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10 Walmart Items That Will up Your Holiday Party Game
Hosting a Christmas party is the best way to spread cheer. Use our budget-friendly ideas for an unforgettable get-together!
Use Mini Favor Boxes
These Santa suit-inspired favor boxes ($13) are only 3″ tall, which makes them perfect for packing with homemade Christmas candy. Set up a “candy bar” for guests to choose their own sweets or pre-pack them with everyone’s favorites.
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Build a Cheese Board
Your cheese has never looked so cute! This slate cheese board ($17) has comes with a piece of chalk for you to label each cheese or share a holiday message. It adds the perfect amount of holiday spirit to hors d’oeuvres.
Keep Snacks Handy
This set of four bowls ($37) is perfect for holding chips and small snacks for guests. Set a variety of snacks around the room so guests can munch all night long. The bowls are hand decorated but can be thrown in the dishwasher for easy clean-up.
Set the Table
Get in the Christmas mood with a beautifully embroidered tablecloth (from $26). It features a holly design with red trim, which will add elegance to any party. It’s available in several sizes, and will fit perfectly no matter how many guests you need to seat.
Deck the Halls
For a more casual get-together, bring Christmas to the table quickly with a decorating kit ($14). Each kit has three Santa Claus centerpieces plus dozens of red and green confetti circles to sprinkle among your guests.
Pour a Glass of Wine
When your guests arrive, spread Christmas cheer with a Christmas cookie and wine pairing. Don’t forget to pour the vino in a festive glass ($32 for four). Each glass is etched with “Merry Christmas” and features small ornaments perfect for celebrating the holiday.
Create a Christmas Photo Booth
Set up a photo booth using Christmas props ($6). The set comes with all sorts of cheerful paper accents, like Santa’s hat and beard, reindeer antlers and even a spring of holly. You could even send guests home with a prop as a party favor!
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