Along with winter, arrives theholidays. And along with the holidays, arrive the guests. Thus, it is onlynatural to prep things up beforehand so that we do not fall short of anything. Holidaysinclude not just one but many kinds of gatherings, each with its own theme. Andeach of these themes calls for a different kind of celebration.
Holiday cocktail party: Quite necessary and very much in season, cocktail parties are an intrinsic part of holidays that involves family and close friends.
A great way to elevate the nature of the cocktail party is to greet your guests with a glass of a premium cocktail at the very from where they are going to come in. This shows how happy and glad you are to have them in your company.
Another great way to complement the cocktail is to use drinkware, like a bar cart and even vintage glassware. All these certainly add to the Holiday party vibe.
White elephant party: Usually held indoors, the white elephant party can be a great deal better when celebrated outdoors.
Set out a table with sheepskins, blankets on the chairs, and place the heaters or fire pits in strategic spots around the table to keep the atmosphere warm. Or, level up by planning a camp-fire. Get yourself a guitar and sing away to the spirit of Christmas. All this, while the festivity gets going with warm dishes being served, such as soup, red wine, and the best of them all, s’mores.
Christmas Morning: Perhaps, the most important day of the holidays, Christmas morning does not follow any norm. It is to each, his or her own. However, a great way to begin the Christmas morning is to plan a perfect Christmas breakfast.
What you can do is this. Before the others wake up, quickly start simmering a pot of coffee, cocoa will be better, light the fire or if not then the candle and set the breakfast table with eggs, bacon and pancakes( let it be inside that pretty little cake server until the others come down).