milk and Cookie Christmas Party from The Celebration Shoppe. No time spent furiously baking for this party; all the cookies were store-brought Keebler family favorites such as Keebler Fudge Stripes, Vienna Fingers, Fudge Sticks, E.L Fudge Elves and Chips Deluxe. Each cookie was assigned a cute Christmas name to tie into the holiday theme. This party is full of all of Santa’s favorite things and the cute printables for this party are modeled after the jolly old soul. This is an absolutely adorable party for family and kids.
The holidays are meant to be the season of giving and it is always nice to see celebrations that help those in need. This Vintage Red Truck Christmas Toy Drive from Mirabelle Creations is a great example of how you and your kids can celebrate the holiday and give back to the community at the same time. This vintage inspired party asked guests to bring an unwrapped toy to donate to charity. Such a great idea and nice way to teach children what it truly means to “give” on Christmas.
Tiny guests were able to snack on tasty treats such as red velvet cupcakes, candy bars, cake pops and kettle corn. In keeping with the vintage design of this party, drinks were served in mason jars. Guests also had the option to enjoy a refreshing Coca-Cola in an old fashioned glass bottle (such a cute touch)! Another great way to “give joy” would be to get all the guests together to go Christmas caroling throughout the neighborhood. Christmas songs are always a great way to spread holiday cheer.
How will you be celebrating Christmas this year? Let us know in the comments below.