Monday, December 3, 2018

Hosting a Christmas Cookie Party Annually

Did you know that December 3rd is the biggest party planning day of the year and when the most people send out party invitations? In true Holiday fashion I am one of those people because we host our Annual Christmas Cookie Party! Need some great invite suggestions?? 
I have the perfect place to snag invites, Punchbowl.com!
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They have several invite designs for all sorts of parties including: gingerbread house decorating, Jingle & Mingle parties and even a kids ugly sweater party! I usually send them out 1-2 weeks before our event. With the new texting feature I can send my Punchbowl.com invites right to my friends and family without the hassle of writing out cards and mailing them.
Once the invites are sent it's time to prepare for the festivities! Since I have hosted a version of this Cookie Party ever year I have this down! I set up our dining room table with my 302 cookie cutters I have collected over the years. Some flour dishes, set out, snacks, water and juice boxes.
I always make cookie dough ahead of time. That way when the kids arrive we could just whip it out, roll it and everything was ready for cut-outs. Nothing is more fun then cutting out cookies with little ones. We started doing this when my little guy was young. He now has so many memories dong this with our family and friends. 
The fun begins when the adults get in on the decorating. 
What is not to love about frosting and sprinkles??
Of course I had to hold the smallest attendee to let his Mom decorate cookies too. I just love throwing fun parties in our home. It really brings in the Holiday spirit! 
These are what each guest brings home with them. 
We usually decorate around four dozen cookies! 
What Christmas Invites if your favorite??
Does anyone else do Christmas Parties??
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11 comments

  1. A Christmas cookie party sounds like so much fun! Nothing is better during the holidays than baking with family and friends.

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  2. We do a family cookie swap every year. It's so much fun to share our cookies at those parties.

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  3. Oh fun! I'd be totally down for a fun cookie-making party. What a great way to get everyone together.

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  4. I've never done a Christmas cookie party before. I've always wanted too though. They sound like so much fun!

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  5. Christmas parties are something I cherish! I used to love the one I woudl have at my Vavo's annually. It was so special!

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  6. My in-laws do this every year. They set aside a day just to make cookies for the extended family!

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  7. This is so fun! I would love to do this with my kids and their friends. I have done something on a smaller scale at the kids' school Xmas parties.

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  8. Toni | Boulder LocavoreDecember 4, 2018 at 1:04 AM

    I really love this idea! Such an awesome bonding for the family!

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  9. What a great idea to have an Annually Cookie Party. This must be a lot of fun and so perfect to start the Christmas period!

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  10. What a full of fun Cookie Party, I would love to have that kind of celebration too. That's really a great way to enjoy holidays.

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  11. Such a fun party! I always wanted to host a cookie decorating party!

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