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Christmas Theme Party

Christmas Party Theme

The history of Christmas dates back over 4000 years. Many of our Christmas traditions were celebrated centuries before the Christ child was born . The 12 days of Christmas, the bright fires, the Yule log, the giving of gifts, carnivals (parades) with floats, carolers who sing while going from house to house, the holiday feasts, and the church processions can all be traced back to the early Mesopotamians. 

In the Western world, the birthday of Jesus Christ has been celebrated on December 25th since AD 354, replacing an earlier date of January 6th. Joseph and Mary left Nazareth and traveled to Bethlehem, the birth place of King David. The Roman Emperor, Augustus, wanting to know the size of the population of his empire, had ordered a census to be taken. The Governor issued orders that all Jews should register their names in their ancestral home town. Joseph set out for Bethlehem on foot, leading a donkey on which sat Mary. They traveled peacefully for 4-5 days. When they reached Bethlehem, the town and the local inn were crowded with visitors. They took shelter in a manger and that is where Jesus was born. He was present with gifts of Franken scents and mur from three wise men who followed the north star Christmas is the most widely celebrated festival world over, and also the most popular festival globally. when we see the Santa riding on a reindeer sledge with the stocking full of gifts and candies; or the familiar coniferous green trees being decorated with tinsels and stars, and gingerbread and fruits; or houses being decorated with holly twigs and mistletoes - we know Christmas has come. 

Christmas party supplies like paper plates, napkins, and cups are a nice way to complete a Christmas Party Theme. Using party decorations like Christmas Trees as a centerpiece can also double as party prizes. Party favors like Christmas stockings or glow jewelry fit a Christmas Party Theme.  Use the history of Christmas as trivia questions at your Christmas celebration.

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