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Real Talk

Cheers to a *Safe* Holiday Season

The holidays will look a little different this year, but we’re making new traditions and embracing small (or solo), casual gatherings. Below we’re sharing 4 tips to keep it simple and focus your energy on time with close family and friends.

Tip 1: Say Yes to a Store Bought Pie

Cross off one thing from your hosting to-do list with a store bought pie. They look picture-perfect, and when displayed on your own plate, no one will ever know.

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Tip 2: Mix and Match

Gone are the days of over-the-top entertaining. Mix and match textile patterns, dinnerware colors, flatware finishes and glassware for an easygoing, relaxed look. 

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Tip 3: Create a Charcuterie + Cocktail Station (& an amazing playlist)

Set up a charcuterie and cocktail station for guests to help themselves while you put the final touches on dinner. Make sure to curate a playlist beforehand so that you don’t have to worry about the music come dinner time. You can’t go wrong with Nina Simone, Father John Misty, and Leon Bridges. 


dinner plate, short drinking glass, 📸: @wesleytaylor


Tip 4: Repurpose Food as Decor

Simplify decor this year with seasonal fruits and veggies as centerpieces. Pears, figs, gourds, radishes, carrots and pumpkins are favorites this time of year (leave the long green stems on your carrots and radishes!)

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*Don't forget to place your order by Sunday, November 15th for delivery in time for turkey and dressing. 

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