Here we go, folks-believe it or not, we’re in November. You know what that means…THANKSGIVING! It’s still a few weeks away, but that just gives us all time to start planning the best Thanksgiving dinner OF ALL TIME (no pressure). Get yourself started with some of these Thanksgiving ideas from the realm of awesomeivity:
12 Thanksgiving Invitations by girlingstudio. $16. Where to start with Thanksgiving dinner? The turkey? The pie? Nope….The guests. Make sure everybody knows when and where to show up (you know Aunt Muriel will inevitably knock on the door 3 hours early, but at least this way she doesn’t have the excuse of not knowing) with these eco friendly invitations. Cute, eye catching, and saving you hours on the phone with relatives coordinating, they’re the first step in being truly thankful on November 24th.
Standing Thanksgiving Turkey Recycled Crayons/Pack of 12 by ivylanedesigns. $20. We all know that kids+turkey prep can quickly = chaos. So keep the little ones busy with these awesome recycled crayons. Not only are they fun for the kids, how awesome would they be placed on each plate with an “I am thankful for:” card? We guarantee your guests, young and old will love ’em.
Dog Collar and Bow Tie Set in Harvest Plaid by BowWowCouture. $34.95. Thanksgiving isn”t just for people, you know. Make sure your canine family members are dressed for the occasion with this awesome collar. McGruff the Wonder Dog may not be able to partake in the turkey, but darn it, he’ll still feel the love (and the admiration of all the dinner guests) when he’s sporting the best bow-tie collar out there.
Thanksgiving Silverware Hand Stamped 5 pc Set by BeachHouseLiving. $76.50. You’ll never have to hear your mother in law complain that there’s no spoon for the potatoes again with this gorgeous set of silver servingware. Perfectly imperfect, they’ll add character and charm to your table even if this is your first time throwing the big dinner.
Turkish Towel Red and White Cotton Peshtemal by softcotton. $8. Not your turn to cook the big meal this year? Well, you can’t show up to the party empty handed: Bring your hosts a gift that they’ll truly be thankful for. This traditional, handwoven peshtemal can be used as a fast absorbing (and drying) towel, shawl, or heck, even a beautiful table covering. And it comes from TURKEY. Get it? See what we did there? We know. And it will be just as hilarious on Thanksgiving.