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While the cuisine is the obvious focus of a dinner party, it’s just as important to focus on atmosphere when “wowing” guests. Nothing will kill a serene atmosphere more quickly than a stressed-out hostess so make sure you’ve planned ahead. Creating dishes ahead of time and freezing them can help ease your state of mind during the day of the party. Many dishes can be prepared and frozen ahead of time such as appetizers and desserts. Cheese canapes, meat/cheese pinwheels, and many dips can be prepared days before your dinner party along with tiramisu, cookies, or pies for dessert. With only the main course to worry about, you’ll ensure that you have time to enjoy appetizers and chit chat with your guests rather than being tied to the kitchen and fretting over each course being served on time. A dinner party’s happy hostess who is involved with her guests, is just as important as the meal being served!

You may have a spotless house and a gourmet meal to offer, but nothing can impress a guest more than a feeling of welcome in your home. Whether guests are visiting for dinner or overnight, a thoughtful hostess will ensure that her guests feel like their company is truly appreciated. A smiling face, welcoming attitude, and perhaps a small gift at each place setting all impress upon your guests that they are special, creating an unforgettable night for everyone. The concept of hospitality goes far beyond serving the perfect meal, so put on your happy face, make your guests feel special, and above all…have fun yourself!

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