RMM - Dec-20 - Jennifer Reiner

9. Don’t be afraid to ask for help cooking and preparing. Almost all of the time, your guests will be more than happy to step in and give you a hand. It is the season of giving after all, and people like to feel that they had an important role in preparing the meal. Hosting can be a daunting task. Don’t be shy about getting a helping hand. 10. Use a cake topper to spruce up the dessert. If you have a cake or pie for dessert, take this simple step to make it a holiday-themed dessert. Find fun toppers in store or online and place them on top of any cakes or pies you serve. Now, you have a festive dessert that looks like you put way more effort into than you did.

STEP 5: Make your home look festive. Concentrate on the rooms your guests will spend the most time in. A great-looking tree is always a reliable addition. You don’t need to do a lot to get that perfect holiday feel. Keep your decorations light and tasteful, using things like lights and candles in strategic locations. Add greenery around your house. A holiday table cloth, chair covers, and some stockings can transform a room.


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