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5 Senses of Christmas Entertaining

Updated: 3 days ago

A successful hostess remembers one of the most important factors to make her guests feel welcome: engage all 5 senses! When entertaining, ask yourself, “How have I embraced taste, smell, sight, sound and feel?” It is easy to do and your friends and family will be left saying to themselves, “I don’t know what is was, but that was a fabulous party!”

See: Christmas lights, beautiful poinsettias, and a fire in the fireplace are all you need.

Smell: Put cloves and cinnamon on the stove, fresh pine in the entryway or light your favorite scented Christmas candle.

Taste: Tastes of Christmas include ginger, nutmeg, peppermint, and cranberries.

Touch: Textured pillows on the couch and warm throws bring comfort to your home.

Hear: Walk into a home filled with the sense that evokes the strongest emotion: music. For a quick playlist download Lisa Lou – Christmas on Spotify.

Together with you,

Lisa Lou


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