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7 Ways to Completely Buckle Up Your Christmas Parties Of 2020

With the advent of the infamous Coronavirus the majority of this year has been downright odd and at many times extremely depressing. With winter approaching fast and the COVID cases rising significantly through the charts, unfortunately, everyone has to stay home for the most beautiful time of the year. However, fret not! Although going out for Christmas shopping or a cup of hot chocolate or playing office Secret Santa is not an option right now, that doesn’t mean that you can’t throw a glorious Christmas Vacation Party that has all your friends raving. 

Christmas vacation party

Rescue agent: Zoom! With social distancing being mandatory, your only hope now is to throw the most amazing virtual bash. The internet has been overflowing with ideas about this and we are here to help you out as well. With a dash of holiday spirit, your friendly virtual neighbor Zoom, and our guidance, this Christmas vacation, you will be ready in no time to host a rocking virtual party!

Christmas Virtual Party Ideas:-

  • Decorate your house together:

    Christmas One of my favorite things to do during Christmas is to “deck my halls”. Boughs of holly, strings of popcorn, candy canes, red and green stockings, colored lights, and anything that shouts Christmas and holiday will have to be a part of my home during this glorious time of the year. However, it is something very satisfying to decorate with friends and family while grooving to the beats of holiday tunes. This year it might be slightly different but it will in no way dampen your spirit. Prop your laptop and have a virtual decorating plan. Deck your halls and spruce up that Christmas tree while enjoying with your friends and family at the same time. Best of both worlds!

  • Bake Together:

    Christmas is nothing without some holiday baking. From fruit cakes, cookies, and gingerbread men, Santa would need something to nibble on after he climbs down your chimney. This holiday we have an idea, which will give you the feeling of baking together with your loved ones even in this social distancing age. Bake together with Zoom and all is well. 

  • Christmas Words Drinking Game:

    Vacation partyDrinking games are always the best way to lighten the mood and bring up the party mood. Choose some typical holiday words like ‘Santa’ or ‘Christmas’ that are banned during the duration of the party. Every time someone utters it, they need to take a shot. See how many people get drunk and how quickly. 

  • Movie Time:

    Watching happy films together is the best feeling in the world. Luckily for you, you can still do that while social distancing with the help of Telepathy. Log onto it with your friends and binge-watch all your favorite Christmas classics!

  • Virtual Secret Santa:

    HolidayNothing can stop us from playing Secret Santa, not even a worldwide pandemic. This year, Secret Santa receives a virtual makeover! With amazing gift exchanging platforms like Elfster, no one in your group will be without a gift. Exchange gifts and unwrap them together at your Zoom Party!

  • Play I-Spy Virtually:

    Nothing can beat a classic game like I-Spy. Play it virtually at your Christmas Zoom Party and have one person decide what to spy on at another’s screen, the twist being no one will know whose screen it will be. With confusion, mayhem, and laughter, your Party is bound to be lit!

  • BYOB Zoom Party:

    No party is complete without drinks and cocktails be it in real life or virtually. Make your Vacation Party a BYOB one and drink your holiday evening with the right people. 

These are only a few of a lot of amazing party ideas which you can use to make your party interesting. Meet your friends and family virtually this holiday and stay safe while having great fun too!

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Daniyel Carlson
Daniyel Carlson is a Young Researcher in the field of Data Science & Analytics having research experience of more than 8 years. He has a Masters in Computer Engineering and currently serves as an Editorial Assistant in IGI Global, United States of America. Daniyel also holds honorary positions in the Associate Member of Institute of Research Engineers and Doctors, International Association of Computer Science and Information Technology, International Association of Engineers, Society of Digital Information and Wireless Communications.

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