The Ultimate Guide to Throw a Winter Party

Planning a party can, of course, be done any time of the year. However, when it comes to planning an outdoor party, summer immediately comes to mind. But did you know that you can also hold a winter party outdoors? For example, create a winter wonderland in your yard. Here are some other examples of how you can make your winter party a success. 

Outdoor Winter Wonderland 

Planning an outdoor party in winter in a small, cold country? Why not? Winters are often dry, and fireplaces and heat lamps can raise the outside temperature considerably. What could be cozier than a party by the fireplace with warm drinks and winter nibbles? Plus, there’s plenty of room outside to invite Santa and his elves. He greets everyone with an inspiring “Ho, ho”. Success guaranteed! 

Children’s Winter Party: Booking a Children’s Christmas Show 

Children love the cozy season of December. Nothing is more fun than the fairy tale of Father Christmas and his helpers. A great idea to bring this tale to life is to book a children’s Christmas show. Christmas games, quizzes, dance contests, and more will definitely complete the show. Besides, the Christmas show is perfect for winter parties because it can be enjoyed by young and old alike. 

Winter Fair 

Most fairs are usually held in the spring or summer, but did you know there is also a winter fair? Make every winter festival a success for young and old by having a winter mini-fair. For example, rent an atmospheric children’s merry-go-round and set aside space for a large winter tubing track. Children can play to their heart’s content, while parents can enjoy winter snacks and beverages from the food trucks. For example, how about bean soup or sausage sandwiches? The perfect snack on a cold day! 

A Celebration of Your Country’s Winter Sports 

Do you like to go après-ski? Then plan a winter sports party. Here you can rent mobile roller skates or a cozy stall for winter sports snacks. A mobile ice climbing wall and a DJ playing après-ski hits will keep the party going. 

Invitations 

It all starts with the invitation to guests. Tell them that the party will be outdoors, that it will be cold, and ask them to bring a warm jacket. That way everyone will be prepared, and no one will come in summer clothes. 

Hearth (With Marshmallows and Sausages!) 

A few hearths, benches, and chairs around will guarantee the atmosphere. An original idea for a snack, offering grilled skewers topped with marshmallows and sausages. Guests can hold them over the fire and prepare their own snacks. 

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Gas Radiators 

Very easy to rent and use: gas radiators. Depending on the number of guests, find out how many gas radiators you need to heat everyone.  

Tents 

If you have a bit more of a budget and want to protect yourself from the unpredictable wilderness, tents are a great option. They automatically warm up when you get a group of people together and provide protection from the wind. However, you should have gas heaters! 

String Lights, Lanterns, and Candles 

Garden lights and candles are also essential for a real garden party. They are cozy and provide ample light. Hang lanterns from trees, string lights around them, and place garden candles. For example, store empty glass jars filled with jam or sauce and place candles in them. 

Provide Fleece Blankets 

A few fleece blankets are cozy and inexpensive. That way, people who are cold can hide away and enjoy the party longer. You can also purchase them in different colors to add color to the party. 

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