The Lazy Host’s Party Planner

Hosting a party is hard work. Use these tips for food, themes and more to ensure maximum party success with minimal effort.

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Embracing the lazy host lifestyle means maximizing fun while minimizing stress. By outsourcing the cooking and cocktail-making, you get more time to enjoy the party and create hassle-free memories. The last thing your guests will remember is whether your dishes and glasses all matched or if you assembled the charcuterie board yourself. What they’ll remember (if they remember anything!) is that a great time was had by all, including the host.

 

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This article appears in the November 2023 issue of Avenue Calgary.

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