How to Host a Holiday Dress Up Party

By Guest Blogger Jenny Cookies

It’s fun to have a table set for your little guests.  My kids love having a special place setting just for them.  One of my tricks when throwing children’s parties is to use coordinating wrapping paper as a table runner!  You’ll eliminate having to wash a runner after the party and makes for super easy clean up!  Pop a few Christmas decorations down the center and you have a cute centerpiece!

With any party, it’s nice to feed your guests.  Since we were having an early afternoon gathering, we served a bite size brunch for our little friends.  Mini pancakes, waffles, cinnamon rolls, scones, and donuts are always a hit alongside a few healthy options like eggs, sausage, and fruit!
Though it’s not always necessary, I love to send guests home with a party favor.  I found these adorable Christmas plates from and had them personalized for each guest.  It’s a darling treat that they kids can use all season long and pull out year after year.  The fun thing about these plates is that they double as an activity and a serving piece!  Santa and Mrs. Claus are waiting to be dressed in your meal!
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