Holiday Party Inspiration for the DIY Host … from Fonts to Wreaths

It's time to start planning your holiday parties and maybe there's even an upcoming holiday engagement party in the works.

If you're like me, you'll likely want to tackle a few of the party goods yourself - I'm a bit of a crafter and love adding my handmade touch to the holidays. If you're planning to create your own holiday party invitation or printable menu, you will certainly want to check out this amazing winter font bundle. It's just $29 and includes thousands of Christmas and winter resources like fonts, backgrounds, patterns, textures, styles, templates, and much more, plus some extras for Thanksgiving and New Year's. Continue reading for even more holiday party inspiration for the diy host . . .

Other Holiday Party Inspiration for the DIY Host Include . . .

1. Dress up your entryway with a pretty Sweet Bay Laurel & Olive Branch Swag. The best part is that after the party, the dried bay leaves can be used in soups and stews and the dried olive leaves can be used to brew tea. Add a pretty bow to match your party and you're all set.

2. Send the newly engaged couple on their way with homemade cookies in a handcrafted Cookiebox Wood Cookie Carrier. This cookie carrier is built of sturdy pine and has four partitioned segments with a sliding lid to keep your precious cookies safe, intact and from touching each other.

3. Treat your guests to a cheese bar with this Deluxe DIY Cheese Kit. This kit requires no aging - you only need the cheese kit and fresh milk and you'll have your own hand-crafted chevre, mozzarella, ricotta, crumbly goat cheese, paneer or queso blanco, ready in an hour or less.

4. No holiday party is complete without hot chocolate so treat your guests to these Holiday Hot Chocolate Sticks and swirl each into a steaming cup of milk. You might even want to top the drinks with Holiday Flavored Marshmallows.

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