Thanksgiving is a time for family, friendship, and being thankful. But it’s also a great opportunity to set up a beautiful and festive Thanksgiving tablescape that will make your guests “Gobble” in delight.
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Thanksgiving with my family never turns out like the movies. The food is fantastic, the overall mood is thankful and happy, but we certainly don’t have a cookie-cutter Thanksgiving dinner. Jokes are made in poor taste, someone always drinks a little too much, a curse word or four is said around the dinner table, and someone always falls asleep at about 3pm.
Luckily, Thanksgiving doesn’t require classical music, fine china, a picturesque family, or an elegant tablescape. However, if that’s what you prefer, then sister, make it happen! You and your family are what make Thanksgiving the enjoyable holiday that it is, so flaunt the crazy
You and your family are what make Thanksgiving the enjoyable holiday that it is, so embrace the crazy, toned down vulgar, free-spirited family you have. You only get one, and Thanksgiving only comes once a year, so make it count! And make it extra special with a festive Thanksgiving tablescape and Cinnamon Roll Crust Dutch Apple Pie.
Have a good laugh and enjoy the company with uproarious stemless wine glasses, a fun Thanksgiving game, a turkey-shaped plate holder and more.
I have a wooden sign in my kitchen that says “Get Your Fat Pants Ready.” These glasses are freakin’ cute and would work for numerous occasions other than Thanksgiving. Want matching napkins, too?
This game is excellent for the whole family and reminds everyone what Thanksgiving is really about. For two week, you and your family write down what they are thankful for each day. On Thanksgiving, everyone takes turns reading the feathers. Buying this cute Thanksgiving game also provides 10 meals to someone in need.
Personalized everything from the napkin color, font, font color, and font placement.
What does your Thanksgiving table typically have on it? Are you a turkey family, or a ham family? Let me know in the comments below!