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Breaking bread. It’s one of the oldest signs of friendship and community. We’re pretty sure throwing a party is somewhere on that list, too. What could be better than bringing them both together? Celebrate the incredible friends in your life by throwing them a fantastic dinner party. It doesn’t need to be fancy and it doesn’t need to be perfect. The biggest secret to throwing a great dinner party is to focus on why people are there. No, it’s not …

Whether you’re hosting your first Thanksgiving or your fifth, advance planning is the secret to your success.  Here are some tips to pace yourself through the dinner and decor planning so the big Turkey Day turns out as perfect – and enjoyable – as you’ve imagined. Four to Five Weeks Before: Finalize the Guest List Before the end of October, it’s time to finalize your Turkey Day guest list. Jot down the names of all potential guests, then write up …

As many Pinterest fanatics know, the wedding board is the bread and butter of Pinterest. The dresses, do-it-yourself decor, and tasty treats are the staple of our pinning diet. Although we spending hours on hours planning our perfect big day, when the time comes around, a lot of those ideas remain dreams. Here at Fracture, we believe no pin gets left behind. We are here to break it down for you on how to have the ultimate Pinterest wedding. Check out some …

Halloween is probably one of the best times of the year. From pumpkin carving to trick-or-treating and dressing up, why wouldn’t anyone like this holiday? Below are some sweet (pun intended) tips on how to make your Halloween even more memorable! 1. Make your own costumes. Homemade costumes are usually better and offer an array of possibilities. They can also be cheaper than store-bought outfits and some can even be made with things you already own! 2. Go everywhere in your …