The Halloween costumes are just a memory now, and the candy bowls are slowly diminishing. That can only mean we are now in November!
Is this the year you have volunteered to host the Thanksgiving feast? Never fear! Over the next few weeks, we’ll get you Thanksgiving ready! Throughout my childhood, we’ve had Thanksgiving dinners as large as 50 guests.
A successful event starts with a plan; so get ready to start taking some notes!
Who should be invited? Do you want to keep it small with just immediate family or do you want to open up your home to friends and extended family? In our house, no one is ever a stranger so we are regularly inviting friends and colleagues we know are without family on this special holiday. Whomever is hosting should have the final say on the guest list so be sure you extend invitations with the hosts permission!
Thanksgiving should be about family, friends and gratitude. If you don’t have enough seats around your dining room table, get creative and start to think about setting up a remote dining room. The garage might not seem elegant but with enough rented tables and easy decor, you can make it an ideal space for memory making!
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