Throw a Festive Letters to Santa Party

by Liesel Fagg December 01, 2022 4 min read

Throw a Festive Letters to Santa Party

It’s time, once again, to hang all the mistletoe, deck the halls and write letters to Santa (and cross your fingers that you made it on the nice list this year)! Our letters to Santa writing party was a festive and fun way for us to celebrate the beginning of the holiday season. So, throw on your Santa hats, grab some hot chocolate and get on Santa’s nice list byThrowing a Festive Letters to Santa Party.

Letters to Santa Christmas Party

Grab Santa’s attention with a big, beautiful balloon garland that’s just as nice as the Northern Lights. We used various shades of green, red, and white to create this holly jolly balloon display. Atop the balloons is a Jolly Santa Balloon paired with a Red and Green Candy Swirl balloon, these balloons are so festive and will add so much joy and cheer to your party. A Felt "North Pole" pendant flag has also been added to the balloons to remind everyone who we’re celebrating!

 Letters to Santa Party Treat Table

Strung below the balloon garland is our Advent Banner. This banner is probably my favorite item this Christmas. It features 12 pre-written Christmas activity postcards, 6 blank postcards for you to substitute your own prompts, red ribbon to string up the garland, and stickers to seal the envelopes. This is the perfect activity to do with your kiddos, who knows, maybe you’ll start some new Christmas traditions!

 Custom Christmas Cookies

Is there anything better than Christmas-themed snacks? No. No there’s not. We had to have plenty of festive food at our letter-writing party. We topped the table with a Green Gingham Table Runner to protect from dropped frosting and sticky fingers. In the center we have a beautiful chocolate cake that we bought from a bakery, then added some crushed candy cane to make it Christmas-y; this is a great hack to make any pre-made dessert fit your theme, add your own toppings! We commissioned some precious custom cookies by our go-to gal at Objection Confections, and shocker, they turned out  amazing

 Merry and Bright Cupcakes

Up on the housetop, well, a cake stand, are some sweet store-bought cupcakes sitting in the Merry and Bright baking cups. This time of year we are justobsessed with baking cups and their awesome variety! We love the idea to use jumbo baking cups for teacher gifts, dropping in some fancy candy or cookies, wrap some cellophane around them and top it off with a bow and gift tag! Here we just used some pre-made cupcakes, which did the trick for this table setting! Let’s not forget the cute Santa Face napkins resting beneath the cupcakes.

 Jumbo Christmas Baking Cup

On the other side of the table, we have some Jumbo Baking Cups filled with homemade chocolate-covered popcorn! We just mixed up some pre-made popcorn (are you noticing a theme?) with some white chocolate and sprinkled some Christmas sprinkles on top and filled up the baking cups! They’re the perfect size for a nice helping of Christmas snacks.

 Letters to Santa Mailbox

Oh no, how will Santa get your letters? Don’t worry we’ve got you. This Red Metal Mailbox is just what you need to mail Santa your letters and be sure you get everything you want this year! This mailbox is complete with “North Pole Express Mail” qualifications because it’s written on the outside. Your kids will love “mailing” their letters to Santa in this festive metal mailbox!

Free letters to Santa printable

Keep the Christmas theme going by using our free "Letters to Santa" printable! Simply print out the template and have your children fill out the prompts to ensure Santa knows all the details! 

Letters to Santa Party Table

I remember for years hunting for a table runner big enough for a large dining room table, now these table runners that we sell are long enough that they can be split between two (small) tables! We have the other half of the Green Gingham table runner on the main table lining the middle of the dining table and bringing Christmas cheer.

Letters to Santa Mailbox

In the center of the table rests a red metal mailbox, we found this one at a craft store! Next to the Mailbox are some adorable Post Card Themed plates that match the theme of the party! Each place setting has alternating plates, between the Red and White Scalloped plates and Cream and Red Scalloped plates. We love alternating plates, this way you don’t have to choose a favorite! Beside each place setting is a Green Fringe Guest Towel adorned with Santa’s jolly face in the form of a napkin

 Christmas Tree Dessert Plate

Resting on the red plates looking oh so festive, is a Christmas Tree Plate. Capture the magic of Christmas trees by placing these adorable plates on your table! Next to the homage to tree farms is a set of Green and Gold Cutlery, these look so high-end but for a fraction of the price; and they’re reusable! 

 Santa Gift Box

Everyone loves receiving boxes of Christmas cookies, these Santa Window Treat Boxes are perfect to use as teacher gifts, wish “good tidings” to your neighbors, or just to sit on your table and look pretty! 

 Joyful Christmas Lights Coffee Cup

Serving hot cocoa is always better in a warm coffee cup, and these “Joy” Christmas Light cups are no exception. Spread joy this season by placing these cups at each place setting like we did here! These mini cups are the perfect size for kids and come complete with lids to avoid spills and messes.

 Letters to Santa Kids Christmas Party

Whether your kids are itty-bitty or old enough to spell all by themselves, keep this blog post in mind when you’re planning your letter-writing party this year! These holly jolly tips and tricks will help youThrow a Festive Letters to Santa Party. 

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