4 Ways to Spice Up Your Winter Party Planning
Baby it’s cold outside, so why not stay inside and plan a party?
Here are 4 simple ways to spice up your winter event.
- Create a Seasonal Menu
We’re lucky to experience the four seasons here in New England! Take advantage of that by incorporating in-season winter produce and comfort foods into your menu.
Our Fall Feast Menu – highlighting Butternut Squash Bisque and Cider Braised Pork Shoulder – is a crowd-pleaser for late-fall and winter events, and you can’t go wrong with a Soup & Salad Station. Other cold weather favorites include Baked Mac n’ Cheese, Lasagna, Guinness Beef Stew and Pulled Pork.
- Craft a Signature Cocktail
Crafting a signature cocktail is a surefire way to host a memorable party for your guests! Consider a Hot Toddy, Warm Cider or Cranberry Martini, or create your own spin on a classic drink.
- Turn Your Space into a Winter Wonderland
It’s chilly outside, so turn your event space into a cozy Winter Wonderland! Warm up the space with seasonal flowers, wreaths or pinecone “garland.” And treat your guests to a coffee or DIY hot cocoa bar. Candles, string lights and uplighting can also create a cozy vibe.
- Provide a Seasonal Activity
Maybe the weather doesn’t allow for hanging out on the patio, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have some indoor fun! Provide an activity for your guests like DIY gingerbread houses, a wintery photo booth, or old-fashioned board games!
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