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How to Throw a Simple Friendsmas Party

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By now, you may have heard of Friendsgiving, which is Thanksgiving for friends. Well, naturally, Christmas needed a holiday just for friends too, hence Friendsmas.
You’ve probably been celebrating Friendsmas for a while and didn’t even realize it. Any festive holiday gathering with friends is essentially Friendsmas.


When you are hosting a large party or celebration you want to create an exciting environment for your guests to relax in.

Some simple decorations can turn your house into a seasonal wonderland for holiday revelers. In this section, we will show you hot to decorate for a Christmas party, including how to choose a color scheme and how to create a festive Christmas centerpiece.

- Balloon Garland
- Christmas Table
- Neon Lights
- Christmas Trees


While we love spending hours in the kitchen whipping up impressive party-worthy creations, many of us just don’t have the time. Make things easier on yourself by selecting a few recipes that are simple or can be made in advance. You can even work in a few assembly-only platters and plates that require just a trip to the store. Whatever route you take, know that while the food is an exciting part of any gathering, everyone’s there to spend quality time together. In other words, do what you can to make your party as stress-free as possible.

Here are some party foods that are sweet to look at and easy to eat.
- Deep Fried Macaroni and Cheese
- Shrimp Dip
- Toasted Ravioli
- Mac + Cheese Donuts
- Cranberry Brie Bites
- Pull-Apart Christmas Tree
- Sweet Potato Bites
- Cheese Ball Bites


When planning and picking a festive activity, be sure it’s something that all of your guests will enjoy.
- Card Games
- Exchange gifts
- Christmas Charades
- Name That Christmas Song
- Card Swap
- Karaoke
- Photo Booth
- Movie Marathon

There are so many fun ways to host a Friendsmas party. You can do it as an adults only party, or bring kids in on the fun. It can be casual and whimsical, or more of a formal dinner party vibe.

We always recommend sending out the invitations a month with an RSVP date one week before.

Be intentional about your guest list and pick a time frame that works with your schedule. The holiday season is full of plenty of fun and festivities, but all those holiday parties can quickly add up


There’s nothing better than the moment it’s socially acceptable to play Christmas songs! They brighten your day and make everyone feel warm and fuzzy inside. Whether you love them or hate them, get people in the festive spirit with a Christmas playlist ready to go.


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