6 Tips for a Memorable and Insightful Cocktail Party
It's that time of year again! Your favorite party, the one where you really get to dress up and have some fun. You can't wait to see what everyone will wear, but be warned - it might not be as good as yours. This is your chance for a little bit of bragging, so make sure you're ready by checking out these 6 tips for hosting the best cocktail party this season has ever seen.
1. Have a theme for your party, like "French Revolution" or "Sophisticated Soiree"
Who doesn't love a theme? Just make sure it's not a costume party first.
2. Choose the right drink for the occasion - something light and refreshing for summertime or a hot winter beverage
A nice chill white wine in the summertime. Serve in fun glasses
3. Create an atmosphere that's inviting to guests with music, lighting, and decorations
You can find string lights that are solar-powered.
4. Prepare appetizers in advance so you're not stuck in the kitchen all night.
If you cook something that can be popped in the oven just to reheat is great to pair with another that is cold and ready to go and all you need is to pull it out of the fridge.
5. Offer food options that are easy to eat while socializing - hors d'oeuvres rather than full meals
Grab a loaf of sourdough slice thick and toast top with an array of toppings for a bruschetta board
6. Serve drinks in glasses with straws so people can chat without getting their hands dirty.
My favorite sum mer drink is a pain killer.
So, whether you're hosting a cocktail party or attending one at someone else's house for a holiday season, make sure to follow these 6 tips. You'll be the talk of the town and might even have everyone wishing they had invited you to their soiree! Add that extra flair with some personal chef service from us - we can provide everything needed for your party including food, drinks, and more. It doesn't get much better than that! Which tip are you most excited about? Share it in the comments below and don’t forget to book your personal Chef today before it’s too late!