Thanksgiving Entertaining

This year for the first time I am actually hosting both Thanksgiving and Christmas for our family. Usually, we either go to my parents or my in-laws, but this year my parents are coming here for Thanksgiving. I am extremely excited about this as I love to host any event and the holiday makes it even better. I am traditional when it comes to my table setting and what I like to incorporate into my decorations. I prefer simple and rustic, yet tasteful for both. I’ve been using Ivory flame less candles for several years now that I bought at Costco for $20 and they have been a perfect staple on the table. I also like to use fresh Hydrangeas, greenery, or Tulips if they’re available. This weekend I am hoping to set the table and finish the decorations for Thanksgiving.  I have also been searching Pinterest and looking through food magazines for some new recipes. I am hoping to incorporate our traditional recipes with a few new ones to start my own traditions.  I’ve put together some of my favorite looks and ones I will be incorporating this year. Tomorrow I am sharing my grandmother’s recipe for the most amazing Pumpkin Pie ever.

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