12 Days of Holiday Style: Holiday Bar Cart
In just four days it will be Christmas Eve and I’ll be hosting my first dinner in my new home! Time is just flying by as I have been scrambling to get everything ready. Two things I do have prepared are my outfit (obviously) and my bar cart (naturally.) It was the first piece of furniture I set up when I moved in last week. I had been saving up items to decorate it with for months. Within one hour of set up, I had it fully stocked with beverages. Seeing it all finally come together I felt like I could finally relax and have a drink.
I expect it will be the life of the party this Christmas and for many celebrations to come. Just a few tips for hosting…
- Make sure to include non-alcoholic beverages such as Martinellies apple cider and sparkling water. Not everyone likes to drink alcohol and they want to make use of your fun bar cart too!
- Have extra bottles and clean glasses as backup in case anything runs out. Make sure to store extra white wine and champagne in the fridge to keep it chilled.
- Have plenty of ice on hand for drinks and to keep open bottles of champagne and white wine chilled.
- Double check to make sure you have all the right utensils (bottle opener, wine cork screw, ice bucket, etc.)
This year I will also be trying out a new hot apple cider receipt that I got. I’ll post it on the blog soon! Looking fowrad to showing you my last few holiday style looks (including another home tour!) Thanks for reading and make sure to check out the other 12 Days of Holiday Style looks and giveaways here: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 |
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Wearing: dress: Express | heels: JustFab(old) | bracelets: unknown | ring: Forever21 | necklace: SoleSociety (old)
Bar Cart: Sole Society | Ice buckets: Home Goods | picture: Ebay | glasses: West Elm | bowls: Target
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Thank you Alyssa! Merry Christmas to you, too!