A Holiday Surprise
Chuck and Mary Kay Nabit's holiday party does double-duty as a surprise birthday celebration.
In the mere three years of its existence, the holiday party thrown by Baltimore financier Chuck Nabit and his wife, Mary Kay, has become a “can’t…MORE
The Toast of the Town
From over-the-top theme parties for hundreds to small office lunches, Style gets the skinny on corporate holiday celebrations around Baltimore.
t’s that time of year when Baltimoreans don their holiday best and head for the annual holiday office bash. But as Style discovered, some employees get…MORE
Holiday Highland fling
A Monkton couple re-creates a Scottish tradition.
How do you say “thank you” to all your friends for making you feel at home so quickly in a town you moved to just a…MORE
'Come. Don’t call.'
This festive fete is a Tuesday-before-Thanksgiving tradition.
“Eat. Drink. Gossip. Come. Don’t call.” That’s how the invitation to Sascha Wohlhandler and husband Steve Suser’s annual holiday party reads every year. And all their…MORE
Each year on Dec. 23, Zelig and Linda Robinson celebrate their anniversary by inviting friends and colleagues into their art-filled Guilford home.
Design plays a big part in Linda and Zelig Robinson’s annual holiday party. In several ways. There’s the design of their Guilford home, crafted by Linda,…MORE
Curt Decker’s magnificent Mount Vernon home is a dazzling backdrop for his annual holiday fete.
The phrase “good things come in small packages” could have been created with Curt Decker’s holiday parties in mind. His 1,900-square-foot pied-a-terre is already a lustrous…MORE
Every year the Guilford Women’s Civic League hosts a neighborhood holiday party to benefit beloved Sherwood Gardens.
The stately stone three-story colonial on Highfield Road glows from within with candlelight and buzzes with the murmurs of greetings and animated conversations. Outside on the…MORE
Weather or Not
A heavy snowfall doesn’t prevent Catherine Hoffberger and mother-in-law Hilde Eliasberg from co-hosting ‘A Toast with Friends from Town and from Country.’
Just as leaving an old house is reason enough to give a party, so is moving into a new one. Catherine and Doug Hoffberger had just…MORE
It's a Wrap
Throwing a party is the best way to package entertaining with a holiday chore— as well as making a dent in 60 rolls of wrapping paper.
When desperation and compulsion meet, you usually don’t throw a party. In this case, it was exactly the right answer. Last fall, while talking about the…MORE
A Stunning Send-off
Dan Proctor and Jeffrey Hess took advantage of the holidays to toast friends and to bid farewell to their old house.
As the holidays drew near, it didn’t take designer Dan Proctor and his partner Jeffrey Hess long to come up with a great reason to give…MORE