No ski pass? No problem. You can host this après-ski-inspired affair in the comfort of your own living room–turned–lodge.
To create a one-ofa-kind tray, have a piece of glass cut to fit in the middle section of a vintage snowshoe. (It’ll cost roughly $30.) Hold the sheet in place with glass bumpers.
Ski Slope Menu Sign
Point guests in the direction of snacks with wooden signage—simple jumbo craft sticks with colored edges— glued to a stick from the yard. Stand in a piece of foam topped with fake snow (joann.com).
What’ll it be? A chilled beer (nestled in an ice-filled soda crate) or a helping of stovetop Warm Tea-and-Cider Punch (see recipe, page 89).
Is there anything more indulgent than this Canadian delicacy featuring French fries topped with gravy and cheese curds? Probably not, eh? (See the gloriously rich recipe on page 89.)
Mitten Silverware Garland
Fill cable-knit mittens (theirishstore.com) with folded napkins and flatware, and tie with pretty blue twine (amazon.com) and eucalyptus leaves. Hang from thick twine with clothespins, or place alongside plates.
Serve homemade hot toddies on a DIY snowshoe server (pg. 33).
Sheepskin Rug $30 for 28"-by-16"; ikea.com
Plaid Napkins $27 for 6; wayfair.com