If you are hosting a dance party or a holiday caroling party, make a CD of tunes that reflect the event. You can also make some great labels right on your computer. (Iinclude the name of your event and the date. Ex: 5th Annual Christmas Caroling Celebration, December 23, 2009.)
Give guests a reminder of your wine-tasting party with a cute, personalized wine stopper or some wine charms. We love these purse wine stoppers, $12.64 for a set of four.
If you are hosting a cookie exchange party, you'll be sending guests home with lots of cookies. So why not give them a cute container? Holiday cookie tins come in all shapes and sizes -- and they are cheap, too. Look for some at dollar and discount stores.
Put together a baggie of goodies such as a hot cocoa packet, chocolate-dipped spoon and mini marshmallows, all in a cute holiday- or party-themed mug. (Again, check dollar stores for mugs.)
Make and decorate homemade sugar cookies using cute holiday- or party themed-cookie cutters. Package the cookies for guests in small cellophane bags with a cookie cutter tied onto each.
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