Monday, October 24, 2016

Getting ready for Holiday events!



Great Themes for Winter Parties

Take advantage of the upcoming winter months with appropriately themed parties. Sure winter can be dreary, but the cold weather does not have to put a damper on the party spirit inside you. The winter time offers eclectic and unique theme possibilities that can knock the socks off of any guest. Cold weather beware, because the following themes will show your guests just how fun winter can be.

Winter in the Country

You may despise the snow, but there is no denying that view. As long as you have the proper preparations-tents, wraps, blankets, heaters, etc. – having a party outdoors is never out of the question. Use that to fuel your theme and have yourself a winter party in the country. Bring your guests to the countryside to revel in the nature’s wintery glory. Simple hors d’oeuvres such as s’mores and hot chocolate cocktails are perfect examples of options to spice up your country party.

Winter Wonderland

While primarily associated with Christmas, a winter wonderland is a welcome sight throughout the season – and it is so simple to pull off. Decorate your party with snowflakes, fake cotton as snow, and the occasional snowman or woodland creature for good measure. Organization should be quick and painless considering you will want to have a consistent color scheme of white and ice blue. Add some seasonal drinks, food, and music to make your party one for the books.

Garden Party, The Winter Edition

For all the classier party-goers out there, nothing is more elegant than a garden party during winter. Create extravagant invitations, provide delicious finger foods, and create a chic atmosphere. Needless to say, a dress code is encouraged Have your guests dress to the nines to fully capture the concept. If you would like to go the extra mile, make it a black tie event or a 1920’s themed party.

Whether you are throwing a rustic, winter themed country party, or a garden party with class to spare, you have plenty of options to host a great event in spite of the weather.


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