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How To Have An Interactive Christmas Party

There are several ways for your guests to feel right at home at your party. Have you guest join in, in the fun to make your Christmas party the best yet. We are sharing 6 ways on how your company can get involved in the Christmas Party.

For us, we love quality family time. And when the family feels like they are a part of the get-together that's makes it more fun. Fun is the key to all of these ideas. We are also able to create an unique experience for the guests, for them to talk about for hopefully years to come.

Last year we did a hot cocoa station on Christmas day. We had hot chocolate made in a croc pot. Snowmen mugs were set up beside the hot chocolate. We also dipped marshmallows into red and green candy melts and covered them with sprinkles. The marshmallows were on festive candy cane- like sticks that could stir the hot cocoa. We loved being able to have that set up so our family could mingle and then go make a cup of cocoa whenever they felt like it.

Several of these ideas can be for Christmas parties or for when you're hosting for the big day! Enjoy!

1. Hot Cocoa Station

Here is photos of our hot chocolate station! We highly recommend it. Find a hot chocolate croc pot recipe fit for a crowd here.

2. Tic-Tac-Toe Christmas Cookies

Photo via: Country Living

This is too cute for words. You make a sugar cookie tic-tac-toe board. Then make Hs and Os instead of Xs and Os to play the game. This is especially great for kids. Who am I kidding? I want to play this Santa version of tic-tac-toe.

3. Cookie Icing Station

Photo via: Sally's Baking Addiction

One thing Darby makes every year for the holidays are her sugar cookies. It's fun to get people involved in the icing process so they can make their own signature cookie. They get to choose the icing and the sprinkles on top.

Here's what you need to do:

  • Make the sugar cookies and icing. Recipe: Here

  • Separate the icing into multiple bowls. Add a few drops of food coloring into each bowl. Mix. (This gives the guests options for their cookie's icing.

  • Place Icing in Mini Piping Bags. Buy here.

  • Buy various festive sprinkles.

  • Put wax paper down on the table.

  • Assemble icing bowls, sprinkles, and cookies.

  • Then you're ready to begin the sugar cookie party!

4. Cooking Class Set-Up