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Monday, December 10, 2012

Winter Solstice Party

The winter solstice in the northern hemisphere usually happens on December 21 each year or within 24 hours on either side of that day. This year it is December 22nd. Hosting a winter solstice party is an alternative or even an additional way to celebrate the winter. Have it a time appropriate for everyone including children. Send invitations either through the mail or email and have your guests RSVP so you can plan enough activities and food. Traditional winter solstice celebrations include having lots of light.  Have candles all over your house and turn on all the lights in your house. Also, decorate the outdoors by making luminaries and or a fire. The solstice is technically an astronomical event so set up a telescope outside and view the night sky objects if it isn't too cloudy, cold, or dark. Create your own family tradition by gathering in a circle around candles. Each person can light a candle and talk about something they’re grateful for or something they wish for another person in the coming year. 


Hanukkah is a joyful holiday that comes with its own rituals, foods, games, songs and stories. Share Hanukkah traditions with family and friends. But the parties are not only a way for Jewish families to share their heritage; they're also a way to connect with friends and neighbors at a busy time of year. Here are some ideas for creating the perfect Hanukkah party.Let the Festival of Lights live up to its name by burning lots of candles. Save a special place for your menorah, and light candles around the seating area, bar area and entryway. The traditional colors of Hanukkah — silver, blue and white — create a dazzling table. Winter flowers like tulips, narcissus and hyacinths lend the right color and style for any type of gathering. 

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Choosing a wedding theme

Most people don't see a need for a wedding theme. However, when all the little planning details start to come together, you should have some cohesion to everything. A theme influences your venue and supplier selections, as well as your choice of decorative features. Wheather you are choosing colors or picking a theme I can help you get the look you want. The season during which you hold your wedding can provide many cues for theme and color. Also, the combination of black and white always makes an elegant statement. It is especially fitting for an evening wedding. You can incorporate black and white in any number of ways – dresses, accessories, flowers, favors and even dessert. This study in contrasts can pull it all together.

Spring: Combine patterns for a unique look. Go for sophisticated stripes with flirty polka dots for a playful effect. Also you can choose a spring color, and use a slightly different shade of fabric on each reception table. Your tables will look unified, but not matchy-match.

Summer: Think of your favorite summer hangouts when planning your theme. Rather than just any beach, bring in elements specific to the beach you remember as a kid. If it was a cabin in the woods, go for a mountain theme. Another idea: Honor your honeymoon destination. If you're having a garden wedding but honeymooning in Hawaii, add orchids to your bouquets or fill the bottoms of your centerpiece vases with black lava rocks.

Fall: This season, wedding decor is all about texture. That means tablecloths in tactile, visually intriguing materials like quilted or ruched silk, linen, velvet, or even Ultrasuede .Metallic accents continue to be huge, from classic silver and gold to more unexpected pewter copper and bronze. Mercury glass vases will add glamorous pops of silver to cocktail tables and centerpieces. 

Winter: Red roses, calla lilies, and amaryllis are decidedly winter wedding flowers, but if you step outside the flower box, and you'll find a variety of options for winter blooms. Consider fuller flowers, such as white hydrangeas and soft ranunculuses. Give out small packages of chocolate-covered cranberries or roasted chestnuts. An over-the-top idea that will undoubtedly impress: Have your caterer set up a hot chocolate and churros station to top off the evening.

Other Themes for your wedding:
~ Green Wedding
~Holiday Wedding
~Military Wedding
~Cultural Wedding
~19540's, 1950's, 1960's Wedding
~Destination Wedding
~Western Wedding

Sunday, December 2, 2012


Do you want to have a holly jolly holiday season? Set the mood for Christmas festivities with some fun and exciting holiday entertainment. You could host multiple types of parties such as a cookie decorating party/ cookies swap, a tree trimming party, or even an ornament crafting party. If your family or friends love watching holiday movies, organize a low-key Christmas party with a holiday movie theme. Wow your holiday party guests with winter entertaining appetizers, from crab salad canap├ęs and mini pizzas to dazzling party dips and sizzling sliders. You can arrange your Christmas party food into a beautiful display with some of my simple tips, just ask. You can also enjoy some of Santa's favorite reindeer games such as stocking stuffer surprise, candy cane relay, white elephant, a gift wrap relay or the Rudolph dash. Don't forget to add some mistletoes and a few surprises to make everyones spirits even brighter. 

Hope your holiday season is merry and bright!

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