Party Essentials to Celebrate the New Year

December 29, 2016

Invite a few friends to ring in the new year at home. It’s not too late to plan your New Year’s party. Photo by Ivy de Leon A few bar essentials and simple festive decorations are … Continue reading




A Holiday Dining Room in Black & Gold

December 8, 2016

Decorating for the holiday season is easily one of my favorite things. Thankfully, as a Lifestyle Blogger, I have the luxury of creating new seasonal spaces every year. Sometimes even twice a year. As I … Continue reading




A New Tablescape for a New Year

January 4, 2016

It’s a new year, and I’m so ready for it! But since last year was also great, I felt that I should say goodbye to it in style. To do so, I created a New Year’s … Continue reading




5 Personal Gift Ideas for Everyone on Your List

November 16, 2015

The holidays are quickly approaching, which means ’tis the season to start prepping the turkey, decking the halls and giving presents to the people who matter most in your life! There’s no better way to … Continue reading




A Fun and Festive New Year’s Eve Table

December 29, 2014

I think the best New Year’s Eve parties are hosted at home gathered with family and friends. Each year we ring in the New Year with a festive table, confetti and champagne. Festive can be … Continue reading




A Sweet New Year’s Eve Celebration

December 23, 2014

New Year’s Eve is fast approaching and preparations are a must. Instead of worrying about how much money or how fancy and expensive this celebration almost always is, today I’m giving it a twist. As … Continue reading




8 Ways to Ring in the New Year with a Cocktail Party

December 31, 2013

Last minute parties are some of the best I’ve hosted and attended. Growing up we hosted many parties with plenty of friends and neighbors to join in the fun. Now is the perfect time to … Continue reading




How to Host a Family Friendly New Year’s Eve Party

December 26, 2012

I’m a huge fan of informal gatherings. Evenings that are more about people than presentation. However, that is easier said than done when it is time to open the front door and welcome my guests … Continue reading