Get Festive with Our Holiday Themed Tickets!


Christmas time is just around the corner and with it come tons of fun holiday events and activities—and of course goodies and gifts! Whether it’s the Nutcracker ballet, a holiday symphony, chorale concert, cookie party, parade of lights, tree lighting, or another festive winter event, most families and communities have created a tradition out of regularly attending a holiday event.

If you are hosting a new event this holiday season or continuing an old tradition, we have your ticketing needs covered! Our general admission, DIY Christmas-themed tickets come in five different color backgrounds with sequential numbering that can be personalized with the details of your event. These tickets are horizontal, sized at 1.625” x 5”. For larger events, or events requiring security, check out our Christmas-themed tickets with security features including two gold foil designs on the front and a clear varnish on the back. Security tickets are vertical and are 5.5” x 2” with a 1.25” stub that is numbered to track attendance. Stubs have four lines on the back so that the stub can also be used as a raffle ticket.

We also offer special holiday-themed wristbands to use for entry into concerts, parades, and other events where guest admission needs to be verified by a quick glance at the wrist. Each wristband is 10” long by .5” wide with a 1.5” white tamper proof tab printed on tear resistant material. These bands allow the purchaser to overlay custom text on the festive background, as well as the option to upload your own design.

Finally, our DIY 12” x 18” Christmas posters are perfect for advertising your holiday event. The brightly colored, joyful backgrounds draw the eye and our website offers an instant preview of each poster with your personalized event details. You may add 13 lines of custom text onto the poster and an option to upload additional text or images from Facebook and Instagram.

What are your plans this holiday season? Whatever event you’re hosting, we can meet your ticketing needs.

Take a look at the full range of our Christmas-themed products here.

Happy planning!

Holiday Traditions that Nurture Generosity and Gratitude


The holiday season is the perfect time of year to create new traditions with your family. Most kids and adults appreciate the tradition of breaking bread as a family at Thanksgiving and exchanging gifts at Christmas, though sometimes the beauty and meaning of these holidays can be taken for granted. By creating new traditions with your family, kids and adults alike can gain a new-found sense of gratitude and generosity. Below are a few ideas for traditions that will connect your family compassionately with others and fill everyone with the spirit of the holiday season.

  1. Volunteer at a Food Bank
    Thanksgiving is a great time of year to volunteer at a food bank or distribution center bagging food for hungry families. Children can especially benefit from this type of service by learning that not everyone can afford to put a feast on the table, even once a year. Helping other families can nurture children’s innate desire to share and connect, and of course you’ll be helping a hungry family.
  1. Help a Neighbor
    Most neighborhoods have at least a few residents who are elderly, alone, or disabled. The season of good will offers a great opportunity to create a tradition of helping a neighbor in need that can be carried on throughout the year. The opportunities to offer help are endless; your family can pick up groceries for a neighbor, shovel her walk, put up Christmas lights, or offer rides to appointments and social visits. Not only will your family be lending a hand to a less-able citizen, you’ll be forming a new friendship with someone in your community.
  1. Send a Letter to a Soldier
    Many organizations, including the Red Cross, offer programs and instructions for how individuals and groups can write letters or create holiday cards for overseas soldiers during the holidays. Sending a personalized note of gratitude to a serviceman is a wonderful way to warm his or her heart and remind yourself of everything you have to be grateful for at home.

How does your family celebrate the holidays? Do you participate in any community service activities, or unconventional traditions?