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Write on Both Sides of Place Cards      "Make sure place cards have first and last names, written legibly, on both sides, so guests know the names of people sitting opposite."    —Cameron Silver, vintage shop owner

Write on Both Sides of Place Cards "Make sure place cards have first and last names, written legibly, on both sides, so guests know the names of people sitting opposite." —Cameron Silver, vintage shop owner

"Separate couples when seating a dinner." —Monique Lhuiller, fashion designer Lisa Romerein/Getty Images  - HouseBeautiful.com

101 Party Dos & Don'ts

"Separate couples when seating a dinner." —Monique Lhuiller, fashion designer Lisa Romerein/Getty Images - HouseBeautiful.com

"Switch lamp bulbs to pale pinks, which make everyone look great." —Karen Bussen, event planner   - HouseBeautiful.com

101 Party Dos & Don'ts

"Switch lamp bulbs to pale pinks, which make everyone look great." —Karen Bussen, event planner - HouseBeautiful.com

How to Host a Magazine-Worthy Dinner Party // Bring out your BEST the next time you host a dinner party.

How to Host a Magazine-Worthy Dinner Party

How to Host a Magazine-Worthy Dinner Party // Bring out your BEST the next time you host a dinner party.

Here are seven EatingWell tips to make your party a success. (We make no promises about Aunt Matilda.)

Here are seven EatingWell tips to make your party a success. (We make no promises about Aunt Matilda.)

"Crispy ironed linens! There is nothing so luxurious as to sit at a table with a lovely ironed tablecloth and spread an ironed napkin over your lap."  —Barbara Barry, Designer

101 Party Dos & Don'ts

"Crispy ironed linens! There is nothing so luxurious as to sit at a table with a lovely ironed tablecloth and spread an ironed napkin over your lap." —Barbara Barry, Designer

Here's how to plan a menu // dinner party tips

How to Plan a Cohesive Multicourse Menu

● T I P S !    ● Write Yourself Notes.  ● "Buy a pad of sticky notes and write everything down that you need to do. Stick them all around the kitchen. When you finish a task, take down that note."—Lulu Powers, chef/catering company owner

101 Party Dos & Don'ts

● T I P S ! ● Write Yourself Notes. ● "Buy a pad of sticky notes and write everything down that you need to do. Stick them all around the kitchen. When you finish a task, take down that note."—Lulu Powers, chef/catering company owner

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