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Fun And Interesting Christmas Party Themes 2016

Fun And Interesting Christmas Party Themes 2016

Christmas party themes that’s a little more creative and a little less stale, take a look at some of our favorite Christmas theme party ideas.

The Christmas holidays are so near that we can taste it, which means it’s also party season! Pre-Christmas parties are a great time to be a little creative in your festivities. After all, you can get all the tradition you want during the family get-together on December 25. There are as many different themes as there are parties, so here are a few ideas to get the ball rolling.

Make it a themed Christmas party and it’s bound to be the most memorable of the season! A Christmas theme party gives guests a chance to put on their party shoes during a time of year when things can be more stressful than fun. Whether it’s a family get-together or a corporate party, themed Christmas parties are a great way to get everyone into the holiday spirit and make fun memories together.

christmas party themes 2016

christmas party themes 2016

Creative Christmas Party Themes Ideas

Peppermint Party Theme

Candy canes are not only the candy of the season, they’re also the flavor. Incorporate red and white stripes into your decor, and serve peppermint-flavored treats for your Christmas party. This party featured on Hostess with the Mostess includes peppermints all throughout the glam event.

New York Theme

Instead of going to New York, bring New York to you and your guests. A New York backdrop is among the top Christmas party themes especially for guests that never ventured to the Big Apple. JD Parties is hosting a New York-themed christmas party this year at Tatton Park. This provides a picturesque scene complete with open parkland and wildlife.

Nutcracker Theme

The holiday’s most famous ballet is such a Christmas tradition, it would be a shame not to celebrate it in an elegant themed party, like this one on Catch my Party. with displaying your nutcracker and serving nuts, serve beautifully colored candy in honor of the Sugar Plum Fairy, and a gingerbread cookie cocktail.

Reverse Christmas Theme

Christmas in July is a time-honored mid-summer party favorite. In the summer’s hottest month, people pretend it’s Christmas complete with a tree, gift exchange, and hearty meal. Well, turn the tables on this tradition with a beach-themed romp in the depths of winter. Beach balls, mojitos, everyone’s favorite Christmas with the Beach Boys album, and ample sunscreen are a must.

Christmas Carol karaoke

What better way to get the party started than by warming up the karaoke machine, but this time just playing the Christmas classics. It doesn’t have to be Christmas carols, you can also throw in some of your favorite Christmas songs including Wham! and Mariah Carey. This is bound to get even the quietest people joining in with the chorus.

peppermint party theme

peppermint party theme

Super hero party Theme

2016 has been the year of the super hero reboot. With films like Batman vs Superman, Kung Fu Panda 3, Big Hero 6 and Miss Peregrine’s School for Peculiar Children, it’s time to reveal the super powers of your guests. Dress the waitstaff in super hero costumes, hire props like the Batmobile and go crazy on the flame-throwing cocktail theatre. This is a great opportunity for your guests to play with Augmented Reality toys that bring the theme to life.

Winter Wonderland theme

Looking to impress your guests with a white Christmas this year, then a Winter Wonderland theme might be just for you.Imagine the venue glistening in white, silver and ice blue, with snow-capped winter trees and fairy lights creating a magical ambience. Snow falling from the ceiling as your guests arrive through a frosted entrance with life sized reindeer. Ice white chair covers and tables dressed with sculptured icicle-style centre pieces and mood lighting transforming the room into a magical frosty wonderland which will delight and amaze your guests.

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