Our Favorite Friendsgiving Decor & Recipes

Friendsgiving is a holiday favorite because it’s a time to pile around the table with friends.  From comfort foods to naturally elegant tablescapes, it’s definitely one of my favorites.

The Setting

Given the season, it’s easier to set the table with natural elements from your local market.  The table I styled uses the Acacia Wedge Servers as a charger complemented with the Thankful Dinner Plates.  The dinner plates are actually closer to a salad plate size, so I recommend using your everyday white dinner plate underneath.  If you don’t have white everyday plates, you could grab the Marin Dinner Plates from Crate & Barrel.  They’re some of my favorites out there because of their beautiful imperfections.  It gives it character in my opinion.

Given all of the whites and woods, I wanted to complement the look with touches of gold and blush.  I used my favorite Rose Gold flatware and picked up two of the Brass Tealight Centerpieces to line the table.  Lastly, the flowers are long sprigs of fresh rosemary with some white berries and blush roses.

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The Meal

A best friend and I have hosted Friendsgiving for five years for our friends.  Over that time, we’ve mastered the list of favorite foods for the event.

CITRUS & HERB BUTTER ROAST TURKEY

friendsgiving decor & recipes

HORSERADISH CRUSTED ROAST BEEF

ROASTED BEETROOT, GOAT CHEESE AND WALNUT SALAD

BOURBON PECAN STUFFING

CREAMY MASHED POTATOES

CORN PUDDING

ROASTED SWEET POTATOES & BRUSSELS SPROUTS

APPLE CRUMBLE SLAB PIE

Meet Jen

I’ve always had a love affair with creation. Since I was a child, I handmade my gifts or combined toys to design something new. Fast forward twenty years, and I’m still making my gifts every holiday and designing new ways to do things.

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