BLAIR VOLTZ CLARKE DISHES OUT HER MOST IM­POR­TANT EN­TER­TAIN­ING AD­VICE:

Domino - - ENTERTAINING -

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

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