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Tips for Hosting a Wine Night

Tips for Hosting a Wine Night

Did you stay up late and watch the results stream in last night? We enjoyed a lively debate with friends and a great bottle of wine. Having friends over for drinks, after the kids go down, is an easy way to connect whether its election night, a holiday night, book club night, or any night. You get all the conversation of a dinner party minus 90% of the work – a needed relief this busy time of year. Here are a couple of my favorite ideas for enjoying a wine night at home:

DIY coasters | spanish wine glasses | wine totes | bottle openers | decanters | DIY glass markers

Graphic done in collaboration with Alli Michelle.


  1. Ania

    7 November

    Love the decanters! Definitely adding them to my wishlist.

    • Victoria

      7 November

      Ania, they are totally on my list too as well as the bottle opener… YAY for the holidays and fancy, fun gifts:)

  2. Gloria

    7 November

    That tote cracks me up every time I see it :-) Love all these picks!

  3. Yelle

    7 November

    Those wine totes and now on my wish list for the holidays! Thanks for finding and posting!

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  5. Freya

    8 November

    My girlfriends and I are thinking about doing monthly wine and cheese nights. I think some of these things will be included :)

    • Victoria

      8 November

      Freya, you totally should! I used to run a monthly book club and served brownies and wine every time:) It was the best.

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