Throwing the Ultimate Party in a Small Space | Tuesday’s Tip of the Day!
Yes, entertaining is often about refinement. A pressed tablecloth, folded napkins, oh, and chairs for every guest. Let's face it, come the holidays we are often entertaining more people than normal and you may just not have the space. When your motto is like mine, "there is always room for another," don’t be afraid to kick traditional entertaining refinement to the curb, sans-chairs, “proper” tables, linens and a 5-course menu. There is no need to spend countless hours and dollars trying to refigure your home and purchasing more chairs, wine glasses, and linens to what, impress your guests? After all, isn’t hosting a dinner party all about the company you’re with?
Instead, have fun with what you do have using a bathtub filled with ice to chill wines, cutting boards over your burners for more counter space, pretty dishtowels for makeshift runners or tablecloths and paper plates, napkins and drinkware for serving. At the end of the day, your guests won’t remember the chair they sat on or the fork that touched their lips with delectable bites and incredible flavor. What they will remember is the company they shared and the evening itself.
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