I am a thanksgiving person.
it’s a holiday full of amazing food, great wine, and incredible company. typically being your family. it’s about spending the
day morning cooking a scrumptious feast, sitting around the table, and sharing what you’re thankful for.
our thanksgiving tablescapes tend to be on the rustic + natural side. and generally informal. which means when everyone is ready to sit down, there’s a lot of pointing + musical chairs taking place. by adding place cards, your instantly eliminating the “where do I sit” dance. and it looks pretty. but does not have to be a lot of work.
you can go out into your yard [if your yard resembles my parent’s]. or you can go to a local store + spend $5, for a bag of pine cones.
all you need is a printer, paper, twine/string, scissors, and pine cones.
the place cards need to be tents, so they fold open. put a hole punch on the left-hand side and tie a loop.
I’ll show what these place cards turn into later in the week!
it’s #LLinaBCvsTurkey week.