Learn 4 sim­ple ways to spruce up your din­ner party. Easy En­ter­tain­ing


Victorian Homes - - Contents - By Carly Evans

1. Name cards. These are the per­fect pieces to add to any din­ner ta­ble and make your guests feel spe­cial. You can go sim­ple and sweet with hand­writ­ten slips of pa­per or for­mal with printed and dec­o­rated cards to give a din­ner added el­e­gance. 2. Cen­ter­pieces. Ev­ery ta­ble needs a cen­ter­piece to make it pop. These can fol­low the sea­sons or a din­ner theme. Just make sure no cen­ter­piece is too high, or your guests will have dif­fi­culty talk­ing to one an­other. 3. Visit the farmer’s mar­ket. The farm­ers mar­ket is a great re­source for fresh in­gre­di­ents. Find a lo­cal mar­ket to buy your veg­eta­bles and spices. Your guests will ap­pre­ci­ate the fresh food you pre­pare. 4. Small por­tions. Bite-sized food is most of­ten on the kids' menu, but when you’re prepar­ing a va­ri­ety of de­li­cious dishes, ev­ery­one should be able to ap­pre­ci­ate the fla­vors. Smaller por­tions of ap­pe­tiz­ers or desserts will al­low your guests to try a lit­tle bit of ev­ery­thing.

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