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Inspiration Central: Find creative, budget-friendly ideas for any party or special event

Christmas Party Inspiration:

White Elephant Christmas Party

Shop Holiday party invitations from CrinkledNose.com.

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• We love these star cookie christmas trees with icing icicles from Invite Me (via Amy Atlas Events, photographed by Whites Park Photography).

• When the gift swapping is finished, send your guests home with gifts of their own, like these cute candy-filled holiday pouches. Learn how to make them from Peppermint Plum.

• Add a round sticker to the bottoms of Hershey kisses in colored foil to make them more special (by Bees Knees Creative, via Amy Atlas Events).

• Try something fun and unexpected -- instead of packing peanuts, stuff your white elephant gift with peppermints to protect it instead! (by Country Living, via Our Fine House)

• What's a white elephant party with gift-shaped desserts? (by Bees Knees Creative, via Amy Atlas Events)

• Give your tree some stand-out attention with bright red and white ornaments
(via Martha Stewart).

• These "snowy" holiday cookies look good enough to eat...and that's the point! (from Martha Stewart)

• A simple special touch makes a big difference, like these gifts wrapped in simple brown paper with white doily accents and red ribbon (via ElleAdore).

• Bite-sized sugar cookies and cupcakes are easier for guests to carry, and eat! (from Invite Me (via Amy Atlas Events, photographed by Whites Park Photography)

• Our "White Elephant" holiday party invitation sets the perfect and playful mood for an evening of competitive gift swapping. Add plenty of red accents to your party desserts and decor, and your guests will be ready for a party full of holiday fun and lots of laughter.

 

Hot Cocoa Holiday Party

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Use fuzzy poms poms for gift wrapping ribbons. (via Bugs and Fishes)

• Make a festive foodie wreath like this one from Woman's Day out of candy canes or striped paper straws.

• These whimsical strawberry "Santa hat" brownies are easy to make and delicious to eat (via Daisy's World).

• Treat your guests to a hot chocolate bar, with lots of stir-in options like crushed peppermint, sprinkles, crushed toffee bits, cinnamon sticks, candy canes, chocolate shavings, whipped cream, crushed peanut butter cups or butterfinger, and of course marshmallows!
(photograph via Mommyapolis)

• Whimsical rice crisy treats or cake pops are easy to carry around with mini candy cane "handles" (from addapinch.com).

• Nothing says "Christmas" like delicious gingerbread cookies (via My Recipes, photograph by Becky Luigart-Stayner).

• Our "Holiday Treat" Hot Cocoa Party Invitation is a warm and inviting invitation for a comfy Christmas evening in. Whether you're going to curl up with your cocoa and watch White Christmas or play a rollicking game of White Elephant, this invitation lets your invited guests know that they are in for a night of cozy Christmas fun (and cocoa of course!). Make it a magnetic invitation so guests can stick their reminder right on the fridge.

 

Winter Wonderland Holiday Party

Christmas party invitations from CrinkledNose.com.

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• These beautiful snowflake cupcakes from Country Living add to the snowy winter feeling (via Martha Stewart).

• Iced sugar cookies with edible pearls make whimsical Christmas tree ornaments (via Meryl Brown Events).

• Soak doilies in fabric stiffener, then hang at varying heights in a window or doorway! (via Martha Stewart)

• Metallic silver and white pom poms make a wintry statement when hanging from tree branches or doorways(via RubyJu).

• Serve snowy white desserts to keep your table coordinated (photograph and recipe by Cannelle et Vanille).

• We love this gorgeous winter wreath made from potpourri pieces, nuts, pinecones, beach glass and twigs, and it smells lovely too! (Buy one on Etsy from Another Bright Idea).

• Gifts or party favors look extra elegant wrapped in complementary shades of paper and stacked on a cake plate or serving platter (via Country Living).

• Sweet, sugary party treats like these crystalline white cake pops make a festive dessert. (via The Sweetest Occasion and Amy Altas Events)

• Our "Silvery Snowflakes" holiday party invitation is perfect for a stunning seasonal soiree. Your Christmas party will be the talk of the holiday season with a stunning and sophisticated palette of blue and silver. With all of your information printed in elegant style, your personalized winter party invitation is sure to impress.

 

Gingerbread Decorating Holiday Party

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• We love these cute little monogrammed cookies via The Party Dress. Use them as centerpieces or give them away as personalized party favors!

• A mishmashed collection of whimsical tea cups from garage sales or the thrift stores some whimsical variety to your party. (photo via Be Different, Act Normal)

• Hang a sweet gumdrop wreath like this one to greet your guests in style. See a tutorial at A Pretty Cool Life.

• Create adorable North Pole cupcakes with white icing, candy cane pieces, and icing.
(via One Charming Party)

• To minimize mess, cover your table with brown butcher paper and for a table runner criss cross some holiday ribbon. And who needs centerpieces? All of your decorating ingredients and topping make a colorful array for your table. (via Libby Grove Design)

• For the daring, try decorating a gingerbread village instead of a little house! Or create a cardboard version like this one from Martha Stewart for the kids to color.

• Colorful scrapbook paper can be used to create charming holiday tree decor. (via Windy Robinson Designs)

• The more yummy toppings and candies the better! Guests can get creative with their decorating and snack at the same time. (photos from SweetStyle.com and the Celebration Shoppe)

• Our "Gingerbread House" Holiday Party Invitation is as sweet as sugar. The warm and happy color scheme and whimsical snowflakes welcome your guests for a magical holiday time. Make it a magnetic Christmas party invitation so all of your budding artists can keep their reminder right on the refrigerator.

 

 

   
 
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