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Dec

Are you in the midst of planning the perfect holiday party, but are stumped for ideas?  Check out these fun suggestions and links to help you plan a great event:

  • Holiday Sweets: Throw a party that’s all about dessert! Bake your favorite holiday delights and encourage guests to bring their own at this sweet holiday get together.  A site with great holiday recipes ideas is: Bakerella
  • Seasonal Swap:  Do you want to exchange gifts, but are facing a tight holiday budget?  I recently saw a great idea on the Oprah Winfrey Show.  Throw a party and invite your friends to bring household items or clothes that they no longer want.  Then at the party have a seasonal swap!  A few girls in the office are planning to do a “style swap” with the clothes they no longer wear and we think it’s a great idea!
  • Christmas Around The World: Love to Know has great holiday party ideas, including this popular holiday party idea on cultural exploration.  Invite your friends to bring food that represents different international cuisines. Then entertain guests with games that are unique to different cultures from around the world.
  • Invitation Inspiration: Want to plan something different, but don’t know what? Look at the holiday party invitations from Tiny Prints for some inspiration.  See an example party theme based on our Rudolph Rendezvous invitation here.
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2 Responses

  1. Meghan says:

    Hmmm… a Christmas Dessert Party… great idea!

    Another fun dessert-centered holiday event is a cookie exchange party where everybody gets together to exchange cookies and eat some in the process. This way you’ll have a nice selection of cookies to put out for the holidays without having to bake 10 ten different types.

  2. Lea says:

    thanks for the comment, meghan. i actually stole the idea from someone at work because it sounded like so much fun! also love the idea of the exchange.

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