Here are our must-haves for any Christmas party:
Impress your friends and family with a generous helping of Christmas biscuits. Go mad with the cookie cutters and get creative with the icing. You can play it safe with some traditional vanilla flavoured dough, or why not try orange and cinnamon or add some ginger? You’ll always have plenty of people willing to do a taste test, so it won’t be long before you’ve become a Christmas biscuit baking expert.
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Winter Wonderland decor
Always start with your Christmas tree: either chic and minimal or bold and brash – no Christmas party is truly Christmassy without a tree! Extra decorations should always include fairy lights, but a quick and easy addition is holly, pine cones, mistletoe and wreaths. A splash of red from ribbons or baubles will be the perfect finishing touches.
Yep it’s official Im never taking my Christmas lights down. ?? Now to decide if i should go ahead and get the divorce papers ready. ??? My husband would kill me but a girl can dream right. Night IG. ?
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You’re spoilt for choice with Christmas floorfillers and there’s always something your guests will love (or love to hate!). There’s hundred of online playlists to download so if you can’t think past ‘Rocking Around the Christmas Tree’ or ‘Walking in a Winter Wonderland’, someone else will have done the hard work for you.
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Christmas food and drink
Anything bite-size is a must: think miniature turkey and cranberry pies, Christmas tree garlic bread filled with mozzarella, and a selection of nuts and cheese. While champagne seems like the obvious choice for a Christmas celebration, don’t forget about the prosecco, eggnog and mulled wine!
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