A gingerbread party is a playful theme for most holiday and winter parties, including high school winter formals, greek events, sweet sixteen parties, quinceanera celebrations, and family reunions. And of course, it is the absolute perfect theme for an annual cookie swap party!
Before you even begin to plan your gingerbread theme party, get in the mood with this adorable Pixar video
Gingerbread Theme Party Invitations
Choosing your invitation is the equivalent of the title of a paper … it sets the tone for the entire party!
Another option is to attach a strip of paper with the details of your party to these lollipops. Be sure to use the Gingerbread Man Art Border available on most Word programs.
Holiday Cards + Gingerbread Theme
Return Address Stamp and Embosser
Don’t Forget the Stamp!
Gingerbread Party Decor
Stumps Prom and Party has a great Gingerbread Castle and Gingerbread Arch which you might consider using if you have a need for large and impactful decor.
Add Gingerbread Theme Balloons!
Themed Gingerbread Home & Table Decor
Gingerbread Party Favors
Edible Gingerbread Creations
Make your Own Gingerbread Kits and Supplies
How to build a Gingerbread House
Christmas Gingerbread Theme Goodies
Gingerbread Theme Entertainment and Fun and Games
Hire actors or talk a few friends into dressing as Hansel and Gretel or a gingerbread man and milling about with your guests.
Bring back memories of childhood … set up a few Candy Land games around your room and don’t be too surprised at just how many smiles you will elicit and how many of your guests actually end up playing the game.
The Gingerbread Boy
Make the Day Last a Lifetime
Don’t let this memorable day fade away with the setting sun. The next day, when all is still fresh, log onto Shutterfly to create photo books, memory calendars, and even photo thank you notes or create a 5×7 photo card announcing the day, time, and location of your next celebration.
Finally – we have to share this adorable 10 Days of Yoga graphic posted by our partners over at Gaiam.
PIP’s Holiday Tip – The holiday season can be stressful. Remember to exercise, eat healthy (avoid sugars as much as possible), drink plenty of water, and take a deep breath whenever you feel yourself starting to stress or spin out of control. Yoga really does help!