Tips for hosting a holiday girl’s night

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holiday-girls-night-ideasThe holidays are a great excuse to host a much-needed girls night with your besties. Wineries are fun, but why not bring the wineries to your home and host a holiday wine night?! We’ve got 10 tips to throw the perfect wine party for your closest girlfriends here. And if you’re wondering what to serve at your fabulous holiday girl’s night, check out these fun recipe ideas here.

Our tips for hosting a holiday girl’s night will leave you less stressed and ready to enjoy a fun and relaxing evening with your girlfriends.

I don’t know what’s better for a holiday girl’s night – wine or dessert?! Since it’s the holidays and we’ve all thrown our diets out of the window until at least January, a girl’s night-in is the best time to enjoy those delicious holiday desserts, including these festive Melting Snowman Cookie Balls. They are fun and easy to make and will be a hit with your friends! Get the recipe here.

If your holiday girl’s night is a pot luck, be clear about what your guests should bring. If you’re going to stick to wine and either appetizers or desserts, tell your girls to bring their favorite dish or bottle of wine. Doing a pot luck will take most of the stress off of the hostess. You can even turn it into a fun dessert contest to see who brought the best dessert! Then award some holiday prizes to the winner or winners. There are a lot of things you can do to make your holiday girl’s night something to remember. Just think about your friends and their personalities and what they would enjoy!

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of NABISCO. The opinions and text are all mine.



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