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Too late for a house warming party?

We closed on our house in August, then got married two weeks later. We're just finishing up with getting the house painted and decorated. Is it too late to have a house warming party? And really everyone is starting to get busy with holiday stuff, so it would be more feasable to have it after the holidays. What does everyone think? TIA

Re: Too late for a house warming party?

  • call it a holiday party instead. invite with a cute 'come warm our house' this holiday season. or something like that.
  • It's never too late to show off your new place that you put so much work into and that people want to see!!  I agree with the pp...cute way to word it!
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  • We had our housewarming party 3 1/2 months after we moved in. I don't think that it is too late to have your party, but I would wait until after Christmas. It is so busy this time of year.
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  • No way is too late to have a house warming party!!!  Now if it was a year and a half later, then yes.  But now would be a wonderful time.  Only you know your group - if you are going to plan a pre-holiday party, you need to get it on the books sooner rather than later.  With December not even started, you still have a couple options to chose from. 


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  • I think it should be fine. November and December are almost blur for a lot of people anyways with the holiday. I have actually seen people that throws their party in January when everything sort of winds down. It's nice to have something to look forward to.

    Have a good time.

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  • We moved in October and had our housewarming party Jan. 15th. I would throw the party, keep it a housewarming party, that's more unique than just another holiday party.
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