Three Tips to Craft Your Best Holiday Guest List


As the holiday season approaches, one of the most crucial decisions you will have to make is deciding who to invite to your celebrations. You want to make sure that your guests get along and brighten your holiday spirit. Personally, I like to keep my circle small for no-fuss and maximum enjoyment. But if you wish a bigger circle, by following these three tips, you can ensure that your holiday celebrations are enjoyable and stress and guilt free for both you and your guests.

The energy of your holiday gathering is all about the company you keep. As you prepare to celebrate, remember that this is your moment to shine. Be intentional about who you welcome into your home and your heart. 

Choose those who uplift and inspire you and leave out anyone who might interfere with the magic of your celebration. If you're feeling hesitant about excluding someone, consider sending a heartfelt gift and message to remind them how much they mean to you.

Remember, this is your time to celebrate and mingle with family and friends in a positive and healthy social environment. Most important, it's about prioritizing your selfcare and wellbeing by protecting your mental and emotional health and allowing the magic of the holidays to flow with ease and grace. 

I'd love to share the top three tips that have always helped me to craft a list that reflects my self-love and wellbeing, as well as keeps me budget focused so that  I don't feel any financial guilt or worries after my holiday celebrations.  

Three tips to craft your best stress-free holiday guest list:

Tip 1: Prioritize Close Family + Close Friends

When selecting your guest list, it is essential to prioritize inviting family members and close friends that bring you joy. These people are the ones who have been there for you throughout the year and deserve to be included in your holiday festivities. Make sure to send out invitations to them well in advance, so they can plan accordingly.

Tip 2 : Consider Your Home’s Size

When making your guest list, consider the size of your home and how many people you can comfortably accommodate. You want to make sure that your guests have enough space to move around and enjoy themselves without feeling cramped. It's better to have a smaller party with people you truly enjoy spending time with than to invite too many people and make everyone feel uncomfortable.

Tip 3: Keep your Budget in mind

Hosting a party can be a costly affair, so be mindful of your budget when creating your guest list. Decide how much you can distribute to food, drinks, and decorations and invite guests accordingly. To avoid overspending consider hosting a buffet-style party where guests can bring their favorite dish. Give your guests a clue about the menu so they can plan accordingly. This will not only help you save money but will also keep the food theme cohesive.

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Happy Holidays!


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