Host a Neighborhood Block Party This Labor Day!

  Who doesn’t enjoy the first Monday in September off every year? Whether you’re planning on going camping with family or you are hosting a potluck dinner, you’ll probably be happy to miss a day of work on Labor Day. Other than the fact that is signifies the end of summer and that it is...

July 4th: Breaking Tradition in the Backyard

  I bet you know the history of the 4th of July. We all were required to read the Declaration of Independence in grade school and even some of us have it memorized. Even if you’re not knowledgeable about all of the history, you probably love a good hotdog, some fireworks, and backyard games with...

Memorial Day: More than just a Three-Day Weekend

  Memorial Day lands perfectly on the last Monday in May and is one of the most patriotic days in the U.S. Families and friends gather together from far and wide to celebrate and remember our fallen heroes. Smoke from barbecue grills fills the bright, blue-sky covering our free, great nation. Children’s laughter rival birdsongs...

An Energetic Easter Brunch

  Easter is a very special time for both Christians and non-Christians. This holiday is considered one of the biggest for born-again Christians who believe Jesus Christ was risen from the dead. There are records of Easter being celebrated as early as the second century. Following the religious celebration of Lent, Easter takes place every...

Surprise Your Valentine At Home With A Special Intimate Dinner!

  Isn’t it so spectacular to have a chance to plan something special for someone else? The moment they see that you’ve put hard work into pulling off an intricate dish or night of fun, their face beams with joy. It’s no wonder then that Henry Drummond once said, “you will find, as you look...

Holiday Parties

Are you someone who throws the party to remember for the rest of the year during the holidays? Are friends awaiting anxiously for your letterpressed invitations for your soiree? If this is you, you probably already know a thing or two about throwing the perfect holiday party. If this sounds like something you’d like to...

Holiday Tablescape Transitional Spin

  Why spend a lot of money and time creating two separate tables for Thanksgiving and Christmas? Once you’ve taken the effort to perfect your holiday table for November the 26th, it shouldn’t be another entirely new project to switch it up for the next event, Christmas. Don’t overthink the process and simply take a...

A Twist on Thanksgiving

If you’ve been following holiday trends, you’ve noticed that Christmas comes in all different hues and styles today. No longer is red and green the main colors when Santa drops down your chimney. Instead, whites, purples, and even golds have been dominating the decorating scene. So, why hasn’t Thanksgiving caught up? We’re not sure, but...

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