10 Easy Tips for a Fabulous Christmas Party on a Budget

Throwing a Christmas party is a great way to celebrate the holiday with friends, family and loved ones, and doing it in your own home can be a lot of fun. However, throwing a Christmas party can also make your bank balance a whole lot smaller.

Christmas Party on Budget You don’t have to spend a fortune to throw a memorable Christmas party. Use these tips to plan a fun party without going over budget:
  1. Write down your budget on a piece of paper. If you’re going to stick to a dollar amount, it can’t be arbitrary. Whether you’re spending $100 or $1,000, you need to decide how much you’re willing to spend before planning and shopping.

  2. Use what you already have. There’s no reason to buy holiday paper plates if you already have a lot in your cupboard.

  3. Buy in bulk. Bulk items like napkins and potato chips can be purchased in large quantities for a discount. That will save you money if you’re having a large party.

  4. Try shopping at the dollar store. You can save a lot when you’re only paying $1 per decoration or package of napkins.

  5. Shop based on sales. If the store is having a sale on chicken wings, make them part of your party menu.

  6. Get a cheap tablecloth. You’ll save more in the long run if you can throw it away after your Christmas party.

  7. Cook as much as you can. Cooking at home is cheaper than buying already prepared food.

  8. Make it a potluck. That way your guests can share in the food costs.

  9. Have a BYOB. Guests can bring their favorite alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverage and share.

  10. Don’t build a crazy centerpiece. Keep it simple to save.


Kimmy Burgess

Kimmy Burgess is the Manager of Cash in a Snap, which helps clients get connected to its large network of reputed lenders to get a no fax payday cash advance when they need it. Kimmy has over 20+ years' experience in Administrative Management, with many years in the lending industry. Her expertise includes customer service, client services and other functions in the payday lending business. She has also spent time in the mortgage industry prior to her move into the payday lending field. Kimmy has a number of pets including cats, birds, and a Chinese water dragon.

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