When Liz Adams, blogger of Hello Adams Family, asks to throw a lil holiday soiree inside DL Loft, we say, YAY!
First up, we set a large tasting bar with blush florals, and boards filled with charcuterie, crudite, smoked trout, antipasta and more.
Big, bountiful boards make a splashy, colorful presentation and create a gorgeous wow as guests enter the party.
Brazilian Pao de Queijo, tiny cheese rolls, are perfect to stuff with meats, cheeses and spreads for mini bites.
Crudite is always a favorite for bursts of fresh color and healthy flavors. Big bowls full of satsuma oranges are one of my favorite things for holiday tables and decor.
Pecorino and salami and mortadella and truffle ham...oh my!
For creatives, like bloggers and artists, a diy ornament bar is another favorite thing to holiday.
Fill platters and bowls with ornament balls, ribbons, metallic paint pens and scissors.
Guests (or a fabulous calligrapher) can write favorite words of the season: believe, joy, cheer, yay and add in beautiful long ribbon bows to finish.
Diy gift tag bar, anyone?
Using paper tags, twines, pom poms, metallic monogram stickers and more custom gift tags and placecards never looked better.
And now, time to party!
Santa Claus-mopolitans kicked off the festive evening with the spirit of the season.
Handpainted cookies, truffles, cocktail cakes and more set the tone for a pastel painted sweets bar.
Love ya Liz - so happy to help celebrate you and your dream team this happy holiday.
Cheers to christmas eve - time to celebrate in style.
Venue DL Loft
Cookies Toni Patisserie