Ho Ho Ho! A round of Santa-plause, please. Christmas isn’t Christmas without an annual holiday party. We rounded up the top holiday party themes to get you into the Christmas spirit. This year, Christmas and holiday parties are going to be a lot smaller. Mix in Santa with a fun theme with your immediate family or roommates and you can create a fantastic last minute holiday party. We are excited to share 13 Christmas party themes to make the holidays fun.
Christmas Party Themes
We love a good theme party. Themes are a great way to spice up a holiday party. Themes help you with planning the party and getting your guests into the holiday spirit. If you aren’t able to celebrate with your household or people in your pod, you can always modify these themes for a virtual Zoom party.
All Around the World Christmas Party
Did you know that Christmas is celebrated differently around the world? Yes, many of us put up a tree, hang Christmas lights, open Christmas presents, but festivities and traditions vary from country to country. Host an All Around the World Christmas Party. Ask you guests to bring a dish from a different part of the world for an All Around the World Christmas Party.
Après Ski Christmas Party
Whether or not you are heading to the slopes this winter, consider an Après Ski Christmas Party. Decorate your home with a cozy chalet touches such as mountain photobooth, faux fur blankets, ski themed pillows, Après Ski photobooth props, bunny ears and snowman and snowflake balloons. Ask your guests to show up in their finest ski gear.
Christmas and brunch is one unbelievable combination. Brunch with a Christmas twist very easy to DIY. You can make it potluck, make some pancakes, eggs and parfaits. Serve some fresh fruit and sparkling brunch cocktails too. You can even make this kid friendly with some snowman shaped pancakes.
Christmas Cocktail Party
Host an an elegant but festive cocktail party. Fresh cranberry margaritas are a must have this holiday season. We love cooking and making cocktails with seasonal ingredients and nothing screams Christmas like cranberries. All you need are fresh cranberries, limes, rosemary, sugar, salt and el Jimador tequila. The rosemary simple syrup and fresh cranberries add a holiday twist to a traditional margarita. Ask your guests to make their favorite cocktails too.
Skip the glitz an glamour of a traditional holiday party and host a Christmas Jammies party. Get matching family jammies or ask your friends to come over in their favorite Christmas jammies for a pajama party. Keep it casual and small and add it some Santa Hats, Elf hats reindeer ears for some extra fun.
Flora Springs Holiday Wine Party
Pour me some holiday cheer with Flora Springs. Flora Springs creates a whimsical collection of Holiday wines every year. With a creamy Chardonnay and several bold reds, these wines are the perfect accompaniment to your holiday meal. We used a gold tablecloth, faux fur table runner and green satin napkins.
It’s the Most Wine-derful Time of the Year
Host a holiday wine tasting because it’s the most wine-derful time of the year. Deck the halls with a festive tablescape consisting of holiday reds, metallic silvers and snow whites. Our backdrop featured a sparkly silver fringe curtain glitter banner to remind guests that “it’s the most wine-derful time of the year as well as chic red and/or white paper snowflakes. We dressed the table with Williams Sonoma’s adorable Snowman linens. We sampled 4 varietals of Cornerstone Cellars vino.
Jingle and Flamingle Christmas Party
Grab some Santa hats and flamingos, and get ready to jingle and flamingle. We created our Jingle and Flamingle tablescape with bubblegum linens, white table runner, green napkins and silver chargers. Two flamingo lawn ornaments added a festive look to the floral arrangements. We also added a pine garland and lots of pine cones. We served food and drinks with flamingo picks and straws.
Naughty or Nice Christmas Party
The Christmas trees are up and Santa is checking his list to see who is Naughty or Nice. We put a chic twist on the traditional Christmas colors by combining vibrant reds and fresh whites with gorgeous pinks and dramatic blacks. Guests were asked to dress in holiday attire, which ranged from red cocktail dresses, Santa hats, ugly Christmas sweaters and even a full Santa costume.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Pinkmas! Skip the traditional red and green color palette and opt for a pink wonderland. Serve pink and white foods and drinks too. Ask your guests to dress up in pink too.
Snowman Theme Party
Hey Frosty, it’s a little chilly in here. Whether it’s snowing or not, you can throw a Snowman Theme Party. We decorated the table with crisp snowman linens. The whimsical linens inspired the party’s white, crimson, green and silver color palette. We placed a holiday bouquet of roses, mums, lilies and silver branches in the center of the table. We used silver trees, succulents and white candles as additional table decor. Make sure to include lots of Milk Chocolate Snowman Hollow Figures too.
Ugly Sweater Party
Skip your holiday best and party with your holiday worst with an Ugly Sweater Party. Ask your guests to don their best ugly sweaters- festive pugs, reindeer and snowmen. Anything goes at an ugly sweater party- the uglier the better. We also had ugly sweater photobooth props.
Walking in a winter wonderland. Deck out your home with all white winer decor and create a winter wonderland. Ask guests to wear their winter whites, sip on white cocktails and wine and dine on white bites.
Don’t get your tinsel in a tangle! With some Twinspiration, try one of these Christmas party themes and host your own fabulous holiday party this year.
May your presents be many and your troubles be few. Merry Christmas.Anonymous