With Thanksgiving just a couple of weeks away, it’s the perfect time to think about how to wow your guests during this year’s Thanksgiving party. As you work hard preparing a Thanksgiving dinner that will have even Chef Gordon Ramsay sing your praises, you can’t be faulted for not paying more attention to the dinner table itself. Worry not, however, because Treetopia has your bases covered with a few Thanksgiving tablescapes that will make any Thanksgiving dinner a delight—without resorting to clichéd themes that remind you of your grandmother’s house.
Zombie motorcycles, man eating piranhas, and Samurai cops – B movies have always produced characters and storylines that range from the ridiculously awful to the downright bizarre. A guilty pleasure for most and an obsession for some, B-movies would make a great theme for your upcoming Halloween party. Treat your guests to an unforgettable night inspired by Hollywood’s most forgettable films with our step-by-step guide on how to throw the ultimate B-movie Halloween Party.
Just a few weeks have passed since fashion week, so it’s not surprising if you’re still experiencing a “fashion hangover.” The deluge of design inspiration and fashion-themed ideas from this world-famous event is a wonderful resource for home décor schemes and party themes that will help you bring the world of fashion into your home. If you’re planning to throw a stylish fall party, you’re in luck. With just a few fashion-themed tips and tricks, this post will show you how you can recreate the excitement of fashion week at home with your very own “fashionista party.”
You’ve got everything prepped and ready, and your home is a bastion of autumn décor, but what are you planning to serve your guests? Your magazine spread-worthy pumpkin and pinecone display notwithstanding, a party isn’t a party without some stomach-filling, sweet tooth-satisfying, and thirst-quenching treats. If you’re clueless about what to serve your famished guests, don’t lose heart. Preparing a satisfying and beautiful autumn feast is not as daunting as it sounds.
Whether we realize it or not, as guests, we all seem to follow the same rules to ensure the host of a party will welcome us back with open arms. For example, criticizing the choice of food and wine is a mortal sin at the dinner table, and arriving unannounced or with an unexpected companion is a definite no-go. But how about playing the part of a perfect party host?
Warm weather, bright colors, pool parties, and outdoor picnics –every good thing deserves a happy ending. As the sun slowly sets on summer, consider hosting a party to savor every exciting moment the season has to offer. Here are some tips and ideas to help you create a fun and memorable summer send-off party.
Don’t let the scorching heat stop you from enjoying weekend get-togethers with family and friends. When the weather gets a little too hot to barbecue, invite everyone over for a good old-fashioned ice cream social. This type of party is a fun way to stay cool during the summer and it’s perfect for all ages. Here’s the scoop on how to throw a successful ice cream party.
Lots of people consider Christmas in July as the perfect excuse to throw parties and have fun. If that’s the case, where do we sign up? People who celebrate this non-holiday do so in traditional Christmas party style—complete with the winter trappings. But if you find heavy sweaters, an open fire, and calorific eggnog way too warm for July, then a summer-friendly Caribbean cruise theme is what you need.
Get your guests on board with the cruise ship theme by sending out paper or email invitations fashioned as “boarding passes.” Choose from dozens of free online templates or create your own with cruise-related images, like anchors, palm trees, or ocean liners.
Casual dining attire on cruise ships can be a simple polo shirt and slacks for men, and a breezy top and skirt for women. For a brighter affair, ask guests to come in colorful tropical shirts, linen pants, and comfortable sundresses. As the host, you get the privilege of wearing a captain’s hat.