4 tips for throwing a gorgeous fall dinner party
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There's nothing like a cozy dinner party with close friends and family on a chilly October night. It's the tiniest touches like painted pine cones and a bouquet of fall flowers that make the ambience just right. That's why we've assembled 4 tips for becoming the hostess with the mostess. Check them out!
Wine Essentials 3-Piece Set | $49.99$19.99
Rustic accessories add the perfect amount of laid-back charm to an autumn dinner party. Mix and match retro accessories to make your guests feel at home. These wine tools may be brand new, but they bring that old school style we're talking about. Plus, they'll keep the bottles opening and the wine pouring.
Knork Titanium Flatware | $249.99$149.99
Layered copper, yellow and red tones make for colorful and festive place settings. Make your table the centerpiece of your event by scattering pine cones and displaying your favorite DIY candles and vases. This antique copper flatware set couldn't be more perfect for your fall féte!
Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet | $129.99$29.98
Wholesome fall vegetables and soups become daily staples when the weather cools, and they'll be a surefire hit with your guests. Try sautéing some brussel sprouts and bacon for a hardy fall replacement for the summer salad. This pre-seasoned skillet adds the extra flavor you need to quickly whip up the perfect side dish.
Healthy Cooking Course with 21 International Recipes | $588.00$19
Don't be scared to try out something new when you're entertaining! We especially love taking an online cooking course to pick up some new tricks, and using a dinner party as an excuse to flex our new cooking muscles. This course and recipe book features healthy recipes, too. So you can keep your health-conscious friends happy and well-fed.
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