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9 Best Winter Parties You Should Try This Holiday Season

 

From office Christmas parties to children’s classroom parties, the winter season is full of celebrations! But don’t just throw an ordinary holiday party this December, use Jump City’s guide to create the ultimate party this winter! From winter wonderlands to backyard bonfires, your next Dallas party is sure to be a hit this wintertime!

1.Winter Wonderland

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‘Tis the season for a classic winter wonderland themed party! This classic party theme can be created with a silver-white-grey color decoration color scheme and some fake snow around the windows and furniture. Add red ornaments to a glass vase to fit the theme, and provide a pop of color to contrast with the decorations!

2. Frozen Party

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Join Anna, Elsa and Olaf this winter season and throw a Frozen themed party! Decorate with fake icicles or shades of blue, and complete the theme with these Frozen inspired cupcakes! These cupcakes are easy to make, and look beautiful on the dessert table!

3. Nutcracker

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The Nutcracker explores what happens when Marie’s toy Nutcracker comes to life on Christmas eve and defeats the rat king. With a world famous musical score and exceptional choreography, the Nutcracker is one of the most viewed ballets of all times, especially during the winter holidays! Throw a Nutcracker themed tea party this December with gold accented decor, finger sandwiches and of course plenty of nutcrackers!

4. Grinch

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The classic Christmas tale of How the Grinch Stole Christmas is a wintertime favorite for families, so why not throw a Grinch themed party this season? Celebrate with Cindy Lou and the other members of Whoville and recreate these adorable Grinch cookies! These sugar cookie bars are sure to make your heart grow three sizes this December!

5. White Christmas

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Perhaps the easiest theme of the bunch, a White Christmas theme is elegant and simple, and works great when working with a large range of age groups. White chocolate truffle cake pops and cheesecake bites match the theme perfectly (and taste great!) Add a pop of gold to the decor to provide a classy contrast to complete your classy affair!

6. Bonfire

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Some of the best parts about entering the winter season are the bonfires, warm blankets and hot chocolate! Throw a bonfire backyard party this December complete with tons of blankets, some hot dogs and marshmallows to roast, and of course a fire pit!

Bonus: Add a hot chocolate bar with things like whipped cream, chocolate chips, and caramel sauce to keep them warm on the chilly December night!

7. Camp Fire

 

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Can’t throw an outdoor bonfire this winter? Throw an indoor campfire party indoors! Complete the theme with campfire essentials like s’mores, hot chocolate and trail mix, and create simple fabric tents to really tie the theme together. Have kids take turns telling their best made up fireside stories!

8. Candy Land

 

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Throw a Candy Land themed party this December complete with heaps of colorful candies like lollipops and gumdrops and plenty of brightly colored desserts like sprinkled donuts or cupcakes! Candy Land is suitable for young children as well, so it’s a great board game for children to play during the party. Feeling crafty? Recreate a life-size version of the game for guests to enjoy during the party!

9. Winter Solstice

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To us, the Winter Solstice marks the day with the shortest amount of daylight, but it was once a holiday that signified the “turning of the sun”, and helped to establish a working calendar to signify when the summer months would be arriving. Now, the winter solstice can be celebrated alongside Christmas or simply on it own. Invite family and friends to celebrate the turning of the sun with good food and company, and keep the decor minimal and natural with some string lights and garland.

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