The classic go-to is a bottle of wine, and while it’s a lovely gesture, wine tends to lose its luster when it’s the twentieth bottle your host has received in one night. To help you avoid that, we’ve taken traditional gifts and added a unique twist for tons of ideas any hostess will love.
Struggling between a girl’s night out or a cozy evening at home? What if we told you that you can actually have both? With just a few steps, you can combine the best of both worlds into one unforgettable night. Here’s what you’ll need to plan it all out.
Ah, Valentine’s Day. When love blooms and cupid’s flawless aim brings together even the most unlikely pairs. We love a good love story, and are excited about these design couple goals that will have you singing simple love songs.
February is Black History Month, and we’re excited to celebrate. Black History Month officially became recognized by the U.S. government in 1976. It is a time to reflect on all of the past and present accomplishments of black Americans to U.S. society.
Hut, hut hike! As football season gets underway, where will your family and friends gather to watch the hoopla? Get your game on and prep a room to enjoy the excitement, food and camaraderie. Score a touchdown in everyone’s playbook with this checklist of 10 pregame changers for home.
Gal pal. Bestie. BFF. Whatever we call them, girlfriends, not diamonds, truly are a girl’s best friend. No matter how often we see them, girlfriends are our sounding boards and our confidence boosters. They’re who we turn to when we need a shoulder to cry on and who we count on for honest advice. So as a shout out to our homegirls, let’s plan an evening to celebrate girl power.
Memorial Day is on its way. And you know what that means… If you’re lucky enough to have the day off, it’s high time for some chillin’ and grillin’ with family and friends. Ready to get this party started?
YOU SEND THE RSVPS, WE’LL PROVIDE THE RECIPES (AND FURNISHINGS)
Mother’s Day is May 13 and this year, we’re spoiling mom in style. The only thing better than a handwritten thank you is a heartfelt brunch in her honor. We definitely suggest skipping the group text and inviting everyone by snail mail. It will certainly impress your guests and most importantly, your guest of honor.
Once the date is set, it’s time to get the house prepped.
A WARM WELCOME
Greet everyone with new and fun decor at your front door. Rely on your entryway to set the mood for the day.
Pssst don’t forget a wreath and balloons. It is mom’s day after all.
You can also make easy updates inside of your home with fresh plants, flowers, a pouf or two and a bold and bright rug.
Whether you’re hosting the gathering inside or out, we love making this portion of the day a laid back and family-friendly affair. Our brunch recipe is one that people can grab and go as they please. With no formal meal time, it’s more fun to let people mix, mingle and nosh when they are ready.
Night before, or 35 minutes before serving: Preheat oven to 400° F. In large skillet, over medium-high heat, combine sausage, mushrooms and onion. Sauté until sausage is cooked completely. Drain well; season to taste with salt and pepper. Combine eggs and sour cream in blender or food processor; whip 1 minute. Pour into greased 9 x 13-inch baking dish. Bake until eggs are softly set, 4 to 7 minutes. Spoon salsa evenly over top of eggs; add sausage mixture. Top first with Velveeta, then with mozzarella and cheddar.
To serve immediately, turn oven to broil; broil until cheeses melt. To serve the next day, refrigerate overnight. Bake at 325° F. about 30 minutes, until cheeses melt. Cut and serve with flat spatula.