BLAIR VOLTZ CLARKE DISHES OUT HER MOST IMPORTANT ENTERTAINING ADVICE:
Prep ahead, always.
Get out of your kitchen—
it’s your party, too!
Rethink your party favors. It isn’t about the cost but
the personal meaning.
If the lunch or dinner is seated, never sit spouses next to each other.
Don’t skimp on dessert— it’s just as important as the main course!
Inexpensive, small votives add ambience to any setting. Be sure not to place them too high on bookshelves— a guest’s hair caught fire
at our house one year!
With a large cocktail party, something I greatly admire is when
the hosts stand by the entrance.
Don’t panic when fine china breaks—
it’s a sign of a successful party!
Belvedere mixologists served up crisp concoctions, including a signature martini.
BLOUSE crepe de chine $665 moskov.co
A masterpiece by domino's very own market editor, Elaina Sullivan, adorns the gallery space.
“I’m Good With My Hands no. 3” painting by Elaina Sullivan