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New Year, New Trends

2020 will be a great year full of new ideas and change.

Tans, beige, blush, cream, and ivory are timeless. Use these colors for an elegant look at your next event

Cake is out! Donut walls, dessert shooters, pies, bundt cakes, and candy bars are in!

Bedazzled items, embroidered pieces, and personalized touches help to set your event apart.

Gone are the days of boring bars, treat yourself to a margarita bar, a whiskey and scotch bar, or a martini bar!

Whether you have a new job, split from a relationship, or got a new puppy, pop the bubbly and celebrate!

Cheese boards are not going anywhere. Add fun touches like nuts, chocolate, and even pretzels for a fun twist.

Chocolate Strawberry Punch Bowl Trifle

Valentine’s Day deserves a sweet treat. Make this delicious trifle for your friends and family!

1 Package Chocolate Cake Mix
1 Quart Fresh Whole Strawberries Sliced
1 Carton Strawberry Glaze (13.5oz)
2 Cartons Whipped Cream (12oz)
1 Cup Chocolate Frosting Shaved Chocolate

Prepare and bake cake according to package directions and cool. Cut cake into 1 inch cubes and place half of them in a 6 quart glass punch bowl. Top with half of the sliced strawberries and drizzle with half of the strawberry glaze. Spread 3.5 cups of whipped cream on top. Heat frosting separately and drizzle half over whipped cream. Repeat layers of cake, berries, glaze, and whipped topping and drizzle remaining frosting on top. Add shaved chocolate as a sweet finish!

The Luck of the Irish

Here’s some fun facts about St. Patrick’s Day!

The color of St. Patrick’s Day was originally blue.

Legend says that each leaf of the clover has a meaning — hope, faith, love, and luck.

Your odds of finding a four leaf clover is 1 in 10,000.

To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Chicago dyes their river green.

Recipe: Taste of Home | Denim Jacket: Lovely Bride