This plan and wrap holiday party is a fun take on a girls get together during the most wonderful time of year.All your friends will love that you are hosting this plan and wrap holiday party.
This plan and wrap holiday party is the perfect opportunity to get organized and ready before the craziness of the holiday season starts. So gather your favorite girlfriends, get some gifts and let’s get to planning and wrapping.
I decided that a plan and wrap holiday party was something I wanted to do for my own friends after I was inspired by one of my favorite gals, Jenny Keller of Jenny Cookies. She hosted the most darling wrapping party and I just loved it!
I wanted to take ours in just a bit of a different direction by incorporating my favorite every day tool, the Passion Planner. I literally use mine every day. In my mind, there isn’t a better gift to give my friends and family then one of their very own.
For this party, I went with a more modern look for this party keeping it white with little pops of blush pink. I found this gorgeous vintage ribbon to wrap around each book at an estate sale and just couldn’t resist. They all looked so beautiful under the Christmas tree!
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When the gals first arrived I handed them out and told a little bit more about why I love this planner so much. I told them about the passion roadmap in the front and how it helped me achieve so many big goals and dreams this year and last. Handed out to each girl were my favorite pens to start their own passion planner journey by using.
I kept the refreshments simple at our plan and wrap holiday party. We made snickerdoodles, peppermint hot cocoa cupcakes, yogurt covered pretzels and rose macaroons. Everything was gluten-free of course.
For the extra pop on our gold bar cart, I served the macaroons on top of a Confection Deception naked cake. On the bottom of the cart I also had fresh nuts including pistachios, pecans and peanuts for that salty touch.
While planning for the upcoming holiday season in our beautiful Passion Planners was the main focus of this get together, I also had stuff available for friends to wrap gifts. I had a variety of white boxes, different wrapping papers, ribbons, scissors and tape. I think everyone loved being able to get ahead of the wrapping game.
This plan and wrap the holiday party is definitely one that will leave your guests feeling refreshed rather than burnt out during the holiday season. Just make sure you hold it early on so they have time to truly plan for the busy month of December.
If you like this post you are going to love our other holiday parties including:
Flannel and flapjacks holiday party
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*Thank you to Passion Planner for sponsoring this post. I was provided with monetary and product compensation. All opinions are my own.
Snowflakes and glitter 🙂
Tina W says
I love soup and bread parties: some bring soup, some bring bread. simple but filling and easy to serve!
My favorite holiday party them is the ugly Christmas sweater that is so much fun.
Michelle P says
I’ve been to a couple of gluten free cookie exchanges years ago, haven’t been to one lately.
Heather A.E. says
Ugly sweater parties are the best! Our family is doing a white elephant party this year, and I’m tempted to wear an ugly sweater. 🙂
Maryann D. says
Our favorite holiday party theme would be a dessert theme. Everyone brings a fancy dessert to try.
Kim Ledford-Burley says
dirty santa tradition …game stealer!!!
It’s not practical, I like Winter White.
Games and treats
Susan B says
Holiday cookie exchange and wearing holiday themed pajamas.
My favorite holiday theme is lots of sparkle and glitter.
White elephant gift exchanges are always lots of fun.
Dana Coughlin says
I love a homemade Christmas theme
I like cookie exchange parties.
Erin Lane says
I admit that I like yankee swaps
I love tea parties best for the holidays.
Paula Decaria says
White elephant parties
Missy M. says
I love a good white elephant/dirty Santa gift exchange party!
Homemade potluck family Christmas dinners is a nice way to try some new recipes at a party.
Dressing up in crazy Christmas sweaters is always a hysterical party theme.