Christmas is the time to up your décor quotient and dress up everything around you in festive colors. If you are hosting a Christmas party and are looking for ideas to make this a special and unique one, then you have reached the right spot. Here are some out-of-the-box Christmas party decorations that can set the stage for the festivities this year.
1. Snowman Theme as a Party Idea
Shiny snowflakes and swirls, metallic balloons, silvery gift-wrap paper can be used creatively to create a winter wonderland with snowman theme for your Christmas party this year. Use silvery tableware to go with the theme. Plan for desserts with sugar dust, and make sure you match them with the tableware. Go all out and decorate your home in blue and silver combinations and give red and white a miss.
2. Tinsel Décor
If you are shy of experimenting then shiny tinsel decorations are the way to go. Use tinsel decorations of all shapes, sizes and color to decorate your party venue. Use tinsel décor garlands to decorate the walls and doors. Decorate the mantel, windows, Christmas tree and even your mailbox with red and white tinsel stockings, trees and an adorable Santa!
3. Incredible Wreaths
If decoration spells creative for you, then there are some great DIY wreaths that can form the focus of your Christmas décor this year. See how you can use party essentials such as ribbons, paper fans, candy cane and doilies to give your mantel and doorway a special look.
4. Decorative Treats
If you are short of time and have time enough only for getting your yummy treats ready, fret not. Use Christmas colors to serve the Christmas party dishes – decorate your gingerbread house in red, white and green M&Ms. Stick snowman and Santa candies on the candy canes, use green or red muffin liners and finally hang green red and white paper lanterns above t complete the look. Ho-ho-ho! There you go! Your treats have doubled up as décor too!
5. Wearable Décor
Yes, you heard me right! Get some reindeer antlers and holly-jollies for your guests. Create a cozy cabin look with throws in red, green and white combination. Bring in vintage pieces and family heirlooms in red or white to add to the décor – napkins, napkin rings, wine glasses, cutlery and crockery are just a few ideas to go with. You can also get a bit of your garden indoors to complete the color scheme.
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