It is common to see throw blankets draped over the backs of chairs in outdoor cafes in Europe once the weather turns chilly. How lovely would it be to adopt this tradition for a cozy party at home? I love these antler blankets; they are thick and made from repurposed wool.
I know flutes are supposed to be better at holding champagne bubbles, but I can't resist the vintage appeal of these saucer-style glasses from Kate Spade. Polka dots with my bubbly? Yes, please!
Gather a flock of these little owl mugs on a tray next to the stove top, and let guests serve their own hot toddies.
These glasses are so chic for holding hot drinks. And they get bonus points for protecting your fingers with a band of cool-to-the-touch stainless steel. They're genius!
I would love to place several of these gorgeous hurricanes around my living room for a party. Mercury glass looks so festive with twinkling lights.
These petite, hand-turned maple candy dishes from Herriott Grace would make any dessert feel really special — even if you just picked it up at the grocery store. For bonus points, pick up a pack of Herriott Grace cake flags too.
Add a little nerd-chic to your bar cart with this measuring beaker. And as a leftie myself, I appreciate the twin pouring spouts.
I like adding something a little kitschy to any party — something that will spark conversation and get people smiling. And come on, who wouldn't like candy cane–shaped doughnuts?
Try out this special marshmallow roasting tool over a fire bowl in your backyard and voila — s'mores without camping!