Why didn’t I think of that Party and Hosting Tips and Hacks for the Holidays – Thanksgiving, Christmas, Cookie Exchanges and Beyond.
Party and Hosting Tips for the Holidays
The season is beginning to cool and with the dawn of cooler temperatures comes celebrations with family and friends. We are hosting Thanksgiving this year and wanted to take a closer look at Party and Hosting Tips for the Holiday season! From prepping with decorations, to laying out the table a day before to scented home recipes, cooking and serving tips, these creative ideas are sure to help your holiday party go off without a hitch!
Make your home warm and inviting from the time your guests arrive – a lantern with greenery on the porch looks great | French Country Cottage.
Turn your home into an amazing smell with this stove top recipe | Half Baked Harvest.
Enjoy these festive name place cards and no-sew napkin holder – perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas | Love Of Family and Home.
Host the Holidays like a Pro with these Holiday Planners and Lists (Christmas and Thanksgiving) | Yellow Bliss Road.
Depending on your party size, take a look at these Serving Sizes | The Chic Site.
Lay out Dishes and Serving Utensils the Day before | Bon Appetit.
Enjoy these 20 Jazz Standards for Your Dinner Party Playlist | Confetti and Buttercream.
Have fun with these Holiday Ice Buckets – they are so festive and easy | The Chic Site.
You can never go wrong with wine and cheese – take a look at these pairings | His and Her Wine.
Toast the Holiday Season with Cranberry & Rosemary White Sangria | Jerry James Stone.
Also try this Autumn Sangria with Pinot Noir and Apple Cider | The Evermine Blog.
Look at this tip – Keep your Wine Chilled with Grapes | Positive Med.
Decorate a few weeks ahead of time. These German Beer Bottles with Berry Twigs are easy and quick | French Larkspur.
Bring the outside elements in to keep the cost of decorating down. We love these springs of Rosemary but evergreen would also be great | Rip & Tan.
Take a look at the Proper Way to Set the Table | Source.
If the conversation needs flowing, try these Dinner Conversation Starters. Use now for the part, later with the kids. Pull the cards that are best for the type of party you are hosting. | Frugal Coupon Living
Cooking for many? Before the big day pick up this Betty Crocker 3-Tier Oven Rack for extra room in the oven.
Don’t stop hosting after the meal is done. Send them home with these fun Leftover Labels | Tom Kat Studio. (See others in our Thanksgiving Printables)
Or try print these gorgeous Leftover Labels | The Glitter Guide.
WHAT’S TRENDING? Looking for a few engaging activities? Grab Minute to Win it Games – Traditional, Holiday, Group, and more! Use these fun activities in the office, classroom, or at your next birthday party.