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Celebrating with flair

Throwing a holiday party for close friends is a fun way to get into a festive mood – and a great reason to pick up a new dress. Other must ingredients for a perfect pikkujoulu include tasty food and drink. We recommend a simple cheeseboard and crispy gingerbread accompanied by a Nordic favorite, spicy glögg. Add music that makes everyone want to dance, and the party is sure to be a hit.

Season's soundtrack

Ask your friends to submit their favorite holiday tunes in preparation for your party. Then put together a soundtrack to play during the night and share it with everyone as a thank you when the party is over. For more inspiration, listen to the playlist Marimekko's staff has put together for this holiday season.

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A very Finnish thing

Pikkujoulu

Pikkujoulu occurs when friends or colleagues gather for a fun night together. The party usually begins with a mug or two of spicy glögg and plenty of gingerbread, and ends on the dance floor. It is the Finnish way of saluting Christmas.

Celebrating with flair

Throwing a holiday party for close friends is a fun way to get into a festive mood – and a great reason to pick up a new dress. Other must ingredients for a perfect pikkujoulu include tasty food and drink. We recommend a simple cheeseboard and crispy gingerbread accompanied by a Nordic favorite, spicy glögg. Add music that makes everyone want to dance, and the party is sure to be a hit.

Season's soundtrack

Ask your friends to submit their favorite holiday tunes in preparation for your party. Then put together a soundtrack to play during the night and share it with everyone as a thank you when the party is over. For more inspiration, listen to the playlist Marimekko's staff has put together for this holiday season.


A very Finnish thing

Pikkujoulu

Pikkujoulu occurs when friends or colleagues gather for a fun night together. The party usually begins with a mug or two of spicy glögg and plenty of gingerbread, and ends on the dance floor. It is the Finnish way of saluting Christmas.