Envelope, please! No matter which movie wins Best Picture, you’ll be a shoo-in for Best Host when you follow our simple — and budget-friendly — guide to throwing a spectacular viewing party that will have you celebrating alongside Hollywood’s finest. With A-list touches like a themed menu and party games, your guests will be begging for a sequel.
Everyone loves a festive holiday table, and a dressy, folded napkin can liven up your celebration in no time. Here’s how to fold napkins into a few different festive shapes for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, New Year’s Eve, or any other occasion.Read Story
You don’t have to spend a scary amount of money to get into the Halloween spirit. Here are 7 inexpensive ways to decorate your home using things you already have on-hand, or can easily make.Read Story
With pumpkin season in full swing, it’s time to start decorating those iconic fall fruits. While the classic carved Jack-o-lantern is always impressive, it can be quite the mess and require some serious artistry. So if you’re looking for an alternative way to decorate this year, consult this list of five creative ways to decorate a pumpkin that look just as impressive as the classic technique, and are easy enough for family members of all ages.
It’s officially the first day of football season! Before your crew arrives for the big game, take a look at these ideas for entertaining during football season and throwing a game-day party that really scores.Read Story
This season’s bright and warm weather won’t last forever, so make the most of the beautiful last days of summer and first days of fall by hosting a backyard BBQ. Here are some tips, tricks, and suggestions to help get the party started when you fire up the grill and get cookin’ for family and friends.Read Story
Nothing says 4th of July better than a cookout with stars-and-stripes themed décor and everyone’s favorite summer foods. We make it easy with all-American ideas that will have everyone feeling patriotic on Independence Day.Read Story
Football season is winding down, and watching the biggest game of the year is always more fun with friends. Whether everyone is cheering for the same team or you have a house divided, we have a few winning game day party ideas (even if your team doesn’t throw a winning pass).
The holiday season is upon us, which means holiday parties! For a simple, make-ahead holiday appetizer that can easily travel with you as you go holiday party-hopping, look no further than buttery, flaky mini cranberry brie turnovers.
These turnovers can be baked in advance and served room temperature or reheated in the microwave or oven at your destination. And don’t be intimidated by the brie — it might sound fancy, but it’s easy to work with and tastes great with the berries.