entertaining during the holidays

Holiday Hosting Handbook Collection

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entertaining during the holidays

Hosting the holidays is such a fun experience, but it takes a lot of practice to master.

Over the years, I’ve written quite a few blog posts on holiday hosting tips, and today I thought it would be fun to pop them all together into one helpful collection.

Think of it as a holiday hosting handbook.

As I write new posts, I’ll drop them into this list, too, so it can be your yearly reference to everything you need to keep your sanity in November and December and pull off the perfect party.

Included are tips on decorating, entertaining, hosting overnight guests, and easy DIYs.

Holiday Hosting Handbook Collection

For Overnight Guests:

For Thanksgiving Decorating:

For Pulling Off The Perfect Thanksgiving:

For General Party Hosting Tips:

For Saving Your Sanity:

For A Fun Take-Home Party Favor:

More Tips Coming Soon!


Need A Holiday Planner?

Grab the Printable Holiday Planner Kit from my Etsy shop for only $10.50. It has November and December calendars, Black Friday shopping and gift-giving lists, party planning sheets, wrapping paper and greeting card lists, and even a tradition tracker for next year. I use this planner for Thanksgiving and Christmas every single year, and it keeps me from stress-eating all the turkey and Santa’s cookies while no one is looking. (Sorry, Santa!)

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