What We’re Loving: The Weekly Roundup
Today on The Daily Meal
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We’re in full-blown entertaining mode this week, and if we pooled together all of our What We’re Loving items this week, we’d be ready for a bash.
It’s definitely impossible to decide on a favorite — but those Band of Outsider cookie cutters are so adorable, we might have to call them the winner. A fashionable cookie? Come on — you know we love that.
However, those wedding coasters from BHLDN come in at a close second, as nothing says memories like drunken advice from your Uncle Sal — agreed?
Onto the list!
When you're hosting the masses, you have to think in mass quantities — five dozen shrimp cocktails, six cases of beer, eight loaves of bread, etc. — which is why it’s great to have serving ware fit for large groups as well.
Place these at the tables during your wedding reception for guests to leave their two cents on how to make it as husband and wife. It will be an interactive way for guests to get to know other guests at the table, plus, you’ll see how the comments progress after a few celebratory cocktails.
We came across a few of his place settings that were ideal for mixing and matching, so we’re spotlighting all three rather than just singling one out.
Bringing baking to an all-time fashion high, these cutters are easy-to-clean, stainless steel, and have soft silicone handles to make your runway-worthy sweets a cinch.
These cheerful cocktail napkins from Pier 1 Imports would be a great pop of color on your bar during the holidays and would most definitely bring a little life to a table. And the slogan — eat, drink, and be merry — clearly embodies all of the good things about the holidays, doesn't it?
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