Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Fall Decorations

 There is still time to get everything ready for Thanksgiving. Not only will our Holiday catering packages work all season long, but so will the following do-it-yourself mantel decorations.

Delicate paper flowers star in Valerie's (homemademodern.blogspot.com) mantel. She cut petals from brown paper bags and arranged them in flower shapes. Creasing the petals is crucial, she says. "It gives the flowers dimension." Salvaged and backyard items make up the rest of Valerie's mantel. Using the natural elements available during fall is an easy way to celebrate the season.

Friday, November 21, 2014

Host The Holidays With Ease

Hosting a holiday gathering of any magnitude can be a daunting task, and it may seem impossible to relax when you are planning. Get into the spirit of the season and focus on what is important, we will take care of the rest. Below are a few tips for hosting guests for the holidays...

"If you go into a house and there's tension in the air, you can practically taste it. Don't get edgy with family members if the food, table, or flowers aren't perfect.

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Have The Best Holiday Party This Year

 Are you having a holiday party this year? How can you make your celebration stand out? For one, you plan a menu, or order a catering package from a trusted caterer. Second, see the following for advice on how to make your party amazing.

When it comes to Christmas, the only thing almost as predictable as Santa’s ample waistline is the color scheme. But guess what? “Nobody said you have to stick with red and green,” points out Kimberly Kennedy, lifestyle expert and author of The Art and Craft of Entertaining. “There’s no reason why there should be any rules during the holiday.” 

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Thanksgiving Countdown

 Now is the time to plan your Thanksgiving dinner, before things get too crazy. Here are all of the entertaining and decorating tips that you could ever need.

To complement this table's muted color palette, fill the area around the centerpiece with pale gourds and squash. Incorporate beeswax taper candles and flickering gold votives to warm the mood.


Monday, November 10, 2014

Holiday Tablescapes

 Sitting around the table with family and friends should be about company, but it helps to have something visually appealing. Not only do these tablescapes create a natural ambiance, but they provide a nice conversation piece.

We love a surprising table that manages to incorporate both the glamorous touches that we might find in a high-end hotel ballroom, as well as the more rustic, down-home vibe that feels so cozy this time of year. Blogger Sophia’s Decor achieves the perfect combination, using details like cotton, acorns, feathers and more.

Amazing Christmas Decorations

 Christmas is right around the corner, so now is the time to get ready! We will help you plan your menu, you take care of the decorations. The following gallery shows over a hundred decorating tips...

In his Connecticut home, designer Eddie Ross started with the accessories that always sit on this ledge: the 1940s clock in the center and the matched pair of hurricanes at either end.

Beautiful Center Pieces

 Are you ready for Thanksgiving? Did you know that we can provide just a ham or turkey, if needed? Use those free hours to make these elegant centerpieces.

Craft your own napkin holders with burlap and a chevron pattern for an easy, reusable table decoration.

Friday, November 7, 2014

Holiday Craft Ideas

 The holidays are fast approaching, so now is the time to pin down your Special Holiday Package! After you have nailed down your menu, take a look at the following crafts that will decorate your home.

Align several of these handmade votives—tied with berries and twine—in the center of your dining table to create an elegant centerpiece. 

Amazing Thanksgiving Crafts That Will Make Your Home Dazzle

Dazzle your guests this year with special projects that will make your Thanksgiving dinner the best it has ever been. The following crafts will be fun to make and easy to display.

Help guests keep up with their drinks by wrapping each glass stem in a different color of embroidery floss. (Another idea: Use the thread to dress up serving utensil handles.)

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Holiday Hosting For The Single Person

 Are you a single individual hosting a holiday at your home this year? Do you even know where to start? Don't worry, we have you covered with our amazing catering options. But in the meantime read below for helpful tips on getting prepared.

This is the two-fold blessing of hosting a party: (1) You can get nice dishes and silverware that you can use everyday or just for special occasions; (2) it forces you out of your bachelor mentality of dining with plastic forks and knives. Plus, you can always borrow special dishes like ladles and punch bowls from friends.

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