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5 places in Toronto to buy fun decor for your holiday party

Places to buy fun holiday decorations for your holiday party are scattered all across the city. Think beyond the dollar store because these spots carry a lot of custom, DIY and locally make trinkets and decor to make your party something special.

The Paper Place

It's not all wrapping paper and cards inside this West Queen West paper shop. In fact, this is one of the most creative and unexpected places to look for holiday party decorations. With flags, garlands, trinkets and of course loads of DIY options, one stop in here will help your party will blow up the internet.

Brika

If you get your decor at this shop with a few locations around the city, you might have the most adorable holiday party of the year. Brika is a maker's paradise with holiday candles, shelves of make-it-yourself Christmas decorations and all types of stuff to trim your tree.

Hopson Grace

This Rosedale design boutique is for those who need their holiday house party to look pristine. It carries holiday faves like Christmas crackers to pull apart with fancy prizes inside, gorgeous towels and tableware as well as cutlery you might want to put alarm tags on in case your guests accidentally throw them in their bag.

Spruce

This Cabbagetown favourite will pretty much guarantee you don't leaving without something fun and quirky to decorate with. It's got everything for you to create perfect seasonal cocktails, like ingredients, glasses and napkins.

Labour of Love

Alert: this is not your typical gift store. This Cabbagetown mainstay is a must-visit shop for hosts. It boasts things like the Original Melting Christmas Tree (yup, it's a thing) and specialty holiday drink straws that will make it a memorable night for you and your party people.

Stella Artois

Brought to you by Stella Artois, the perfect beer to serve your guests this holiday season.

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