Cookies for Santa Party
Featuring Paper Eskimo
In Collaboration with Mint Event Design
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If you have time, we recommend visiting stores such as Michael’s, Target, Cost Plus World Market, and HomeGoods to get good deals on seasonal holiday decor and serving ware such as cake stands.
Prepare perfect party decor + party food.
DIY Favor Bags
- Favor bags
- Clear candy wands (filled with your candy of choice)
- Thin red ribbon
- Thank You tags
- Hot glue gun
- Fill the favor bags with your choice of candy and / or toys.
- Use a hot glue gun to adhere the top and bottom of the candy wands to the favor bags.
- Cut and tie small bows out of red ribbon, and hot glue to the Thank You tags. Glue the tag to the favor bags.
Pull it all together in just a few easy steps.
4 Weeks Prior
Send out invitations
Order the candy wands, pinatas and gingerbread toppers — these are all hand made and require time to make and ship
Purchase other party decor and party printables
2 Weeks Prior
Order your desserts (cake and cupcakes)
1 Week Prior
Purchase vanilla Icing, assorted candy and sprinkles, and icing bags to decorate the cookies, as well as any other beverages and snacks
Cut and assemble the party printables to use as party decor and Thank You tags for favor bags
Assemble the favor bags (see Prep Section for details)
1 Day Prior
Bake sugar cookies
Pick up cake and other desserts
Set up party decor
Organize cookie decorating supplies
1 Hour Prior
Set out food & beverages right before guests arrive
8 – 10 People
Decor: $300 – $400
Food: $100 – $200
Beverage: $25 – $50
TOTAL: $425 – $650
Mint Event Design shares its top tips for pulling off this event.
I love incorporating as many cute desserts into the dessert table as possible — I try to offer more variety than quantity.
I personally love the mix of vintage finds with modern accents, but you can use your own style.
Set up as much of the party decor and prep as much of the food the day before the party so that you have plenty of time and don’t feel stressed the day of the event.