Top three: Party plan­ners

Con­jure a cel­e­bra­tory shindig of your own with these fun reads

Homes and Antiques Magazine - - JOURNAL -

A party just isn’t a party with­out a vin­tage bar cart adorned with glasses, straws, stir­rers and de­li­cious drinks to sip. Discover how to make the most of yours, and swot up on tasty cock­tail recipes to wow your guests. (£16.99, Chron­i­cle Books) Il­lus­tra­tor, crafter and all- round doyenne of party plan­ning, Darcy Miller ex­plains how to make your spe­cial oc­ca­sions mem­o­rable. From pick­ing a theme to writ­ing the in­vi­ta­tions, this is the ul­ti­mate guide to host­ing. (£ 20, Wil­liam Mor­row) Whether you’re plan­ning an in­ti­mate din­ner or a large- scale knees- up, Dec­o­rate for a Party is sure to ignite your cre­ativ­ity. Choose from a vast ar­ray of DIY party ideas, and see how to tai­lor each look to your space. (£ 20, Jac­qui Small)

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