Take Note - Keep décor simple and elegant by incorporating natural elements like greenery and rustic wood slices. Arrange various size pillar candles to add warmth and depth.
A decorated letterboard is an opportunity to add a welcoming touch or spell out the night’s menu.
Party favors, such as homemade peppermint bark packaged and adorned with evergreen sprigs and guests’ names, are a thoughtful way to say thanks for coming.
Whitney Randall of Springvine Design.
Good Point - If limited on time, focus on decorating the entrance. Simple greenery and hurricane lanterns to light the way will make a great first impression for guests.
Heidi Perrone and Lexie Harvey of Cordial & Craft.
Loose Leaf Cocktail.
Corey Marino of Catering by Corey
Smart Tip - Instead of desserts aplenty, consider investing in one showstopper sweet, like this gingerbread cake with honey-mascarpone frosting by 50/Fifty The Art of Dessert.
Salmon rillette with baguette.