Each year we begin our Christmas with traditions that we grew up with. We feast on great food, enjoy the company of friends & family and hopefully a little time off work too! There are however some pretty crazy things you may not know about Christmas, we went on a search to see what we could find behind the conventional Christmas stories we know! Hope you enjoy some of the funny, crazy and really wacky things we found out! A traditional Christmas dinner in England used to be a pig’s head prepared with a mustard sauce. I’m pretty sure most … Continue reading
While we prepare for the upcoming Christmas season with advent calendars, decorating our trees, putting lights up and hanging our stockings; have you ever wondered how these traditions became part of our celebrations? Well, we did & here’s what we found! Christmas trees were first decorated in 16th century Germany. They chose fir trees for both indoors & out. Decorations included apples, roses, gilded candies and colored paper. It was believed in the Middle Ages to symbolize the Garden of Eden. It is also believed that Protestant reformer, Martin Luther was the first to put lights (really they were candles) … Continue reading
Now that Halloween has passed, our focus turns to the upcoming Christmas season! Par-T-Perfect Victoria LOVES Christmas! Did you know that Par-T-Perfect Victoria does corporate Christmas events? We have full serviced, all inclusive theme packages! We bring all the fun AND we can even help you arrange a visit with Santa! This year our elves are most excited about our newest Christmas package – Christmas Chefs! The children at your party will create mini graham cracker gingerbread houses, participate in games, face painting & so much more! It will be a party your company or organization talks about right through … Continue reading
Not only does Santa have a mailing address, he now has voicemail! Get your kids to call (604) 484-4930 (Vancouver number) and hear a cute message from Santa and his number 1 reindeer Rudolph.
Its December 1st which means we get to start out yummy advent calendars and pull out the Christmas decorations, lights and all! If you have any little kiddies who get excited for the arrival of their jolliest friend, remember to log on to the Norad Santa Tracker on December 24th. This will tell them where Santa is all around the world and adds a realistic touch to the magic of Christmas Eve. In addition to watching Santa fly around the world in his sleigh, consider taking a couple bites out of “Santas” chocolate chip cookies and leaving the glass of … Continue reading