We tapped a local cheese pro for easy ways to put together a beautiful and tasty cheese board that everyone is sure to enjoy.
Southern Entertaining & Dinner Parties
Need some good ol' southern dinner party ideas? How about a playlist of great list music? You've come to the right place. We give you ideas to conquer a fabulous dinner party as nothing is better than an at-home party with good friends, good food and good drink! Throw in some perfect tunes and it's magical. In an effort to encourage ourselves, as well as our readers, to take the time to host a great meal every now and then, we create great ideas that actually do-able!
Enjoy a simple set-up and memorable get together with this fondue party plan. You CAN do this! (May we suggest it for the Oscars, perhaps?!)
Throw a fete for the ladies with pretty pinks, fabulous florals and sumptuous sweets! Prepare to be wowed by this inspiring tablescape!
Make Valentine’s Day delightful by hosting the gals for brunch or dinner. We are here to help you with Valentine’s Day entertaining tips.
The holidays are meant for wine, and we have rounded up some bubbly booze to make your holidays merry and bright! Cheers, Charlotte!
RSVP. Bring a gift. Make a cocktail. Ask how you can help. There are ways to be a better guest, and here are just a few!
Playlists and holiday gatherings go together just like turkey and Thanksgiving, wreaths and Christmas … you get it. You need several at your fingertips, and here are the ones that we’ll have on hand!
With the holidays rapidly approaching, it’s time to start the prep work. Leave the basting of the turkey to someone else, and master the art of setting the table with style. Today, we share a few tips to inspire those hosting holiday parties with a table setting of our own!
This is the perfect time of year to host a “Friendsgiving.” Make it an elegant affair that’s easy to pull together with these helpful pointers from lifestyle blogger Cara Greenstein.
Throw a holiday party that will impress the guests and show off your hosting skills with a little help from experts Danielle Rollins and Annette Joseph. Image: Brendon Pinola