How to Throw the Best Thanksgiving Party!

If you want to throw the best Thanksgiving party ever, then you need to come up with the right ingredients first. These may differ between different family and friends, but some of the basic elements will remain the same when planning. Here at Faviana, we want to supply you will only the best tips so you can be on your way before the holiday begins. Follow these to throw the best Thanksgiving party this season!

Throw the Best Thanksgiving Party: With Company

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The best Thanksgiving parties of all are due to the best company present. Make sure to invite just enough people so that the atmosphere is comfortable and enjoyable, without any drama or overcrowding of course. This includes inviting not just your family but extended family and good friends, too. You won’t only have a full dining table, but also the right amount of people for Thanksgiving party games! The more the merrier, right? Try to put all your phones down to really enjoy the activities and your time together.

Throw the Best Thanksgiving Party: With Food

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If you really want to have the best Thanksgiving party ever, then you need to have lots of holiday food. Most people plan on stuffing themselves, so you might as well give them the upper hand. You will need to have plenty of the basics, such as turkey, ham, cranberry sauce, stuffing, and mashed potatoes. In addition, you should have some out-of-the-ordinary food for your vegetarian or vegan friends, and to standout from the other parties. The traditional Thanksgiving foods are a staple, but there’s nothing wrong with mixing it up a bit and creating a new tradition! On top of dinner, let’s not us forget about baking delicious desserts as well. These can be healthy as well, such as these DIY donuts! Just remember to always cook enough and more. You never know if you’ll have some expected guests, and everyone loves leftovers!

Throw the Best Thanksgiving Party: With Sports

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Not everyone enjoys watching sports, but many of your guests invited might. Therefore, a great Thanksgiving party idea is having a comfortable and spacious area dedicated to seeing the football games on. Watching sports on Thanksgiving Day is frequently what many individuals look forward to the most, so you don’t want to deprive anyone of that. Include sports watching in the party atmosphere and schedule it accordingly so it doesn’t interfere with an important game. Plus, you get to break out more snacks and effortlessly entertain your guests. This way, everyone wins!

Throw the Best Thanksgiving Party: With Favors

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After the Thanksgiving games, food, and sports, your guests should leave with something more than leftovers. Another great Thanksgiving party idea is handing out some Thanksgiving party favors. This can be as simple as goodies in a decorative bag, decorative candy bars, or small candles. Look for DIY Thanksgiving party favors here on Pinterest, or come up with your own. Either way, they’re the perfect addition to your table and party, leaving your guests both full and happy!

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xoxo,

Gina

Gina Gargiulo

Marketing Assistant

Gina Gargiulo is an aspiring writer and alumni of the Fashion Institute of Technology. She enjoys that she can take her life-long passions of fashion and beauty and combine it with another love of hers, writing. She has many high dreams she's determined to achieve, while hoping to influence others along the way.

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