!What do you think when you get an invitation to a cookie exchange? Well, the guests that received these invitations were pretty pleased and I'll tell you why. I decided to host a cookie exchange because I found some really cute invitations. Only, I decided to make it a little easier on the guests.
Just pull out the card...
For all of the information~
No need to bring cookies!!
The invitation actually came with a card to fill out by hand. And you all know how I feel about that, so I took ivory colored Avery business cards and used one of their templates, designed and printed the card. I found the invitation a few years ago and finally decided to have a "cookie exchange"!
A fun element I add to my parties is the "Peek Inside The Party"! While I'm busy working away at home, I send out an e-mail to all the party guests with one clue - a partial photo of what I'm working on along with some crazy note. Here were the nine photos (one photo each day for nine days) I sent to see if they could guess...
Two of the items are found Here:
I purchased a gift pack of tea at Target and then individually wrapped them. I came across this recipe for Peanut Butter Cookie Granola. and added Holiday M & M's for color. It. Is. A. Keeper.
This back drop was super simple - a paper chain hanging in front of a artist canvas! How's that for super AND simple?
I found these Christmas masks HERE and had to use them for the party~
Tied them onto bags filled with peanut butter cookies.
Lot's more party pics to come...It's going to be Fa La La Fabulous!