Rachel Khoo


Posted by Rachel

November 30th, 2016

Celebrate in style with some of my favourite Khoollect party planning picks

The festive season is upon us, and it’s one of my favourite times of the year. Late November is when you can find me sketching out ideas for the family Christmas party, presents and, of course, food.

I’m planning a quiet one this year with close family and one giant Christmas tree, but that doesn’t mean I won’t be going all out with the celebratory decorations. While my mum takes charge of the Turkey, I’ll be taking on the role of sous chef and chief party planner.

I love getting creative for the seasonal celebrations, and where better to turn for inspiration than Khoollect? So grab a cuppa, get your thinking caps on and sink your teeth into some of my favourite Christmas party ideas…


KinoVino founder, Alissa Timoshkina shared her tips with us on how to make a dinner party one to remember, and we’ve put all five together in a nice short piece for you busy party planners.


Here’s a fun little project to get creative with. Who needs boring napkins when you can make your own with that personal touch that everyone will appreciate?


We had a little chat with Holly Becker and Leslie Shewring, creators of Decorate for a Party. Head over to Khoollect and delve into some very helpful party planning advice.


Wondering what to wrap your presents with? Get experimental with some alternative DIY wrapping paper ideas.


And finally, the Khoollect team put together a K-List of party must-haves. What do you think of these? Is there anymore you would add? Let me know below…

In the meantime, I hope you’re enjoying your festive planning. Have a great week.

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