Even as the world has changed dramatically in just a few weeks, some things remain the same. Our need to connect. To break bread together. So though we may not be able to have the dinner parties or have friends over the way we usually would, we can (and should) still celebrate together!
Hello friends and Happy Thanksgiving week! I know that a lot of you start shopping this week (as do I) so I wanted to share some more gift-giving ideas with you today! The last couple of years I shared a lot of gift categories, everything from gifts for foodies, to pet lovers, to teens, but what I noticed was the category you guys most responded to is the hostess gift ideas!
I love doing holiday tables, and today I’m excited to be sharing another one with you! Last week I did my first one of the season in gold and green, and I was so happy with the way it turned out. But of course, since I don’t want to bore all of you I wanted this one to feel very different. And it definitely does!
This is truly the season where I’m in my element. I love hosting dinners, parties and get togethers, especially at this time of year. Everything feels extra festive and it’s such a special time to create memories with those we love.
So today I’m sharing my first holiday table setting of the season! I always host Christmas, so for me, there is a practical reason to be planning and styling in preparation for the holidays. But, whether you host a dinner party, a casual holiday event like a tree-trimming party, Hanukkah, Christmas Eve dinner, or something else, this table setting is perfect and easily adaptable!
I love hosting Thanksgiving, and I know a lot of you do, too! So today I thought I’d share some of my personal favorite Thanksgiving tables from around the internet. I’m sharing over 20 inspiring Thanksgiving table settings that are sure to jump start your holiday entertaining!
This post was sponsored by Bed, Bath, and Beyond, but my love for their products is completely genuine and the opinions all my own. 🙂
Summer entertaining. Two of my favorite words – and they’re especially good when strung together, don’t you think?!