How to Guide for a Classy Holiday Party

A Photobooth is a necessity at any party, but especially a holiday party. All you need to create the perfect holiday backdrop is a door or wall, garland, props, vinyl snowflakes, window wax, and a wreath. Below I have listed all the materials I used to make my festive backdrop.

Christmas Party Photo Booth Props $20
Window Wax Glass & Metal Cleaner
Window Wax $14
Used to create a frosted look on window panes 
SUNBOOM Christmas Decorations Snowflake Window Clings Snowflakes Stickers Windows Decals for Kids [150+ Pcs] White Snowflake Ornaments Winter Snow Holiday Decal (5 Sheet)
Snowflake Decals $10 (used 2 packs)

I linked the wreath I used, but the matching garland is sold out. Below I had linked matching wreath and garland ideas. For reference I used three pieces of garland to outline the edge of the doors.

Hot Chocolate Bar 

A hot chocolate bar is essential for every holiday party. I filled a pot to the top with hot chocolate, stacked mugs to the side, and numerous toppings: heath, mini chocolate chips, cookie straws, marshmallows, and whipped cream. I used a crystal wine bottle coaster to rest the ladle and I used a wide footed crystal bowl as an ice bucket for the whipped cream.

Lismore 8in Bowl
Lismore 8in Bowl $235 

Dublin Coasters, Set of 12
Godinger Dublin Coaster $36 (similar, smaller drink coasters)
Weck Glass Canning Jars $4-5

Cookie Tray

Outer Ring: S’more Bars Inner Ring: Chocolate Crinkle Cookies Center: Mini M&M Cookies

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