How to host the ultimate intimate holiday dinner party

How to host the ultimate intimate holiday dinner party
The perfect dinner party is one where the host takes care of everything; so pick up a pen and take notes. Let's start out with tablescaping...


Set the tone of your Holiday dinner party by paying special attention to your table: from the tablecloth to napkins, glassware to crockery. Event planner Sacha Lottie can help you create an Insta-worthy table, with monogrammed napkins and scalloped placemats. This Holiday, bigger is better.

Dress Code

If you’re planning a themed party this Holiday and expect guests to come in fancy dress, or black tie, let them know beforehand with a personalised invitation. If you’re planning to wear your latest Covett piece, it’s only fair for your guests to come suitably attired. 


Nothing screams celebration like a balloon or floral installation and this Holiday you can really go to town. Bubblegum Balloons and Grandirosa floral design studio can create stunning displays using balloons, flowers, poinsettias pumpkins and candles in any location.

The Menu

Take the hassle out of cooking for your guests and treat everyone to fine dining with a chef who will come to your house. Provided you’re not breaking any Covid rules, most catering companies will still provide catering private events. Alternatively, pre-order dishes from your favourite local restaurant to be delivered and support small businesses who will appreciate it in these testing times.  


Spotify can save your Holiday party from any sappy holiday horrifyingly embarrassing music moments with curated playlists perfect for any dinner party. Search for holiday favourites and pick a theme to suit your night – there are even sound effects if you really want to get your guest in the mood.  Sleigh Bells ring...are you listening?


Head to explore to pick the perfect Holiday pieces.