Hosting a Holiday Party?

The holidays are always fun. One of the best things is being able to spend time with family and friends. Holiday parties make get-togethers even more fun. Here are some great holiday party themes that you can incorporate this year.

Ugly Sweater Party – Have fun with those ugly, old, cheesy sweaters that people wear around Christmas. Guests will have fun dressing up in sweaters they no longer want to be seen in public wearing. Have some hot cocoa with donuts and have the main activity be socializing, though pictures of the event will be necessary.

Winter Wonderland – Host a winter party for your guests. String up winter decorations, such as snowflake ornaments and snowmen. Be sure to serve yummy wintery foods, such as soup.

Decade Party – Ask guests to dress up in different decade costumes. For example one couple could be asked to dress up in 50’s costumes and poodle skirts while another family could be asked to dress up in 80’s attire. You could even choose to have everyone dress up from the same decade. If you decide to do that it’s a good idea to choose a popular decade that has easy to access costumes. The 50’s are a good choice since poodle skirts and grease outfits are easy to come by. Poodle skirts especially are easy to recognize as a costume from the 50’s.

Christmas Traditions From Around the World – Use a Christmas theme for your Christmas party, but add a twist to it. Host a Christmas party that incorporates Christmas traditions that different countries have around the world. For example, you could incorporate France’s tradition of serving fish as the main meal on Christmas.

Holiday Crafts – Get together to make holiday crafts. Everyone likes having holiday decorations and crafts to put up around the home for the holidays. Look up cute craft ideas on craft sites that cater to the age of your guests.

Twelve Days of Christmas – Use this classic holiday song as your party’s inspiration. Use the entire song with decorations, invitations, activities, and menu. If your guests are the types that enjoy caroling you can also add that in to the activities.

Themes create unity with parties and make them really stand out to guests. If you want to leave an impression choose a theme and have fun with it. If any of our readers have any more party themes for the holidays we would love to hear your ideas.

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