Trivia games are a hit for the masses and require very little effort to put together. If you’ve got the gumption, Google up some fun Christmas, holiday, and/or winter fun facts. You can also head over to Purple Trail for some fun Christmas trivia inspiration and create your very own printable to coordinate with your party theme.
In a pinch for time? Just use one of these awesome done-for-you free printables we found on Pinterest.
We just love Destri from The Mother Huddle for putting together this complete printable Christmas Game. It’s delightful and would be a worthy addition for a holiday gift basket as well. Thanks so much Destri! You are a woman after our own hearts. Get yours HERE!
Here’s another fun one from Moms & Munchkins that you can get HERE.
Since Christmas and gifts go hand in hand, a gift exchange is an obvious choice for some added entertainment. They really simplify the gift buying process while creating a fun time at the party. It’s no question why they are the perfect solution for large families and workplace parties.
There are countless ways of hosting a gift exchange for any group. Whether you are in search for your family and friend holiday bash, or your corporate office party there is a perfect exchange for you.
This version from Natalie over at Let’s Get Together allows guests to steal each gift a maximum of three times. Now that brings in a whole new level of fun and competitive excitement since you can now trick someone into thinking your gift is the cat’s meow, when you just want it off of your hands. Sneaky, sneaky! Head over and check out the how to HERE.
One of the best things to do to make your Christmas party an event to remember is to include Minute to Win It games! These are soooo easy and even more fun for everyone!
Check out Happy Home Fairy for a list of fun games to please any crowd no matter what the ages.
The Dating Divas have put together a really fun game with printables HERE. We love a good printable!
Try out any of these at your party and it is sure to be a hit. Start a new tradition, or switch up the games each year to keep it interesting. Do whatever works the best for your event and just enjoy the holidays and time with your loved ones. That’s what it is all about! Happy holiday party planning!