Letters to Santa Party!

Letters to Santa Breakfast Party Table We are in full-fledged holiday party mode here and today is no exception. Now, I don’t have kids (just a furbaby) but I must say that the baby fever is hitting hard, especially when this darling party hit my inbox. My husband now knows when I get submissions that are amazing because he hears “oh…my…GOSH” and “aww so cute!”. This is definitely one of them. Confetti Sunshine is a fabulous blog for all things party so hop on over to see it. Now, for this Letter’s To Santa Party!

Adorable Letters to Santa Party by Confetti Sunshine featured on Pizzazzerie.com

Let the kids celebrate sending off their letters to Santa with a party! Sara said, “I put together this letters to Santa breakfast for my daughter and her friends. I thought that this would be a great way to kick off the Christmas season. Since writing letters were involved, I decided to decorate with brown packages tied up with sting. It was easy to put together, I just used mailing boxes, twine, labels and envelopes.”

Letters to Santa Holiday Brunch

“Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day, so it was an easy choice to invite everyone over in the morning. We served muffins, oranges, french toast dippers, mini quiches, bacon roll-ups, cinnamon rolls, and a choice of orange juice or hot chocolate.”

letters to santa party!

Sara gave details + inspiration for the Children’s Table seen above! “Since writing letters was the highlight of our Letters to Santa party, I decided to put together a fun child’s table for the kids to write their letters on. I lined the table with a silver metallic table cloth and sprinkled confetti snowflakes on it. At each place-setting, I printed a postcard from Santa Claus addressed to each child. The postcards were then tied up with twine and topped with a small candy cane. I then made Christmas trees, and added a miniature mailbox as the centerpiece of the table.

To make the centerpiece Christmas trees: As big as you can, cut a circle out of a poster board. Cut the circle into fourths. Take each forth and wrap it into a cone shape. Tape the cone in place. Then use glue or tape to wrap different textures around the tree, starting at the bottom. You can use craft fringe, crepe paper streamers, and fringed tissue paper all in a variety of colors to make a perfect winter wonderland on your table!”

Both the breakfast + children’s table are a cute idea for celebrating the holidays + sending off those letters to the North Pole! Visit Confetti Sunshine for the printables! 

CREDITS + RESOURCES
Decorations: French toast cups, mini stripe paper straws, & checkered food tray liners from Confetti Sunshine
free Christmas box label printables from Confetti Sunshine
green Christmas trees and mugs from The Dollar Store
Craft fringe from Confetti Sunshine
Free postcard place setting printable from Confetti Sunshine
Snow confetti, mini candy cane from The Dollar Store
Small mail box saved from valentines from Target

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  1. 1

    How lovely to see a party from Sara here, I love her!

  2. 2

    Very sweet. I love the idea of making it a breakfast!

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