When contemplating a Christmas party theme, one should not be afraid of getting too extravagant. After all, the atmosphere of a party is of great importance. So here you will find some nifty little tricks that you can use to add to the sensory aspects of your Christmas holiday.
Often times you will see people apply fake snow to the window panes of their entrances and mirrors. This is pretty easy to do and not expensive but, when it comes time for clean-up, get ready for a job. Scrubbing and elbow grease will be your nick-name for a while. I have found it easier to use white water based tempra paint to whiten the windows. It comes off very easily and you are not restricted to the look of snow either. You can draw snowmen, angels, trumpets, or whatever your heart desires.
Depending on what cultural aspect you are trying to create, display your foods to that nature. If it is high-classy elegance you are trying to market, use glass and crystal-ware for food containers. If you are looking for a country feel, wicker coverings are warm and homier. Tablecloths, lighting, wall and window hangings all add to the nostalgia of the event. Consider all of these things when trying to create an atmosphere of Christmas.
There are two extremely important parts that go with Christmas that seem almost too silly to mention: the tree and the music. In order to truly set the atmosphere to the Christmas theme, you need a tree and the more festive the better. Additionally, the use of music to entertain your company is very important. The amazing effect this can give to the atmosphere is beautiful. The soft lulls of popular cheery tunes related to Christmas will bee enough to put mood to the season.