Planning the perfect holiday party? We have got you covered! Let’s prepare for the holiday with a Thanksgiving themed event that will impress all your guests! From linens to lights, it’s the details that really warm up a dinner table. How do you pull together the finished decor will leave your guests feeling the holiday spirit long after they leave.

Ombre Effects

Choosing those perfect Autumn shades should stick to one color palette throughout all your decor. Pairing rich reds and burnt orange with metallic touches will add a classic look to your display. We love tall, gold pillar candles among a centerpiece of fall leaves in a mixed color scheme. Having one solid or metallic color will ground the fury of autumnal hues in dishes or other decor.

Festive Florals

Any time we can incorporate seasonal florals into an event we jump on it! Florals are a beautiful an organic touch that amplify the decor of any party, big or small. We are especially ecstatic for the integrations of bold, orange tiger lilies and not so subtle sunflowers. Pair your arrangements with a mix of eucalyptus and branches for a crisp and bright feel. We flourish our flowers with a mixed size selection of small pumpkins and gourds for varied dimensions on our tables and countertops.

Thanksgiving Feast Holiday Events by Deb

Holiday Feast

The focus of all our attention on the holidays is of course, the food. We pull out all the traditional comfort food and create a menu of appetizers, main dinner, and desserts that leave our guests full and happy! Our holiday favorite hors d’oeuvre makes a classic Thanksgiving staple into a bite size treat. We make a flatbread pizza with butternut squash, turkey, and a cranberry drizzle to get everyone’s mouth watering! For dessert, we make sure we cover all our bases with every flavor pie from pumpkin to apple and have plenty of vanilla ice cream on deck.

Preparing for the holiday doesn’t require a big budget or full professional team. Stick with classic colors, bright floral arrangements, the glow of candles, and a warm meal out of the oven. Small details and some unique spins on classic Thanksgiving food will leave your guests full, happy, and feeling thankful.