Thanksgiving is usually a day spent surrounded by family and lots of yummy food but Friendsgiving is a fun party spent with all of your besties to celebrate the holiday season! You can be a little less reserved (cue lots of wine and throwback stories all night) and go all out on the decor. Here’s some of my favorite Friendsgiving ideas! I’m so excited for the beginning of holiday season!
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How awesome is Sam’s pastel Friendsgiving decor. And that cute little pie! Also, I am VERY thankful for glitter as well. I wouldn’t be able to make half of my crafts without it.
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Absolutely loving this backdrop. I can’t get enough of the balloons! Also, if you check out their Friendsgiving post you will see they made super cute eucalyptus wreath crowns for them all to wear.
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These are perfect for the host so that you don’t end up with tons of leftover pie in the fridge. Honestly, that’s not the worst thing to happen considering you can eat pie for dessert AND breakfast. But these are super cute for your friends to take pie home with!
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A dessert bar is a necessity. I’m loving the little mason jar dessert! You can put out slices of pie as well. It’s not Friendsgiving without pumpkin pie!
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What’s a Friendsgiving party without a good cocktail? This blackberry cocktail by Sugar and Cloth sounds so yummy. Also, rosé goes very well with turkey so it’s time to bring back the rosé you lived off this summer!
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Pretty silverware is always a plus. You can even find cheap gold silverware at the party store or dollar store. No need to break the bank trying to match your silverware!
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Okay, so I know most of us aren’t lucky enough to have our Friendsgiving outside but this tablescape can totally be adapted for inside as well. The colors are so pretty and I love the wreaths on the back of the chairs! A great tablescape is game changer when trying to impress all your friends! Also, providing menus is a good idea so everyone knows what’s being served.
I had to include one of my own posts! I DIY’d these plates last year and they were super easy to make. I even got the white ceramic plates at the dollar store. You can customize them however you want to fit your Friendsgiving theme! I also made some mini heart shaped apple pies that would look perfect on the dessert cart.
I hope this post was able to inspire your next Friendsgiving! We are officially in feasting season now that the holidays are beginning. Let me know what you like to do for your Friendsgiving in the comments below!