The Kardashian-Jenner family is known for exaggerating a lot of things, but nothing can match their love for a classic vacation celebration. The family, which thanks to the success of KUWTK has become famous on reality TV, has been in the spotlight since 2007. Almost every year they give an extravagant Christmas party.
From superstar guests to live animals, the Kardashians always go out for the holidays and spend an incredible amount of money to make sure the decor is absolutely perfect.
The cutest tradition of the Kardashians is perhaps their family Christmas card. But it is their Christmas parties that have become the talk of Calabasas. Every year the family gives an extensive party, usually organized by Kris Jenner. The matriarch decorates her house with a specific theme and dresses all decorations accordingly.
Over the years, however, other family members have also organized the annual celebration at their home. They have put a lot of money into making everything perfect. For example, Kim Kardashian West and her husband Kanye West hosted the party at their home in 2018. According to Hypebae, the Winter Wonderland theme party cost about 1.3 million dollars. This included a lavish decor, a light tunnel, a ski slope, Christmas trees throughout their home, and a performance by John Legend.
In 2019, Kourtney Kardashian hosted the party at her home. Although she didn’t throw as big a party as her sister the year before, her party was still unbelievable. There was a mini-warm chocolate bar, a poinsettia “valley”, and thousands of sparkling lights. People estimate that Kardashian spent nearly $436,000 to give the party.
KUWTK: Will The Kardashians Have A Christmas Party This Year?
In the wake of COVID-19, many stars adjust their vacation plans – and the Kardashians are no exception. Khloé Kardashian recently went on Twitter and answered fan questions about whether they will have their annual party this year. “It will clearly have to be a lot smaller,” Kardashian wrote. “And I think that’s fine! But we are definitely celebrating Christmas! It will just have to be small and safe. Maybe you should do quick tests first. We have to figure out what’s safest.”