If you’re throwing a holiday party, get ready! They can be stressful and overwhelming. Here are 10 ways to help you out with that! From cleaning products to decorations, I’ve got it for you. Happy partying!
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Serving Utensils 1 of 9Having unique serving ware and utensils is a great touch to the holiday dinner table. These tongs are perfect!
Buy them on Etsy for $42.
Garland 2 of 9A simple garland can go a long way. No need to overdo it!
Buy them at West Elm for $19.
Clean Up! 3 of 9For both before the party and after, you have to have some dependable and tough cleaners. I love Method, it makes clean up so much more enjoyable.
Buy some here from Method.
Killer Outfit 4 of 9I need this outfit ASAP. A great outfit that is also comfortable is a must for hosting a holiday party.
Buy the skirt at JCrew for $198.
Great Smells 5 of 9You don't want the great smell of candles to compete with that of the food, but having a wonderful scent by the entryway makes for a fantastic first impression!
Buy it here for $30 at Oliver's Twist.
Invites 6 of 9If you are going to throw a holiday party, you might as well make it official with some pretty invites.
Buy them here for $18 from Rifle Paper Co.
Plan Ahead 7 of 9I swear by this! Every time I throw a party I have to plan out what will go where and who will go where. Call me controlling, but it makes the party so much more enjoyable for the host.
See more here on Country Living.
Music 8 of 9You have to have music! This little boombox-type speaker system is supposed to be phenomenal.
Buy it here for $299 at Amazon
Coat Rack! 9 of 9This might seem a little over the top, and you certainly don't have to have an actual coat rack, but it is a great idea to have an organized location for everyone to put their coats and bags. Somewhere out of sight and out of mind.
Buy them here for $50 on Amazon.
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