It’s no surprise that the Camille Styles team loves any excuse to get together, and this time of year, parties come in all shapes and sizes. From full on dinner parties, to cookie decorating, to cozy nights in, we’ve done it all, and today we’re rounding up all of our favorite festive creations to date. Scroll down to find inspiration for your holiday shindig, and remember: no matter how you’re celebrating this year, it’s really all about getting together and spending time with your loved ones.
Invite family over for a Christmas morning brunch, complete with a blazing fire, presents under the tree, and stacks of pancakes.
A Cookie Decorating Party
Bust out the cookie cutters, frosting, and sprinkles and get to work. Pajamas mandatory.
Dinner at a French Chateau
Drool over the jaw-dropping gorgeousness that is Timothy Corrigan’s Chateau de Grand-Lucé.
A Holiday Open House
Cozy up by the fire with a holiday open house, full of tartan plaid, and a menu that’ll keep you coming back for seconds.
A Fancy Holiday Dinner Party
Put a southern spin on your holiday by serving a menu that includes biscuits and fried chicken.
A Simple Holiday Crafternoon
Gather friends for good food and conversation, with a side of gift wrapping.
A Sign and Stamp Social
Check off all of the names on your Christmas card list while sipping on delicious cocktails.
Get dolled up to celebrate with those who have made this year the best one yet.
An Epic Holiday Office Party
Channel your inner creative genius and throw an office party everyone will be talking about.
A Glamorous Holiday Cookie Party
Get ready for the most glamorous, rock & roll cocktail party you’ve ever laid eyes on.
A Remote Holiday Dinner
If our featured host can plan this great of a dinner from another continent, you’ve got it in the bag.
The Ultimate Cozy Night In
For those days surrounding the holidays, when you have overnight guests in town and absolutely nothing on the agenda.
A playful reminder to celebrate everyday moments.
A Gift Wrapping Party
Celebrate tradition with a few close friends and family, and of course, lots of wine.
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