Host a pan­cake & pajama party!

Gather your near­est and dear­est for a fes­tive, cozy break­fast that’s easy on you!

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Set the mood for re­laxed fun with a comfy dress code In­vite ev­ery­one to wear their fa­vorite PJ pants to the party, sug­gests en­ter­tain­ing pro Chandice Probst (This­vi­va­cious­life.com). Then gift them with hol­i­day-themed socks (like Christ­mas Fuzzy Socks, $ 20 for six, Ori­en­tal­trad­ing.com) and get ev­ery­one to­gether around the tree for a group photo! Make pine-cone place cards Greet guests and add sea­sonal flair by jot­ting a name on a pat­terned card and tuck­ing it into a pine cone. For party-per­fect hol­i­day aroma, opt for cin­na­mon-scented pine cones ($ 3 for five, Michaels.com). Wrap up fes­tive dé­cor Dec­o­rat­ing for this bash is easy, prom­ises party plan­ner Amy Stevens of A Lively Af­fair Event De­sign in Nor­folk, Vir­ginia. To get this look: Cover a mir­ror or piece of art with gift wrap, then use a sten­cil (like Sten­cil1 Antlered Deer Sil­hou­ette, $ 6, Tar­get stores) to draw a rein­deer on black pa­per; glue to the center of the wrap­ping pa­per. Add cheer with pretty plates To take clear plas­tic plates from sim­ple to so-cute, print a greet­ing on pa­per and cut to fit the bot­tom of the plate. Use a clear glue stick to at­tach to the un­der­side of plate; place on a larger plaid pa­per plate (such as Hol­i­day Plaid Lunch Plates, $ 9 for 60, Par­tyc­ity.com). Tuck a black pa­per nap­kin be­tween plates.

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