Parties are a time-honored tradition during the holiday season. They are the perfect way for friends, coworkers, and loved ones to gather together to celebrate the holidays. They are also the perfect opportunity to do something fun and different. For instance, you could throw a theme party. No matter who you invite, there is sure to be a wide variety of Christmas costumes party themes to choose from in order to match the personalities of your guests.
For children, there are numerous ideas that you can use for Christmas party themes because it is fairly easy to determine what make children happy. Throw them a Santa Claus party where everyone comes dressed in red with a Santa hat on. Make all of the decorations, serving plates, napkins, and cups Santa-related and maybe even invite a grown up Santa to the party to give out little gift to each of the children. You could also serve Santa shaped cookies and milk.
If a Santa Claus party doesn’t interest you, maybe a tree decorating party would. This might be a little more costly but probably not much more than what you would spend on any other party. Once you decide on the number of children that you want to invite, take a trip to your local dollar store and purchase one miniature Christmas tree for each child. You can get them for around $5 a piece and you can also purchase miniature ornaments, garland and tinsel for a very reasonable price. Again, as we did with the Santa Christmas party theme, make sure everything is Christmas tree related, such as cookies, napkins, plates, and decorations.
Even for adults, Christmas party themes can be a lot of fun. You can definitely use your imagination here. Costume parties are always a hit because it is fun to see everyone dressed in costumes. It really shows their imagination. For this type of party, ask your guests to dress up as one of the characters from one of your favorite Christmas cartoons or shows.
For example, if your favorite Christmas cartoon is How the Grinch Stole Christmas, the guests could dress up as the Grinch or Cindy Lou Who Christmas costumes. You could even serve your own version of the Christmas feast with the “Roast Beast” and “Who Hash”. If you like Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer have everyone dress up as Rudolph, an elf, or even the Abominable Snow Man and serve some type of food that you can rename “silver and gold” after the cartoon’s theme song.
Christmas is a great time of year and should be enjoyed to the fullest. Parties are the absolute best way to do so, whether it is with your children and their friends or your adult friends, family, and coworkers. You can create Christmas party themes from just about any holiday related item. All you have to do is use your imagination and have fun with it.