Who is knee deep in candy wrappers and totally vowing to “be really good” so you can enjoy a million pieces of pumpkin pie in just a few short weeks? ME! Ok, so I thoroughly enjoyed Halloween this year but Thanksgiving is right around the corner, y’all! I feel like Thanksgiving sort of gets squeezed between the two larger commercial holidays. Bless its heart. Now that Blakely is old enough to “sort of” understand holidays, I’m trying to make each one really special. So next up, turkey day! Time to pull down the spooky spiders and skeletons. Here are 9 ways to get in the Thanksgiving spirit…
This sweet little pillow has been up in my living room for weeks! It is my absolute favorite. Snag it and pull it out every year for Thanksgiving (or leave it up year-round like me).
We often don’t think of “scents” when we think of “decorating” but, candles are the ultimate way to get into the Thanksgiving mood! This scent is a heavenly combo of pomegranate, cranberry, plum, and amber!
This darling Thanksgiving Kids Table is full of cute little turkeys, fall leaf trees, and melamine plates that are perfect (won’t break!). Shop the Pottery Barn Kids Thanksgiving Kids items!
For the adults, I’m always inspired by simple calligraphy on bright white plates! It’s a minimalist look but also elegant and achievable! Shop this table here.
No better way to get excited about Thanksgiving than perfecting your pie recipes! How gorgeous is this autumn leaf pie cutter? Find it here at Williams-Sonoma.
Nothing cozier than a fleece sweatshirt with a pretty gold “thankful” in calligraphy! Pair it with some cute leggings or jeans for the perfect Turkey day festivities!
Prepare the perfect turkey day menu with this fabulous book by Rick Rodgers! Thanksgiving 101 has some of the BEST recipes to prep for your family meal!
Whether you’re prepping for a Thanksgiving bar cart of just enjoying a weeknight glass of your favorite red, sip in style this Thanksgiving with these thankful, grateful, blessed glasses!
Perfect for hanging on the door, office, party table, anywhere, this sweet Give Thanks sign is a simple yet easy way to remember to give thanks this holiday season!
I hope you’re getting into the Thanksgiving Spirit! Check out the links below for even more fun Turkey Day ideas! Cheers!
Check out Favorite Pumpkin Recipes
by Courtney Whitmore at Mode