Christmas in July, what a treat! It simply means that you have an excuse to feast and indulge like it’s the festive season for real. Let’s be honest, we could all use a little pick-me-up holiday cheer even in the middle of winter.
But, sometimes we are invited to a Christmas in July dinner party and are told not to bring a thing – leaving you feeling somewhat awkward when you arrive empty-handed, cringe!
Cabdury Heroes, a variety pack of mini Cadbury Chocolates is here to help. With these four nifty tips you can now comfortably confirm attendance to that Christmas in July party:
- Basic blossoms: Everyone loves the smell of fresh flowers to brighten up a room, it leaves the environment with a sense of calmness and adds colour to a bare spot in the hosted house.
- Chip ‘n Dip anyone?: There is never enough chip ’n dip to go around at a party. Guests snacking on extra chips while the host prepares dinner releases any form of extra stress, wondering if their guests are getting hangry or not. #Winning
- A sensible smell: Ah, a candle is always such a nice gift to give a host – they are so versatile and can be used anywhere really, lit or unlit they are a great temporary ornament.
- Cadbury Heroes to the rescue and beyond! What to bring a host of Christmas in July Party is simple – chocolate of course! It just goes down so well as a sweet treat to end off a fun night. However, only Cadbury Heroes has the power to offer this ultimate indulgence with its 320g variety pack of 24 mini variants including – Cadbury Lunch Bar, Cadbury Chomp, Cadbury Flake, Cadbury Dairy Milk and Cadbury Dairy Milk Top Deck. Nom Nom!
Cadbury Heroes is therefore the perfect thing to bring when you told not to bring a thing to any social occasion.
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