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Best Friends and Sisters
Party-throwing pals …. Amanda Willis says that she and her older sister have been best friends “since I was born.” With just three years between them, Amanda and Ashley did everything together, from dance class as toddlers to having the same group of friends in high school and beyond……… “Our passion for parties grew into a blog, The Sisters’ Soiree, that we started a year ago”.
Read the full article from AllParenting here .
How to be a Gracious Host for Holiday House Guests
“Aside from fresh towels in their room, include travel-size toiletries in case they forgot any of their own,” advises Ashley Willis, co-founder of party-planning blog The Sisters’ Soiree (thesisterssoiree.com). “Include a hand-written ‘Welcome to Our Home’ note on the dresser, that says ‘we’re happy to have you!”
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SERVE UP SOME FUN!
In addition to serving foods in non-traditional ways, serve food in creative containers to make your appetizers more fun. The sisters at The Sisters’ Soiree also believe in serving appetizers in fun ways that are “outside the plate.” Amanda Willis suggests using mason jars for pretzels and veggies, shot glasses for little bites like an individual shrimp cocktail or a taste of gazpacho and martini glasses for dips …
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Beyond Green Beer: 9 Shamrock-Inspired St. Patrick’s Day Recipes
Irish Car Bomb Cupcakes: An easy chocolate cupcake recipe from TheSistersSoiree.com gets fancy with the addition of Guinness.Feeling really festive? Top with a simple buttercream mixed with Baileys Irish Cream, and a chocolate ganache with a splash of Jameson
Read the full article from Mint.com’s Frugal Foodie Blog here
Hosting Thanksgiving on a Tight Budget
“If you shop regularly at one grocery store and use their club card or savings card, you might be eligible for a free frozen turkey,” said Amanda Willis, blogger with The Sisters’ Soiree.
Read the full article from MainStreet.com here