Tis the season to eat, drink and make merry wishes Cuisinistas! We’re in the Christmas spirit our trees are decorated, our stockings are hung, and our wish lists are ready.
Whether you’re celebrating Christmas (12/25), Hannukah (12/8-16), or Kwanzaa (12/26-1/1) this month, we want to inspire you to make a holiday wish. To celebrate our favorite time of year, The Cuisinistas Club is planning our first annual “Wish Upon a Holiday Party”! We are getting our friends together over festive sips and sweets to decorate holiday ornaments, personalized with guests holiday wishes.
So, what’s your holiday wish? Your wish can be world peace, health and happiness, or that perfect pair of tan patent leather louboutin pumps. It can be a personal wish or for someone else. It can have deep meaning or be completely materialistic. Whatever your wish is this holiday season, make it a good one! Since most of us are familiar with Christmas customs, here are some interesting facts I dug up on Hannukah and Kwanzaa wishes to help inspire you…
- Hannukuh: Wish friends celebrating Hannukah, a tradition of freedom, courage and peace, a home full of happiness and love as they celebrate the Festival of Lights. It’s a time of renewed faith and hope.
- Kwanzaa: Wish friends celebrating Kwanzaa a time to cherish their African American origin and to celebrate the bond and the values that Kwanzaa stands for—namely unity, self-determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity and faith.
To further inspire the power of making wishes, The Cuisinistas Club will make a donation to the Make a Wish Foundation, which grants wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses.
We hope you join us in throwing this fabulous party. Follow our blog over the next few weeks for santa-approved recipes, festive party décor, and this season’s hottest party styles.