The Kardashians have thrown a number of extravagant Christmas parties, including Kim and Kanye’s $1.3 million event.
We decided to reflect back on some of the family’s most memorable Christmas party, especially since this year’s celebration was cancelled owing to an increase in Covid-19 cases.
Every year, Kris Jenner throws a Christmas party that is said to cost approximately $500,000 and 2013 was no different. Kim shared photos with celebrity friends Robin Antim, designer Rachel Roy, and her then-fiancé Kanye West shot at a “Naughty or Nice” photo booth. Guests had fun while posing in the photo booth with yuletide-themed masks, hats, and other accessories.
In a series of Instagram posts, the famous family documented their 2014 Christmas party. Khloe She shared photos from the celebration, including one of her closest friend Malika Haqq sitting on Santa’s lap. Meanwhile, Kris shared a snapshot of herself smiling next to multiple bottles of Belvedere vodka, giving followers a glimpse into the party’s alcohol selection. At the party, Khloe and Kris posed for a shot together, showcasing the stunning red lights that adorned the ceiling and walls.
Khloe made sure to offer fans a sneak peek at the annual event in 2015, just as she did the previous year. She shared a snapshot of herself in a glittery silver jumpsuit with a plunging neckline on Instagram, while Kendall donned a white dress with sheer details and Kylie Jenner chose a short sparkly green and black Balmain dress. Similarly to Kylie, Kris wore a Balmain red little dress to the party.
Drake, who sat in the photo booth with Kris and Kylie, was one of the celebrity guests at the celebration. Heather McDonald and Kylie’s ex-boyfriend Tyga were among other celebrities that attended the bash. Santa also made an appearance. The mansion was decked out with intricate tinsel, Christmas trees, crimson ornaments, and gleaming white lights for decorations.
Kris made sure that everyone had their fair share of alcohol at the 2017 celebration by handing out 144 bottles of Belvedere vodka. The generous present was worth around $12,000. “You know it’s about to be Christmas when 24 CASES of Belvedere show up,” Kris captioned a photo of the 24 boxes. Kris decked the the desk with four massive trees, a life-size reindeer, and a polar bear sculpture, in addition to plenty of booze.
In 2018, Kim and Kanye took over the Christmas party with a lavish extravaganza. The party, according to People, cost $1.3 million. The pair transformed their California house into a winter wonderland, complete with acres of genuine snow, a selfie tunnel with 10,000 lights, and a forest of fine-art tree sculptures. Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez, Sia, Paris Hilton, Dave Chapelle, Kimora Lee Simmons, and Tyler the Creator were among the guests at the celebration, in addition to the famous family.
During the party, John Legend performed songs from his Christmas album, A Legendary Christmas. Guests took part in a variety of activities, such as sledding down a hill, dancing, and photographing the colourful decorations. In addition, guests were treated to a Christmas meal and cocktails. For the kids, there were even special lollipops on the menu.
In 2019, Kourtney assumed the position of host. Guests were treated to a sit-down dinner as well as a coffee and hot chocolate stand. Kourtney picked a beautiful arrangement of red poinsettias in terra cotta pots and candles set on dramatic risers to adorn the outside of the house.
In the interior of the residence, a giant Christmas tree dangling upside down from the ceiling took centre stage. Kim shared a series of photos with guests including Kanye, Grimes, Travis Scott, Quavo, Saweetie, Elon Musk and designer/architect Jalil Peraza. While Kourtney and her team definitely put in a lot of work to transform her house, she spent a lot less money than Kim did the year before. The oldest Kardashian sister reportedly spent $436,000 on the event, according to People.
Since then, the Kardashian family have had to forgo their annual Christmas party due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Hopefully, next year is a different story.