Holiday Cocktail Party Essentials in Gold: 6 Easy Ideas!

Glistening in gold! That’s the vision we have for hosting a casual afternoon cocktail party this holiday season. With just 6 easy ideas for entertaining, we’re sure that your winter party will be a breeze to plan. Think personalized details from your invitations to drinkware with glamorous accents of gold.

Entertaining Essentials in Gold for a Holiday Cocktail Party

Gold holiday party essentials

Send your party invitations (2) out early in a bubbly-inspired invite. For appetizers, consider an Asian-fusion fare with shrimp wontons, Asian spring rolls, and bbq pork skewers. You can also include flavorful sandwiches and herb-infused breads. Serve them in chic appetizer plates (1) on gold presentation trays (5). Keep sticky fingers clean by having gold confetti cocktail napkins (3) on hand.

As for drinks, think sparkling California wines that are light and flavorful. Present these bubbly delights in modern stemless glasses (6) that are personalized. Then, why not make some trendy gold agate coasters (4) to rest these pretty wine glasses! They can even double up as lovely take-home favors for guests.

Since glamour is the theme, make it a sweet one, too. Let guests indulge in holiday confections like peppermint bark, sea salt caramels, crunchy pralines, and flavored marshmallows. Include a chocolate tower of truffles presented on a 3-tier stand. And for a more elaborate ending, present a winter white holiday cake sprinkled with edible gold glitter!

Product Sources:  1 – Sassy Sweet Porcelain Appetizer Plate Set via Pier 1 Imports / 2 – Party Invitations via Tiny Prints / 3 – Cocktail Napkins via Amazon / 4 – Agate coasters DIY via About.com / 5 – Golden Sparkle Lacquer Serving Tray via World Market / 6 Personalized Gold Dotted Stemless Wine Glass Set via Beau-coup

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