Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift, pictured performing during her "1989" World Tour in Sydney, Australia, celebrated her 26th birthday in Malibu with her beau, Calvin Harris. Getty

Taylor Swift had a Merry Swiftmas on Sunday when she celebrated her 26th birthday in Malibu with a Christmas-themed bash! The “Blank Space” singer through the ultimate party – complete with her DJ beau, Calvin Harris!

E! Online reports that Swift’s party was held at Apple executive Jimmy Iovine’s California home over the weekend. And while the pop star didn’t share any photos from the shindig on Twitter or Instagram, Iovine’s son, Jamie, managed to capture a shot of Swift with Harris.

“I was just adopted by @calvinharris and @taylorswift,” he captioned the photo, which can be seen on Instagram. “Mom and dad are gonna show me the good life now.”

Although there were initial reports that Swift was going to spend her birthday in Australia, the singer celebrated with her family and friends stateside. Everyone in attendance enjoyed a festive holiday layout, which included Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus, reindeer, penguins and a ski slope!

While the full guest list isn’t out, Us Weekly reports that Swift’s mother, Andrea, was in attendance. “The Voice” stars and love birds Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton were also reportedly at the birthday bash. As for Taylor Swift’s “squad”? Many of her A-list friends took to Instagram to wish her a happy birthday.

“There’s a reason ‘#friendshipgoals’ was invented because of her,” Blake Lively posted. “Thank you @taylorswift for the happiness you bring to not only everyone that knows you, but also to those who don’t – you’re the real deal. Happy Birthday!”

“I don’t know life without you Taylor,” Selena Gomez wrote. “Happy birthday!”

“What a year, T!” Gigi Hadid shared. “Love you, so proud and grateful to call you my friend. You are beyond. Happy Birthday – can’t wait to celebrate soooon @taylorswift.”

Despite being the birthday girl, Swift delivered a special gift to her fans. On Sunday she revealed that Apple will release “The 1989 World Tour Live” concert movie on Dec. 20.