Holiday get-togethers are the time to make your table as pretty as a picture. So we asked some of the stylists who pick out the dishes, utensils and glasses for our photo shoots to share their best tips and go-to sources. One thing they all agreed on? Matchy-matchy is out. Family heirlooms mixed with modern pieces and thrift-store finds are in. Here are picks some of our favorite stylists love.
It's the fall routine you remember as a kid: After picking the perfect pumpkins at a local farm, you'd spread crinkly newspapers on the kitchen table. Scraping the pumpkin seeds (and separating out the goop) led to the perfect jack-o'-lantern... and the perfect supply for making roasted pumpkin seeds.
This is not a drill. This morning, Target released the first look of everyone's favorite HGTV couple's line of homewares, Hearth & Hand with Magnolia. Click here to check it out!
Let's be honest. The best thing about game day? Undeniably, the food. This season we're loving snack boards. They're easy to build, highly customizable and oh-so-tasty. The best thing about these boards? They're almost as fun to look at as they are to eat. Serve them on a big, solid-colored platter or a wooden cutting board and let people dig in as they please—there is something for everyone. Try one of these four variations to get started.
Long, sunny days call for meals to be enjoyed outdoors. Whether it's a romantic dinner for two at your local park or an all-day beach party with 20 friends, bringing the right supplies assures a joyful meal. Disposable plates, forks and cups may be cheap and easy, but if you'd like to reduce, reuse and recycle a little more, here are a few of our favorite sustainable items to make sure your picnic is not only tasty but also green and stylish. Pack up your favorite sandwiches, snacks and a chilled bottle of rosé—it's time to bring the party outside.
Planning a Thanksgiving menu is work in itself—add in a factor like a gluten allergy or gluten intolerance and it can become that much more complicated. We went ahead and did the planning for you and created a delicious gluten-free menu everyone will love. Whether you're a seasoned gluten-free cook or are still learning the ins and outs of the diet, these mouthwatering recipes and step-by-step guide will make cooking your Thanksgiving feast easy, organized and stress-free.
Whether you're hosting your first Thanksgiving, celebrating Friendsgiving or just want to take advantage of a fully preplanned menu, we've got you covered. With this low-stress, budget-friendly meal plan, you'll impress your friends and family and leave your Instagram followers drooling with envy. The whole menu comes in at less than $10 per serving ($9.42 to be exact), so you can go all out and celebrate, without breaking the bank.
This holiday season let your party guests practice some merry mixology. Inside-the-Beltway cocktail guru Sebastian Zutant, of The Red Hen, supplies inspiration for all the mixers, syrups and garnishes you need for a do-it-yourself sparkling-wine cocktail station.