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Deck the halls: How to win the holidays in style

PAID CONTENT | 1-800-Flowers.com Find everything you need for holiday decorating and hosting at 1-800-Flowers.com and make it a season worth celebrating Making it through the holidays with your reputation as a good guest and party host intact is your new goal. If the endless stream of party invites and a hankering to throw a get together of your own is making you break a sweat, we’ve got the decor tips, perfect hostess gifts, and ultimate table setting guide to get you through holidays, courtesy of 1-800-Flowers.
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