Thursday, October 29, 2015

Tips for An Easy Pre-Trick or Treating Party!

It’s Halloween time! With roots in trickery and getting a good scare, Halloween offers the best opportunities for playful celebration all year long. Not to mention all the fantastic design possibilities that come with the holiday’s color palette and all the to DIE FOR seasonal treats!

Halloween is a great time to throw a party that brings the neighborhood together; all the witches and ghosties are already roving the streets in search of sugary treats. And good news: this year Halloween falls on a Saturday—no school the next morning!

If you have little ones who can barely wait to fill their bags with candy, throw a pre-trick or treating party for your children’s friends and their parents. If you don’t have any goblins at home, plan a party during prime time trick or treating hours. Guests can mingle and enjoy the fashion show as trick or treaters appear at the door.

Of course, nibbles must include Roasted Pumpkin Seeds (recipe below). Mix up a fun, blood red cocktail—Sangria, maybe?—and serve in the elegant and luxurious Soiree Glass Large Coupe. Scatter bowls of your favorite candy around the house, using new Chez Elle bowls, in mint green, pale coral, and ghostly white.

Soiree Glass Large Coupe
(Coaters by Laura Hooper Calligraphy. Photo by Abby Jiu. Styled by Lauryn Prattes.)

Chez Elle Bowls in White

Cook a quick pot of delicious and hearty Lentil Soup (recipe below) and ladle in to our Comfort Food bowls, and accompanied by simple green salad dressed in extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Garnish the salad with persimmon bits, pomegranate seeds, and chopped hazelnuts. Serve the greens on elegant black and gold Soiree Noire appetizer plates, or channel your inner Beetlejuice and serve on boldly black and white Soiree Noire dessert plates.

Comfort Food Bowls

Soiree Noire Dessert Plates
For dessert, bake up a batch of darling Owl Cookies (recipe below).

Rococo Noir Pedestal & Dauphine Candlesticks

Mix and match these recipes and patterns, and we guarantee your guests will have a frightfully good time! Happy Halloween!


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