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Why not add a bit of wine to your next holiday party. I had a blast creating this fun holiday Party Table Scape that will hopefully inspire some decor for one of your next gatherings.
I chose three varieties of Sutter Home Wines to display in this adorable holiday setting. The Sutter Home Red Blend (shown in the glasses) is a nice wine for a party because it's not overly dry, and much more easy drinking than some red wines for those who only drink it occasionally. Next, the Sutter Home Cabernet Sauvignon is a bit more robust and a full dry wine, so people who like a drier reds will love the fact that you chose this for them. Lastly, the Sutter Home Chardonnay is a medium dry varietal featuring "fresh pear and citrus aromas...with creamy peach and apple flavors". Sutter Home Chardonnay is nice for a party because a lot of people prefer a chilled white wine because it super easy-drinking. This wine is not super sweet, it's a medium dry - which I like a lot!
Have you ever tried any of these varietals of wine before? What flavors of wine do you like to serve at your gatherings?
Sutter Home Wine is great for bringing people together during the holiday season. Any excuse to get together with friends and family is wonderful! Sutter Home has been around for 65 years, and is family-owned. They provide award winning California wines, that have received over 350 gold metals since 2004 - that's awesome.
Looking for a super cute and super quick gift? This can be brought to a party very easily, and you probably already have some wrapping paper, tape, and ribbon to decorate your own! This is such a thoughtful and one of a kind gift!
HOW TO: Cut a piece of wrapping paper in pieces that are 6.75" long x 2.75" tall. I used silver paper and kraft paper. I taped each label to the mini wine bottles, then added ribbons and stickers over top of the papers. I also adorned the tops of the bottles with wine charms, made with metallic mini ornaments, tied with embroidery thread.
I started this setup with a sheer rose gold-ish material with glitter dots all over it. I found this in the clothing fabrics. I also used this beautiful pale pink/mauve garland, white irridescent pom picks, pearl white berries, my hand-painted cone trees and mini house (detailed below), and of course, my wines!
Actually, my favorite part of the decor is the furry white fabric I used for the background, and the silver glitter FA LA LA banner I created (also detailed below). It's SO fun getting crafty for the holidays!
These wine charms are great! The colors actually inspired all of the colors for this party setup. I strung 3 ornaments onto the strings provided in the package of ornaments. I then tied the strings around the stems of the glasses, and loved how these added a big pop of color to the scene!
I originally wanted to find a paper mache deer and mount it above this fun party table scape. BUT, when I got to the store, each and every one had broken antlers, poor things! So, I found this adorable paper mache house (the top comes off so you could put lights inside), and painted it light blue and white. I also loved how dramatic these cute paper machine cone trees looked after painting them raspberry, light pink, and the same light blue as the house. (AND, as I was creating this little scene, I realized how appropriate a house is for a project inspired by Sutter Home!!) I do wish that light blue paint had been a bit more mint (like the label suggested), but I also liked the contrast of the light blue to the rosey/pink tones of the rest of the decor I chose.
I also found some cute, metallic round boxes at a dollar store, and love how they added so much visual interest and height to the table.
This banner takes the cake for my favorite DIY of the holidays so far! I have been seeing these adorable FA LA LA LA LA banners all over Pinterest, so I found myself some glittery material in the aisle with the felt sheets at my favorite craft store. It's almost like it's backed with a thick fabric, and the glitter didn't fall off like I thought it would. It was pretty easy to cut with my kitchen scissors. For a decor item that can cost upwards of $15-20, this one costs less than $2!!! SO COOL! I provided the printable below, the letters have been reversed so you just have to save the black and white image to your computer, print it, cut out the letters, and trace them onto the back of the glitter sheet. Then, use scissors to cut these letters, or make a banner to say whatever clever phrase you can think of!