Thanksgiving is almost upon us and it’s a wonderful time for us to stop and reflect upon what we are grateful for. It’s a time of hopefully slowing down a bit, eating delicious homemade dressings and pies and just relaxing with family and friends. However, if you have ever been the one hosting the Thanksgiving meal, you know that might not be the case.
Thanksgiving can be an incredibly rich and beautiful meal to share around your table, but it can also bring an enormous about of stress as you prepare for the big day. We know many of us grad students aren’t always able to travel to be with family for Thanksgiving and end up opening our own doors to friends and neighbors for the first time. If this happens to be you this year, below are some super handy last minute tips that we have found helpful. Happy feasting, hosting and giving thanks!!
-Mandy & M.C.
1) Proper Table Prep 101: Super simple image teaching you how to properly set a table!
2) Thanksgiving Decorating 101: Check out these sites for some great, easy peasy tips to make your table look beautiful and inviting. (Two more: here and here). (My favorite is the ‘thankful tree’ idea listed as a centerpiece!)
3) Last Minute Hosting 101: Great tips on how to prepare to host a party in 24 hours or less!