The Christmas countdown has begun and holiday inspired parties have been popping up all over the web. This week’s featured parties will leave you feeling both holly and jolly.
How could you go wrong with an event like this Hot Cocoa & Candy Christmas Party from Celebrations at Home? This party looks like a candy Christmas wonderland! Adorable gingerbread custom printables matched all of the scrumptious sweets for this party. Of all the delicious goodies featured (and there were many), my favorites are the rice krispie treat pops – they look fantastic.
To accompany all of the yummy food goodness, this party also had a stocked hot cocoa bar. This magical drinking station included dippers, M&M’s, milk and white chocolate, peppermint sticks and marshmallow pops. With so many delectable delights how could anyone choose? With a spread like this, Santa Claus himself may even opt for something more exciting than the traditional milk and cookies.
It’s always a nice idea to have a fun holiday event for the kids and this Sugar Plum Fairy Baking Party from Fanciful Events is a great party idea for the little lady in your life.
When guests arrived at this amazing baking party they received chef hats and aprons as well as tutus, fairy wands and fairy dust. What a wonderful way to start a party! Decorations were done in pinks and purples with nutcrackers, fairies and snowflakes. Everything about the styling of this party is sparkly and magnificent.
The girls spent the afternoon baking tasty treats that they were able to take home. If you are planning your own Sugar Plum Fairy party, you could also invite a costumed character to dress as a real fairy – it would be a great surprise for all of the guests.
When your child has a birthday around the holidays, planning can sometimes be chaotic. But, with a little creativity, you can incorporate your child’s birthday with the spirit of the season. That’s just what one Mom did with this It’s A Wonderful Life Party that was featured on P is for Party. Choosing a color scheme (gold, copper and ivory) for this party was easy, they simply went with the colors from the fully decorated Christmas tree that was already up in the home.
Tables had beautifully decorated gift box centerpieces and guests were asked to take home a jingle bell wreath ornament as the party favor. Guests also enjoyed a make-your-own parfait station and also munched on other breakfast snacks. This party shows that hosting a birthday party during the holiday season doesn’t have to be difficult, just use the inspiration you already have!
Need some more holiday party inspiration and tips? Check out our Christmas Party event pages for more planning resources.
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