|Making Your Own Invitations|
If you don’t know by now, 365Hangers asked yours truly to break down my 7 best tips for throwing a holiday party for less. It’s been plastered all over my FACEBOOK here and 365Hanger’s blog here. Those whom liked/ commented/ shared the posts were automatically entered to win a $25 gift card to shop designer looks for less on 365Hangers.
A total mom-and-pop shop in the corner of a busy Costa Mesa marketplace, Bella Cuba looks like just another franchise popular with corporate lunchers who flock to this area for their afternoon break. Upon entering this bright bazaar, you’re instantly greeted with heart happy Holas! and service with gleaming white smiles. It seriously goes uphill from there with some of the best house-made sangrias this side of the Atlantic.
Join me all week on 365Hangers and Haute Khuuture’s FACEBOOK page as I detail my 7 BEST tips for throwing a holiday party on a budget! I’ve got you covered on everything DIY from making your own invitations, to decking your walls, and even down to setting the menu and music! Like, comment, or share the posts and you can win one of two $25 gift cards to shop your heart out on 365Hangers! Read all about my week as a guest editor HERE on The 365Blog!
Day 1: Making your own holiday invitations!
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Ask me what my favorite type of cuisine is and I will almost always exclaim FRENCH!!!
I love the aromas, I DIE for butter, and don’t even get me started on the plethora of stinky cheeses humminaaaa huminaaaaa. So when Traditions by Pascal closed earlier this year to make way for another dining establishment, my heart leaped out of my chest, plummeted on a nearby butcher block, and was bludgeoned to death by rusty cleavers knowing full well that yet another one bit the dust. Mind you, I don’t even think Traditions was that spectacular, but when 1 out of maybe 4 good French eats closes down around town, I scream bloody murder and weep until someone answers my call.
I gotta admit guys, this was one CHALLENGING week for me. Where personal issues have me clearly preoccupied and business ventures have me swerving every which way but straight, the blog’s been relegated to a space that I would never desire to corner her in again: the backburner.