Photo by Mike Radford

Hunker Down

This table is soft and cozy for a winter white event. Plush faux fur pillows and blankets adorn the table. And the wall to make this a winter white event your guests won't want to leave.

Photo by Matthew Land

Warm White

Often when we see a winter white event, cool whites and blues are used for lighting. Natural light, by having your event outdoors, helps keep the winter blues away with warm white tones. Be sure to use warm white bulbs in any additional lighting and a roaring fire always helps add to the warmth of the lighting.

Photo by Aaron Dyer

Let it Snow

When was the last time you made paper snowflakes? Get your guests in on the white-out party and have them create their own snowflakes a la a crafting entertainment. Use this template from Martha Stewart to get them started and provide plenty of paper and scissors. You may be surprised by how much fun everyone has.

Photo by Lulus

Snowflake Martini

Even the drinks get in on the snow fest with this snowflake Martini.

(makes one drink)

2 oz. vanilla vodka
2 oz. Godiva white chocolate liqueur
1 oz. white creme de cacao
1 oz.  half and half
Lemon wedge
Sanding sugar
Cut a lemon wedge and rub it around the rim of the glass. Dip the rim in the sugar to coat evenly.
Add the vodka, chocolate liqueur, creme de cacao, and half and half into a shaker filled with ice.
Shake well and strain the mixture into a glass.
Serve immediately, and enjoy with your favorite seasonal tunes next to a toasty fireplace!