Remember yesterday when I walked you through how to throw a super easy practically ‘effortless’ holiday cocktail party? Well, today you are going to get to watch the feature film of said party (and see the tips in action and a sneak peek into The Fig House space).
In case you wanted to savor the laughter and debauchery, here are some still photos of the party with some of my favorite people.
It was a small party – just a couple gals, a couple gays and a baby who was trying to eat a miniature apple as only a baby could – failing adorably. And that’s Ginny’s arm, she didn’t make it into the shots but her wrist is really carrying the whole scene.
They drank and laughed and swapped hilarious stories about holiday parties past.
And we apparently handed each other food a lot – because its the season of giving so sometimes you just give pass sandwiches back and forth a few times. Thanks to Scott, Orlando, Corbett and Ginny for coming. I had leftover cheese for days. While many of the items I use are vintage, here’s how you, too, can get the look! Friends and baby not included.
Resources: 1. Whiskey Glasses | 2. Gold Cheese Knife Set | 3. Copper Tray | 4. Copper Candle Sticks | 5. Punch Bowl | 6. Gold Votive Holder | 7. Chopping Boards | 8. Small Votive Jar | 9. Copper Mercury Glass Bottleneck | 10. Moscow Mule Mugs | 11. Tongs | 12. Faceted Punch Glasses
This post and video was in partnership with Harmon Kardon because style is silent and weird without good music to listen to. :) And check out the tips on how to throw this party from this post. Photo Credit: Tessa Neustadt
Video by the lovely gentlemen of Sharkpig (Thanks, Steve!). To watch other videos about beautiful sound with me by Sharkpig click here and here. And thanks to The Fig House for letting us shoot at their beautiful space (If I do say so myself)