Holiday Party Survival Guide

Thursday, December 5, 2013
Tis the season to go to holiday parties and events! If you're like me, you have too many parties and not enough time. Here are a few of my holiday party survival must-haves to help you get through the rest of 2013!
Holiday party survival guide
**Photo Credits: InStyle party looks | Christmas cards via Paperless Post | Hostess gifts ideas via Martha Stewart Holidays




Go-To-Party Recipe  – figure out what is the easiest, most appetizing dish you make and plan to make it for every potluck, bring a dish, random office gathering you’re invited to this holiday season! Keep is simple and easy on the wallet. I pick a different recipe every year so I can master a new dish by the end of the holiday season. 

Mix & Match Party Outfits – multiple parties and only one favorite party dress! Not a problem! Change up your party look with cardigans, scarves, stockings, and everyone’s favorite accessory -- shoes!  Go from work to glam with a few  mix and match fashion staples!!!

A Partner in Crime – phone a friend, force your fiancée, or call it family quality time but having a party partner in crime is a must! Bring somebody that will have a good time and schmooze just as well as you!

Stock up on Host(ess) gifts – a bottle of wine goes a long way!  It is always a good idea to keep a few hostess gifts handy for the holiday parties that creep up out of nowhere! I try to keep candles, extra holiday ornaments, and festive soaps stocked and ready to go.

Extra Christmas Cards – you never know who you might forget or where you might have to go! Keep a few extra greeting cards on hand for the holidays. I use my left over cards from the previous year to accompany any wine bottles (hostess gifts) we take to last minute holiday parties.

A Plan –juggling multiple parties means knowing your limits (for alcohol and time). It also means planning arrival times, transportation, and most importantly an exit strategy. 

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