Christmas is all about kids and if you want another way to make it even more memorable for them, why not throw a Gingerbread Party?
Don’t wait until a birthday or other excuse and simply invite the family and friends over to join the fun!
To get started you need to decide if you take the shortcut and use ready-made (and pre-cut) gingerbread dough, or if you make everything from scratch and get the kids involved.
Set up a station with plenty of toppings so everyone can personalize their house as their heart desires. Refreshments all around – a milk bar with a few sweets will be the right way to kick off the party and get them going.
Don’t forget the usual party essentials – a themed thank-you gift, seat tags, and house decorations that will make your guests feel like they’ve just entered a Gingerbread House themselves.
Are you ready to kick it off?
Below is plenty of inspiration for gingerbread party decorations, food, ideas for kids, games, topping station options, and plenty more. Join us on Pinterest for more party-planning fun and don’t forget to let us know in the comments which one of these you loved the most!
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