8 Christmas Holiday Party Ideas You Never Thought of

Updated on June 23rd, 2020

You already have known the dealings during the holiday party circuit like ugly Christmas sweater parties and Santa gift exchanges. Did you think about cheering into more creative outlets? We have collected some Christmas holiday party ideas you never thought of.

1. A SWEETSGIVING PARTY

8 Christmas Holiday Party Ideas You Never Thought of

The holidays are best celebrated with all the joy and wonder of a buddy. It is strongly encouraged to gather with your nearest friends during the Christmas holidays. Think about a lot of sprinkles, chocolate syrup, mini-marshmallows, spaghetti etc. make the party a mega get together with sweet treat exchanging holiday gifts

2. HOLIDAY MOVIE MARATHON

8 Christmas Holiday Party Ideas You Never Thought of

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You can try to create a holiday film fest and keep it just less than five minutes to avoid movie fatigue. If watching hours of movies is not exciting anymore try a drinking game taking shot when someone says “Christmas spirit” or whenever anyone in Santa garb is on screen.

3. CRAFTSTRAVAGANZA

8 Christmas Holiday Party Ideas You Never Thought of

At the starting of the holiday season, call your friends together to channel your inner domestic goddesses with a party, yes it is crafting. Bring on the felt poinsettias! Learn how to create the wreaths together, cut and print homemade holiday cards, or even set up an elaborate gifting table.

4. REVERSE CHRISTMAS IN JULY

8 Christmas Holiday Party Ideas You Never Thought of

Christmas in July is a midsummer party, it is time-honored. In the summer’s hottest month, people try to act likeits Christmas— with a tree, gift exchange, and festive fool. Move into traditional with Beach balls, mojitos, with the Beach Boys album, and ample sunscreen.

5. CHERRY COCKTAIL POTLUCK

CHERRY COCKTAIL POTLUCK - 8 Christmas Holiday Party Ideas You Never Thought of

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Upgrade a holiday potluck instantly by asking friends to bring their favorite cocktail mix. Candy cane martinis, eggnog, spiked cocoa…just be ready for the rowdy rounds of carols to be run through the end of the night. You should actually have some food there, as well.

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