Office Christmas Party Themes

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Whether you’re renting a hall or taking over the lunchroom, with a little creativity you can whip up a Christmas party that’s a little different this year. Consider some of these fresh and fun Office Christmas Party Themes.

Winter Wonderland: Decorations in white and silver, snowflakes everywhere, clouds of cotton on white-clothed tables, frosted drink ware and twinkling lights to sparkle like falling snow all add up to a beautifully elegant party.

Step it up a notch with a Silver and Gold Party. Gold adds a touch of extravagance to a Christmas party and lends a vintage air. Silver bells on tables set with gold-rimmed dinnerware (look for disposable!), silver and gold ribbons and ornaments nestled among the buffet trays, sparkling silver and gold candle holders – all will give your party an opulent, luxurious air.

A Candy Land theme is a fun option. Think ‘How would one of Santa’s elves celebrate?’ and you’ll soon be decorating with gumdrop centerpieces, gingerbread families and giant lollipops (easy to make with styrofoam circles wrapped in tissue paper and cellophane on a dowel ‘lollipop stick’). Consider a ‘Candy Bar’ for dessert (a buffet of favorite scoop-able candies and goodies set out in decorative jars & bowls) or maybe a chocolate fountain!

Christmas Around the World is a fun food-based theme. Serve foods from different nationalities; include standard choices like American, Italian, Chinese or Mexican cuisine, but be sure to look into getting trays of Indian, Turkish, Thai or French foods – be adventurous! Decorate with maps, world flags, signposts, postcards and fake passports and your guests will feel like they’re miles away from the office.

A couple of ‘afternoon celebration’ themes you might consider are an Ice Cream Social (how many flavors and toppings can you come up with?) or a Hot Cocoa Station. Have fun and go beyond the standard cocoa fare of marshmallows and whipped cream and offer peppermint or cinnamon sticks, toffee pieces, butterscotch chips and caramels. If allowed, consider Peppermint Schnapps, Bailey’s Irish Cream and Frangelico for delicious ‘adult’ cocoa options.

With a little thought (and some quick Internet searches) your next Office Christmas Party could be the best one yet!

{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

Akerman January 21, 2020 at 4:45 pm

Great ideas!

Candace Williams January 22, 2020 at 10:08 am

I especially like the Christmas around the world theme. Experiencing different cultures through food is exciting.

Candace Williams January 22, 2020 at 10:21 am

I think the Christmas around the world theme is the way to go. Exploring different cultures through food is always entertaining.

Celeste February 7, 2020 at 1:42 pm

Such great ideas! Office parties are a great way to cap off the year and celebrate hard work.

Alexandria February 7, 2020 at 1:45 pm

Very nice ideas. I always look forward to my company party.

Marcella February 7, 2020 at 4:00 pm

With so many companies shying away from these things, it is nice to see such fun suggestions. Wish I could do some of these at my office this year! Will have to note them down.

Annie February 11, 2020 at 1:36 pm

We had a really nice breakfast. Cost effective and very fun then we all go to go home early.

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