How to make your wedding day special by keeping your thoughts on the real purpose of the day.
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Last summer I was getting ready for my daughter to head off to Barcelona when I became intoxicated by the […]
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Take inspiration for food, drink and decor with some of the summer’s most colorful bounty – rhubarb!
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Tokens of caring and affection can take a variety of forms and while no one should suggest that anyone purchase the most grand of gifts, it is always meaningful to extend a level care beyond the purchase on onto the wrapping.
One of the most daunting tasks for a party host, event organizer or bride-to-be is how to handle guest seating. While no easy task to find the perfect balance of fun family and friends at a table, being thoughtful about who sits with whom helps to make the night a great time for all (beware the lure of “open seating”).
Most party hosts spend quite a bit of time thinking about guest arrival – what will the lighting be like, what type of music will be playing and making sure there is plenty of food and drink. All this helps to ensure a warm welcome to each guest. Of course a fabulous passed cocktail or station of drinks set and ready for pick up says welcome – like these.
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