Make Your Guests Feel at Home

Make Space for Everyone …Sometimes, it’s hard to plan for exactly how many people will show up to your event, so being prepared for potential extra guests is key. If your home is on the smaller side, consider setting up high-top tables so people can stand around, chat, and enjoy the little bites. This creates more room for people to jump from one table to another without having to worry about claiming a chair. If you’re lucky enough to have a spacious home, plan ahead to see what kind of arrangement may be suitable for your event. From round tables to one long rectangular one, consider what works for the amount of guests you may have and how intimate you want it to be.

Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of “positively purging“, as I know each of these pieces represents something…

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3 Responses to Make Your Guests Feel at Home

  1. Question, why is it your very own children that come to house and mess it up? Not friends. And they know your standards. Grown kids.


    • msw blog says:

      I cannot speak for all little humans, but for mine it is a sense of entitlement, familiarity, and it being their safe space and home once upon a time. So, they feel they can still treat it as such. I have resolved a lot of issues by implementing boundaries, and reminding them they are visitors.

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