Below I'm sharing some of my inspiration for the big day...
There's not much I love more for a holiday than a nice tables cape. Pumpkins, pinecones, turkeys - there's a lot to work with for this holiday.
It's always nice for someone to not have to wander around to find their seat, right? Plus, place cards add a nice little touch.
Food always smells good enough to eat, but as a bonus add in a nice display. It doesn't have to be anything too crazy but adding in some little details would add a festive touch.
It goes without saying turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, macaroni and cheese, etc. are everyones favorites but here are some items with a twist to add to the big meal. Plus I'm never in charge of one of the main dishes just something "extra" to add.
cranberry brushetta // bacon wrapped tatertots // honey drizzled apple gouda bacon bites
cheddar biscuits // stuffing on a stick // cornucopia vegetable display
Whether asked or not I always like to make up some kind of dessert treat. I like baking and I don't like pie (gasp, I know) so this way ensures I get a treat I'll love too.
cheesecake cupcakes // pumpkin pie cookies // mini apple pies
turkey pretzel rods // peanut butter cookie truffles // fruit cones
On a slightly different, yet relatable not - my friends and I are going in a different direction for "Friendsgiving" this year with a lunch/brunch not dinner - why not celebrate this day as much as possible AND with friends too?! But how cute are the appetizers in this article that one of my best friends sent me.