3 Fun Housewarming Party Ideas

Housewarming parties have never been this fun!

A move into a new home is exciting on so many levels, but there’s nothing quite like the moment of having all of your loved ones together in your new abode for the first time. It’s the moment everything feels truly finalized as you begin a new chapter of your life and feel all the love and support around you. These fun housewarming party ideas aren’t just fun ways to bring your friends together, but will allow you and your family to make wonderful memories shortly after moving in.

Campfire Party

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If you’ve moved in the summer months, chances are you’re jumping at any opportunity to entertain in your home’s outdoor areas, like the backyard. Gather your friends around the fire pit and toast (the marshmallows, that is) to a happy new life in your home – because we all know nothing equals happiness like s’mores! Find out how to take your s’mores creation to the next level with these insanely good recipe ideas!

Get Crafty

Decoration, Advent wreath and accessories

You know that list of DIY home decor projects you have? Why not invite friends over to help? As long as you have food and drinks on hand – and make sure to take a break to give the full house tour, of course – your friends will have a blast helping you craft and create items — and memories!– for your new home.

Movie Night

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Popcorn, snacks and a good movie is the perfect excuse to gather your friends together in your new home. Warning: if you’re lucky enough to have a home theater like this one in Park Rapids, MN, you may have a hard time convincing your friends to head to a real movie theater in the future!

What are some other fun and unique ways to welcome loved ones into your new home? Leave us a comment with your housewarming party ideas!

Alexandra is the Manager of Social Media & Content for Coldwell Banker Real Estate, LLC. She lives in Hoboken, NJ and loves taking advantage of the many local perks (read: dogs EVERYWHERE) and proximity to Manhattan. Her idea of relaxing is perusing the aisles of Sephora and proofreading copy. No, really.

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