Wednesday, November 27, 2013
It is important to keep you centerpieces low so that guests can see each other. I like to use items that can be eaten after the holiday. I bought a few acorn squash and a pound of mixed nuts at the grocery store. Make sure you use unscented candles for centerpieces. Scented candles may take away from your delicious meal!
This is the perfect way to get your guests to contribute to your Thanksgiving decor. As your guests arrive, ask them to write what they are thankful for on a ready made tag. Then have them hang their tag on your tree. This tree would look great on a buffet table where guests can read all the tags as they wait for their food.
This tree is made with store bought branches but you can find your own branches in your backyard. I always have a can of spray paint hanging around, you can spray the branches to coordinate with your home decor.