Are you working on your WordPress blog to wish your readers Merry Christmas differently? You may already be using a WordPress Christmas Plugin or WordPress Christmas Theme to do so. But mostly, people want to add a bit of holiday flair to create a festive temperament without changing the theme actually. If you too want to do it without switching to a new theme, you can make use of these 10 awesome WordPress Christmas Plugins:

  1. WP Super Snow

    This plugin adds beautiful falling snow effect on your WordPress blog which is perfect on the occasion of Christmas. It makes use of jQuery and CSS3 with various options to customize snow flakes.

    WP Super Snow plugin

    You can control plugin functionality like snowfall, cookie control, custom picture etc. and can limit and manage the display of welcome animated message on different pages using the several options in the plugin.

  2. Xmas Lights

    Xmas Lights is a simple plugin which puts a string of blinking Christmas lights on the topmost area of your blog. It provides no settings and options, it will start working as soon as you install and activate it.

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  3. Merry Christmas Everyone!

    Add Santa Clause with gifts, candies and snow and much more on your WordPress blog with this simple plugin.

    Merry Christmas Everyone
  4. Fancy Events

    This plugin offers several objects including Christmas trees falling down on your blog pages. You can also set the falling speed and transparency of object accordingly.

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  5. Snow, Balloons and more

    This one gives you a lot of options to control the type and the number of snowflakes and objects falling, multiple objects in the snow fall, object floating direction, stopping flakes after a definite time period, adding custom images and more.

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If you just want to show simple snowfall on your blog, you should install Snow Storm or WP Snow Effect.

Snow Storm displays white snow flakes falling from the top-left side down to the bottom-right side of your WordPress blog, which creates a stormy effect.

With WP Snow Effect, the dropping snow flakes fade or dissolve before before reaching in the middle of the blog page, and keeps the content readable and uninterrupted. Both of these plugins provides no options and settings page.

So, have you installed any of these plugins on you WordPress? Which one you liked the most?

Tip: Don’t use more than two such plugins together, it may increase the load time of you blog. Also read important tips to speed up your WordPress blog.