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{This post is brought to you by Crate and Barrel. I have partnered with them to bring you this fun dinner party! Merry Christmas!! :) }

I am SO excited to finally share this with you all.

A Christmas Dinner Party | @hbharvest

I mean, I have only been keeping this hush, hush from you guys since OCTOBER. I know, I know.

Honestly, a Christmas dinner party…this Christmas dinner party…this POST… I think it’s my favorite one of the year! I’ve partnered with Crate and Barrel to bring you guys this little “how to” on hosting the perfect Christmas Party. Seeing as Christmas is only days away now, I thought I better share this before it’s too late!!

For all the details on appetizers + cocktails, check out this post.

For all the details on the main course + sides, check out this post.

For all the details on desserts + a super fun homemade cookie kit, check out this post.

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Hope you guys give these recipes a try soon!! Happy holiday planning! 🙂

{This post is sponsored by Crate and Barrel. Thank you for supporting the brands that keep Half Baked Harvest cooking!! }

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  1. Tieghan, this is absolutely gorgeous, and I’m inspired to attempt to replicate your menu to celebrate Christmas with my dad this weekend. However, for the life of me, I can’t understand where you found plums this time of year!!

    Would you recommend using canned purple plums or red plum jam as a substitute?

    Merry Christmas!

    1. Hey Jenn! My grocery store typically has plums in December is that odd?

      I think canned plums would be fine or use 1 cup fresh cranberries. Let me know if you have questions. Hope you love this! 🙂

  2. Looks amazing! Quick question, for the mushroom soup, were the chestnuts packaged in a liquid? The only ones I can find are at the dollar store in a bag and they are almost like water chestnuts you get in cans.

    1. Hey Nicole,

      Those will work, just drain the liquid from them. Let me know if you have any other questions.

      Merry Christmas!

  3. This looks amazing!! Gosh you must work so hard to do so much, a big bravo!! Merry Christmas and all the best to you and your dear ones!

  4. I want to live in these photos forever and ever. So perfectly festive! Merry Christmas, Tieghan!

  5. Best Christmas dinner table decorations ever!! Plus I’m still so jealous of those copper coloured cocktail mugs… Where did you get them?

    xx Alex

  6. I saw those dishes at Crate and Barrel and loved them. This whole scene is just beautiful and welcoming. Tieghan you do a wonderful job here on your blog. Thank you and Merry Christmas!

  7. Please tell me you had help with this post! This looks amazing and Crate and Barrel is such an awesome place to shop! Merry Christmas Tegan 🙂

  8. This looks gorgeous!!! Thanks for sharing:) Maybe I am missing it, but what temperature should we cook the beef?

    Thanks and Merry Christmas!

    1. Hey Leslie,
      You have to click the links I shared and head over to the Crate and Barrel blog for the recipes. THANK YOU! Happy Holidays!

  9. WELL, Tieghan…I’d gladly swoop up that BIGGG Gingerbread Cake (much like the little girl with her arms around that BIG cellophane-wrapped Christmas bowl present) and sneak it home for myself, lol! I LOVE big cakes, and this one fits the bill!! Mind you, I could eat the whole pictured slice of that luscious cake all by myself, too, no matter the incredulous looks cast my way! Thank you for sharing…such a FESTIVE table of goodies all around! Congrats, and Merry Christmas!!!

  10. So gorgeous! Love those Moscow Mule cocktails in the copper mugs – outrageously pretty! Looking forward to making those for my holiday party!

  11. WOW!! I would have come over but my invitation must have been lost in the mail 🙁 . It certainly looks like your family had a wonderful time. Your recipes all look delicious and may I say your photos are fantabulous!!!!! Your little sis looks adorable.

  12. Hi Tieghan!

    You saved me! I had no inspiration what to make for family and friends who are coming over for Christmas untill i saw your post!! Now i can go grocery shopping tomorrow 🙂
    One question though, i only own one 8 inch cake pan (for the gingerbread cake) is it ok to bake the batter in batches? And keep the rest waiting in de fridge?


    1. Hi! Yes, baking the cake in batches works fine…i do it all the time! 🙂 let em know if you have any other questions. Merry Christmas! 🙂

  13. JOYEUX NOEL from France !!!! tout à l’air superbe et délicieux !!!
    (all looks like beautiful and delicious) j’arrive !!!!

  14. I’m coming to your house to party–looks like there will be some festive party going on.
    You out dvd yourself on the pictures–bravo!