How to Holiday Party

How to Holiday Party

{Images via fashionablehostess.com}

Want to throw a holiday dinner party that friends and family will be talking about well into 2015? We’re here to help! We partnered up with lifestyle blogger, Amanda, aka the Fashionable Hostess, to learn about how to create a spread that will wow your guests. Ready to party?!

Read the full post on her blog here.

What is one tip that will make holiday dinner parties extra special?

Over the holidays I love to leave a little party favor at each person’s place setting that they can take home and enjoy after our dinner. Because I am spending my winter holidays in warm weather climates, I have been brainstorming health conscious options for these treats {hello, bikini!}.

How to Holiday Party

We’re loving your special treat selection! What’s your favorite way to display them?

I displayed my party favors (Nourish Snacks of course!) in two ways… at some seats, I tied ‘Seasons Greetings’ hangtags around each pack and laid them on top of the dinner napkin, and then at other seats I tied my napkin with the hangtag and placed two snack packs at the top left corner of the individual placemat.

How to Holiday Party

Tell us about the other lovely décor details on your holiday table!

To create this pretty spread, I started with a plaid tablecloth and placed basket weave placemats on top for each setting. I especially loved my glassware for this table which included gold chevron water glasses and pretty champagne flutes. For centerpieces I used gold Christmas trees in place of flowers for a cleaner look.
How to Holiday Party

 

Just for fun, what is your favorite Nourish Snacks flavor?

Mine personally is Berry’d Treasure.

Great choice, Amanda!

We want to hear from you! How do you spruce up your holiday parties? Comment below and let us know.


1 Comment »

  1. I loved putting this look together!! {And eating all of the snacks afterwards 🙂 }

    xxx
    Amanda

    Comment by Fashionable Hostess — December 10, 2014 @ 11:10 pm

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