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Downloadable Regency Christmas Party Kit

Bestselling Author Sabrina Jeffries Wishes Readers
a Very Merry Regency Christmas!

Will and Jane’s Excellent Christmas Adventure

Click HERE for more Will and Jane comics.


Gather Friends and Family for a Regency-Themed Holiday Party
or Book Club Gathering!

Click HERE to download an invitation to send to guests for your own Regency holiday party or book club get-together, inspired by New York Times bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries’ novel, ‘Twas the Night After Christmas.


Deck the Halls with Regency Christmas Décor!

Regency Table Tents

Download these festive table tents and display them throughout the party area so partygoers can read fascinating facts about Christmas celebrations during Regency times. (PDF)



Cloved Orange Pomanders

Cloved orange pomanders add an element of elegance to your party location, and they provide a wonderful, spicy scent that is sure to remind partygoers of Christmases past. Click the picture below for instructions on making these fruity beauties.

Tented Place Cards

If you want to have a sit-down dinner, download these holiday-themed tented place cards to adorn the table, and customize them by writing guests’ names on the cards. Or, you can staple the tented cards to the tops of goody sacks as customized closures for your party guests’ party favor bags. (PDF)


Name Tags

Throwing a party for your book club or for people who don’t already know each other? Download these festive name tags, which are set up to print on a standard Avery name tag label page, and ask guests to write their name and wear the tag upon arrival. You can also write guests’ names on a second name tag, add them all to a bowl and pull out names throughout the evening as door prize winners. (PDF)


Let the (Regency) Games Begin!

Try your hand at some traditional Regency-era holiday games like Snapdragon—a daring activity that involves snatching raisins out of a bowl of burning brandy—or Hot Cockles, which is the perfect game for parties with both dames and dukes in attendance. Or, if you prefer something a bit milder, set up a craft station for your partygoers complete with white paper, scissors, glue and glitter for making homemade sparkling snowflakes. The paper snowflakes also make lovely holiday decorations!



Parting Gifts

While it’s not a necessity, it’s always fun to provide one or two door prizes to give away during the party as well as goody bags for your guests to take home. Here are some fun party favor ideas that require minimal investment on the host’s part.

Ideas for party favor bags:

  • ‘Twas the Night After Christmas downloadable bookmark (PDF)
  • Regency recipe cards (PDF)
  • Printout of paper snowflake template, extra white heavy-stock paper and a small tube of glitter (PDF)
  • Hard candy pieces

Remember, Sabrina Jeffries books also make great door prizes! Consider picking up a copy of her holiday novels, ‘Twas the Night After Christmas and Snowy Night with a Stranger, to give away to two lucky guests during the party. Draw names out of a hat or use the books as prizes for winners during your Regency game play.

Regency Recipes

Regency-era Holiday Recipes to Serve at your Party

Delight your party guests with some of your favorite holiday food and drinks, and try your hand at making one or two of these tasty dishes that were commonly served during Regency-era holidays. You can also print copies of the beautiful recipe cards and bind them together with twine for your guests to take home as party favors and to try at their own holiday celebrations. (PDF – text only)


Plum Pottage or
Christmas Pottage


King George Christmas Pudding

Honey Merry
Christmas Cookies

Fine Ginger Cakes

Sugar Plums