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Friday, November 3, 2017

Host a Fabulous Friendsgiving!

I received these fabulous supplies from Oriental Trading in exchange for this post.  
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Host a Fabulous Friendsgiving!
I love spending the holidays with family and friends.  That's what they are all about, right!?  We were in the military for 5 years and it took us far away from family.  We rarely had any time off...so it was only 2 days off for holidays like Thanksgiving.  We didn't have money to travel either, so visiting family for the holidays was out of the question.  The best party of the holidays was enjoying time with friends in the same situation.

A perfect Friendsgiving involves lots of yummy food, easy to clean up table settings and friends.
Check out Friendgiving on Oriental Trading.
Check out this fun Pie Tasting Party too!
Here's what you'll need for this tablescape:
Wood Grain Charger
Gold Plastic Plates
Gold Confetti Dessert Plates
Lagoon Luncheon Napkins
Gold Utensils
Lace Tablecloth
Wood Crate
Mini Wood Crates
Baby Breath
Fairy Lights
Mini Pedestal Treat Containers
Succulents
Gold Plastic Tablecloth Roll
Gold Tassel Garland

These mini treat containers are adorable!  They hold a few treats and make a great favor.  They look great wrapped in twine and could be used for place settings too--just binder clip a name to them.
This round tablecloth covers the gold plastic tablecloth and fits a 6 foot table really well, even though it's round.  I love it!
The gold tassel garland is perfect on the wall or even down the center of the table as a table runner.
I love the pop of teal with the napkins, but you can get any color you love!
The fairy lights make the table glow with warmth.  This is the perfect finishing touch for a wonderful Friendsgiving!
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1 comment:

Xayide2 said...

Sooo....are we going to see that table for Thanksgiving this year? :)

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