Q: What do I do if I want to do grand celebrations at home during the holidays, but my kitchen skills are far from good?
A: Holidays are all about decorations and imagery. It’s all about making things look presentable and camera-ready. If you can’t cook, worry not! You can order food from outside to save time. Serve the food on high-end tableware to make it look classy.
Q: What do I do to set the “holiday” tone of the party?
A: If you want to set the tone of the party, aside from the decorations, you must see to it that the lighting is on point. Depending on the mood you are aiming for, you can use candle lights, yellow lights, or technicolor lights to make it suitable for the occasion.
Q: How do I decorate for the holidays, but not spend a lot?
A: You can pick something seasonal rather than holiday specific. For example, choose a design that signifies the winter holidays. That way, you won’t have to change decorations after Christmas day. You can use the decorations for the whole winter season, which is cost effective in the long run.
Q: Should I still get a Christmas tree even if my home has little space?
A: Regardless of space, Christmas wouldn’t be complete without a Christmas tree. Even a miniature Christmas tree that you can put on the table would suffice. Christmas feels different when there’s a tree at home.