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Here are our favorite ideas to throw the best holiday party ever. 01 of 15. Throw It Back . South_agency/Getty Images. Remember how fun it was to go to a winter wonderland dance as a kid? Relive that magic—minus the awkward phase and curfew—with this themed party. Ask your friends to wear '80s or '90s-style formalwear and create a photo.

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The Best Holiday Family Friendly Games that are insanely fun for everyone: adult party, youth groups, family party, or classroom party! Over 47 creative, fun, low-cost games this holiday season!

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6 / 7. Fish Tacos. For a gorgeous platter of fish tacos that won't drown your bank account, look no further than using skinless white fish fillets, such as cod, halibut, snapper, flounder, or tilapia. Go to Recipe. 7 / 7. Ice Cream Sandwiches for a Crowd.

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Photo Booth Party. One of the holiday party ideas on a budget to try out this season is a photo booth party. This party idea is certain to keep your employees active and happy all through the event. To make this more budget-friendly, you can create the photo booth yourself instead of hiring people to do that.

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Planning A Low-Cost Holiday Event: Top 5 Tips. Whether you're celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, the New Year, Kwanza, or Festivus (Seinfeld fans rejoice!), there is no shortage of unique party ideas for the holidays. If you're trying to brainstorm a low-cost holiday event but still want to keep the festivities fun, it can seem like a challenge.

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Explore low-cost office holiday party venue ideas: 1. On-site office parties. Pros: It's hard to beat the price, or the convenience, and that makes on-site parties a common choice. One 2018 survey found that a little more than one-third of office holiday parties were held on-site. Starting the party a bit before the end of the workday means.

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While those of us in our 20's and 30's usually dodge the bullet on hosting big family gatherings, we love our Friendsgivings and Ugly Sweater Parties. Holiday party hosting can get super expensive if you don't plan ahead and set a budget. Fortunately, there are a ton of low-cost holiday party ideas out there.

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Do a Stocking Stuffer Exchange. If you plan on exchanging presents, set a monetary limit to each gift—say, $15 to $20. Secret Santa is a fun way to buy and receive gifts. Before the holiday party, each guest is assigned another guest for whom they will buy a fun, practical gift. After the gifts are opened, the recipients have to guess who.

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Chinese food and bowling or bowling and pizza: Another from our list of great low-budget office parties (general), this is also a great company holiday party idea. Rent out a few lanes at a local bowling alley and have takeout delivered to the alley! Just make sure to check first that they allow for outside food.

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Even if your office isn't typically "creative," working on simple crafts is a great way for your staff to unwind and have some relaxed, low-stakes fun. There are so many holiday-themed crafts you can create such as: Non-traditional Christmas tree. Ugly sweater competition. Ornament Crafting. Salt Dough Crafting.

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Karaoke party. To get the Christmas party started, you can get a karaoke microphone for just under $25. Play festive songs that would put the employees into the holiday mood. Everyone could unwind and have fun while you could stay under the budget. Make sure to take pictures and videos as memorabilia.

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Burn Some Sugar. Call It Dessert. That $2 box of sugar in your pantry is worth its weight in gold. Few other ingredients can transform quite like it. Caramelized to a deep amber, it becomes a.

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Break the stems off two packages' worth of button mushrooms ($4). Chop a quarter of an onion (25 cents) and sauté with the stems. Place the mix into the mushroom caps and top with seasoned breadcrumbs (50 cents), then bake in a hot oven until the caps are soft. Serve with a squeeze of fresh lemon juice (25 cents).

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Relieve the holiday stress and have casual fun with the entire office by hosting a brunch social. You can create a brunch social theme by serving breakfast or brunch items, such as pancakes, waffles, eggs, and bacon. Coffee, tea, juice, or mimosa are perfect beverages for your brunch and are also cost-effective.

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Throw a casual party but add the best surprise ever: Santa! Have someone dress up as Ol' Saint Nick. He can hand out small stocking stuffers and ask them what else they want for Christmas. Don't forget to have a camera ready for some candid snaps, too! SHOP SANTA SUITS. 2.

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5) Virtual Christmas Games. Virtual Christmas Games are fun and festive games that will get your whole team in the holiday spirit. From "Secret Santa" to "Christmas Carol Trivia," online holiday games will get everyone in a jolly mood while building team morale.