Fun ideas for Christmas party entertainment are a game of Name That Christmas Carol, a Dirty Santa gift exchange, a round of holiday bingo and a marshmallow snowball fight. All of these activities provide clean, inexpensive fun to help get partygoers in the holiday spirit.Continue Reading
Name That Christmas Carol involves playing a snippet of a Christmas song. Whoever correctly guesses the carol wins the round.
To play Dirty Santa, each person brings or is provided a cheap, wrapped gift. The first person chooses and opens their gift and the second person can either steal the gift or open another gift. This process continues until everyone has a present. A gift may be stolen three times.
Bingo can be adapted for Christmas, by using Christmas images or words instead of numbers. For a marshmallow snowball fight, lots of marshmallows are required. Large campfire marshmallows are preferable.Learn more about Christmas
A prayer for a Christmas party should include an acknowledgment of the Christmas season, a request to God for his blessings on the festivities and an expression of gratitude for all that God has given to those present at the party. A Christmas party prayer may be as formal or as informal as you wish, depending on the formality of the occasion. It is also possible to read prayers, poems or Christmas carol lyrics as part of the prayer.Full Answer >
Good ideas for a Christmas gift exchange include giving only books, homemade gifts and a cobweb party. These ideas help to add individuality and uniqueness to the Christmas giving experience.Full Answer >
One suitable game to play at an office Christmas party is an ice breaker game, such as taping a picture to each guest's back while other guests help him figure out who or what he is. Another game is to print out single lines from popular Christmas songs as guests take turns guessing the song titles for an allotted time period. The guest with the most right answers wins a special gift card.Full Answer >
Fun Christmas door decorating ideas include creating the entrance of a winter wonderland, adding a festive wreath, framing the door with greenery and using a garden-inspired garland. Some themes use less traditional decorating ideas, such as painted picture frames and ice skates.Full Answer >