5 Christmas Decor Ideas for Your Next Gathering

We’ve rounded up our favorite Christmas decor, tabletop and entertaining ideas for your next gathering below! If you’re looking to make a festive dessert spread for your next mommy and me party or cookie exchange, we’ve got something inspiring and beautiful for you to try at home.

We love the personal anecdotes and thoughtfulness that went into each post. As you’re reading through our bloggers’ ideas, we hope you’ll feel their joyfulness and gratitude as they celebrate this most wonderful time of the year with their nearest and dearest.

Enjoy the season and get inspired!

kimberly whitman

Bottle Brush Tree Dessert and Coffee Spread. Kimberly Schlegel Whitman creates a winter wonderland with her collection of bottle brush trees and fake snow. Darling snowman mugs and a beautiful spiced orange cake complete the look.

 

style your senses

Hot Cocoa Party. This afternoon hot cocoa party idea from Style Your Senses has a few simple rules: pour a cup, top with whipped cream, and load on the toppings!

 

fancy ashley

Gingerbread House Pajama Party. Fancy Ashley went less fancy, more holiday casual for this party. With her pajamas on and gingerbread house kits on the ready, her kids and nearest-and-dearest family friends enjoyed a morning filled everything Christmas dreams are made of: chocolate pieces, marshmallows, frosting, and gingerbread houses!

 

Merricks-Art-cocoa-party

Hot Cocoa and Cookie Swap Party. What’s better than a cookie swap? A cookie swap with a fully-stocked hot cocoa bar, that’s what! Merrick’s Art had monogrammed mugs, flavored drink stirrers, toppings, and other edible trimmings on hand to take her cookie exchange to the next level.

 

honey were home

Cozy Dining Room Buffet Spread. Cookie jars, candy canes, chalk script mugs and coffee accoutrement, and hot cocoa on a (fake) snow-topped buffet create a cozy ambience in this dining room spread by Honey We’re Home.

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