The holiday season is here and so the decorations began for welcoming guests in our homes. This year, however, the celebration will be mostly virtual. But this should not discourage you to decorate your tables for the holidays. Given below are some tips about decorating your tables for holiday dinners.
Layer On The details
According to alextimes.com
, "I would hardly call myself a minimalist when it comes to decorating tables. To me, one of the most fun aspects of setting a table is sprinkling it with thoughtful details to keep conversations flowing lest they hit a roadblock – another reason why your guest list and place cards are important. For filler, I use little Waterford Christmas trees I picked up one year. I also have my eye on a few of Simon Pearce’s handblown glass trees available locally at Ann Sandra in Annandale this year. "
As per alextimes.com, "My favorite part of any dinner party is greeting my guests. Assuming I have it all together and am not panicking over some last-minute pimento cheese appetizer, I love to welcome guests with a cocktail. If anyone remembers Serendipity III in Georgetown, they were known for their $1,000 sundae and their frozen hot chocolate. Perhaps we’ll tackle the sundae another time, but today I want to share a quick and easy recipe for our version of frozen hot chocolate. Happy holidays, everyone!"
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