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Home for the Holidays

 This post is sponsored by Better Homes and Gardens at Walmart.
Holiday Entertaining

It’s my favorite time of the year! I love holiday entertaining.

Let me show you what I did with a few new items, some of my old stuff and a few of my entertaining tips!

Have you seen the BHG items available at Walmart? I’m honored to be a part of the BHG Live Better Network and today I’m sharing some of my favorite items that I used to prep my buffet for holiday entertaining.

My number one holiday entertaining tip is keep it simple,  don’t host a fancy sit down meal or cook for days. Self-serve buffet-style is so much easier.

  • Set out the dinnerware, drinks and utensils on the buffet.
  • Use tried and true recipes.
  • Serve cocktails/mock-tails  and hors d’oeuvres.

Set up a casual holiday buffet.

  • A dedicated space for serving is great, use an old buffet or something like this BHG Buffet.Holiday Entertaining made easy

I love mixing my antique milk glass punch cups with my Better Homes and Gardens Square Dinnerware .

Serve store bought apple cider dressed up with apple and orange slices, it is delicious.

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A Mason Jar Drink dispenser and punch cups corralled on a tray.

Tips for casual holiday entertaining.

This Better Homes and Gardens tray was only $7.96, available in the store.Holiday Entertaining Tips

Home for the Holidays - entertaining ideas

  • Light up the area, I used two BHG Rustic Lamps with awesome burlap shades and a couple of candles in old silver pieces.

Home for the Holidays - holiday entertaining ideas

  • With a yard of fabric, cut to form napkins and I wrapped everything with burlap ribbon.  Perfect for casual get togethers.

Home for the Holidays - holiday entertaining ideas

  • Easy decor – one swag of evergreen, draped across the back of the server.
  • An old window with a chalkboard and a red berry wreath or whatever you have on hand.
  • Simple, no stress, use what you have to decorate.
  • After the party is over, just replace all the serve-ware with a few candles!
    Holiday Entertaining Tips

Enjoy the holidays, spend time with friends and family.

Source list of items that I used, most of them were purchased at Walmart:

Better Homes and Gardens Burlap Lamp Shades $14.97

Better Homes and Gardens Rustic Table Lamp Base $24.97

Better Homes and Gardens Square Dinnerware $39.92

Better Homes and Gardens Tray purchased in the store. $7.96

Better Homes and Gardens Mason Jar Wire Basket also purchased in the store. I’ve had this so long, I can’t remember how much it was 🙂

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    31 thoughts on “Home for the Holidays”

    1. Ohhh, how pretty everything looks! I don’t think I knew that BH&G had a line of items at Walmart. I don’t shop much these days. 🙂
      I love the square dinnerware!

      thanks for sharing Debbie!


    2. Making my shopping list for my next trip to Walmart. So many lovely things you found there to combine with your antique and vintage treasures. So, when can I stop by for a holiday cocktail? No mocktails for me!


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