Throwing a Christmas party doesn’t require a theme. After all, Christmas is the theme, right? But if you add something extra, it will make your party stand out.
If you are thinking of hosting a party this Christmas season, here are some themes you can add to make it extra special.
Nightmare Before Christmas
Nightmare Before Christmas is a much-loved movie that let’s everyone combine Christmas and Halloween. People will love dressing up as their favorite character or you can give them the freedom of incorporating any type of horror into the season. Decapitated elves and bloody Santas are sure to make the holiday festive.
Ugly Christmas Sweater
Give your party an ugly Christmas sweater theme to see your guests decked out in the best of the best. They will be arriving in lit up varieties, ones that represent their favorite bands, even somewhat pornographic ones! Be sure to have a prize for the winner!
Black tie may be the opposite of an Ugly Christmas sweater theme. Give everyone a chance to wear those fancy garments they were stashing in their closets on the off chance that they would be invited to the Emmy’s. It will be so ooh-la-la!
Gingerbread House Construction
Give everyone a chance to get creative by providing gingerbread making kits to your guests and letting them have at it. This is another theme that can easily be made into a contest. Your guests will enjoy taking their creations home with them to eat.
Christmas Around the World
Celebrate a variety of cultures and nationalities by doing a Christmas around the world event. Use decorations that represent a variety of heritages and serve ethnic holiday foods. Encourage your guests to get in on the fun by wearing outfits that represent their ancestry or a culture they admire.
A Wonka Christmas
Wonka out by making your candy table the centerpiece of your event. Be sure to include a chocolate fountain and lots of colorful candies. Use decorations that represent the movie. Your invitations can be golden tickets.
The Decade of Your Choice
It’s fun to go retro on Christmas. Any decade will work well. Get groovy for the 70’s, grunge for the 90’s, psychedelic for the 60’s or gangster and flapper for the 20’s. You can even go back to Egyptian or Victorian times. What era will you choose?
There are so many parties that happen during the holiday season. Make yours stand out by adding fun theme. Which of these will work best for your guests?