Doesn't everyone love holiday parties? Whether it's a company affair, you and your family spending the holidays together or an eclectic gathering of friends drinking eggnog around a tree, holiday and Christmas parties are tons of fun! 'Tis the season to throw a holiday party like no one has ever seen!
Often, holiday events are thrown in one's home, unless it's a work event, where the party will likely take place in the office ( perhaps even during work hours). Whatever the case, holiday parties are loads of fun. There's probably a Christmas tree already on display, lights glistening everywhere, and maybe even snow on the ground. This environment is ideal for throwing a holiday event and to get your guests in the holiday spirit! Here's some more unique Christmas party ideas
to make your holiday affair one that's never been seen before.Ugly Sweater Party
- So maybe this idea isn't exactly "never before seen," but it's sure a whole lot of fun! Invite your guests to wear the ugliest sweater they can find and have a contest with a prize at the end for whoever wore the worst one.Holiday Cocktail Party
- Take some time to search some unique holiday inspired cocktail recipes, like candy cane martinis. You and your guests will have a ton of fun playing bartender and trying the drinks!Christmas Cookie Party
- Invite your closest friends over to bake, or just ask everyone to bring a different kind of cookie to the event. Serve coffee, hot apple cider, eggnog and hot cocoa for a night of indulgence.Hot Cocoa Bar
- The cold weather always makes everyone want to curl up with a mug of hot cocoa. Set up a buffet table with hot water dispensers, different flavors of cocoa, whipped cream, cinnamon sticks, and chocolate shavings and allow everyone to make their own delicious creations. Throw a couple of bottles of Bailey's and Kahlua on the tables for spiked drinks!
Don't forget to browse our large selection of holiday party favors
to complete your affair and send your guests home with a memorable favor or sweet send off!
© November 10, 2011, Kelsey Bowen, Little Things Favors
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