Thanksgiving Table Ideas

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a table setting with plates, silverware and dried flowers on the placemats
Open Invitation: A Guide to Hosting an Intentional Thanksgiving
It seems the beauty of Thanksgiving—perhaps more than any other holiday—is its ability to bring people from all walks and stages of life together. It’s a holiday that offers an open invitation, where family, friends, and coworkers from out of state are welcome to enjoy time that invites connection, second helpings, and conversations that last into the night. If you’re hosting this Thanksgiving, we’re sharing a few ways that you can make all who gather around your table feel welcome.
a bowl filled with food sitting on top of a table next to gold spoons
Open Invitation: A Guide to Hosting an Intentional Thanksgiving
It seems the beauty of Thanksgiving—perhaps more than any other holiday—is its ability to bring people from all walks and stages of life together. It’s a holiday that offers an open invitation, where family, friends, and coworkers from out of state are welcome to enjoy time that invites connection, second helpings, and conversations that last into the night. If you’re hosting this Thanksgiving, we’re sharing a few ways that you can make all who gather around your table feel welcome.
a casserole dish on a table with silverware
Open Invitation: A Guide to Hosting an Intentional Thanksgiving
It seems the beauty of Thanksgiving—perhaps more than any other holiday—is its ability to bring people from all walks and stages of life together. It’s a holiday that offers an open invitation, where family, friends, and coworkers from out of state are welcome to enjoy time that invites connection, second helpings, and conversations that last into the night. If you’re hosting this Thanksgiving, we’re sharing a few ways that you can make all who gather around your table feel welcome.
an empty glass on a table with plates and utensils
Open Invitation: A Guide to Hosting an Intentional Thanksgiving
It seems the beauty of Thanksgiving—perhaps more than any other holiday—is its ability to bring people from all walks and stages of life together. It’s a holiday that offers an open invitation, where family, friends, and coworkers from out of state are welcome to enjoy time that invites connection, second helpings, and conversations that last into the night. If you’re hosting this Thanksgiving, we’re sharing a few ways that you can make all who gather around your table feel welcome.
a dining room table is set with place settings
Open Invitation: A Guide to Hosting an Intentional Thanksgiving
It seems the beauty of Thanksgiving—perhaps more than any other holiday—is its ability to bring people from all walks and stages of life together. It’s a holiday that offers an open invitation, where family, friends, and coworkers from out of state are welcome to enjoy time that invites connection, second helpings, and conversations that last into the night. If you’re hosting this Thanksgiving, we’re sharing a few ways that you can make all who gather around your table feel welcome.
an assortment of meats and cheeses on a wooden platter with grapes, olives
Open Invitation: A Guide to Hosting an Intentional Thanksgiving
It seems the beauty of Thanksgiving—perhaps more than any other holiday—is its ability to bring people from all walks and stages of life together. It’s a holiday that offers an open invitation, where family, friends, and coworkers from out of state are welcome to enjoy time that invites connection, second helpings, and conversations that last into the night. If you’re hosting this Thanksgiving, we’re sharing a few ways that you can make all who gather around your table feel welcome.
a casserole dish on a table with plates and utensils
Open Invitation: A Guide to Hosting an Intentional Thanksgiving
It seems the beauty of Thanksgiving—perhaps more than any other holiday—is its ability to bring people from all walks and stages of life together. It’s a holiday that offers an open invitation, where family, friends, and coworkers from out of state are welcome to enjoy time that invites connection, second helpings, and conversations that last into the night. If you’re hosting this Thanksgiving, we’re sharing a few ways that you can make all who gather around your table feel welcome.
the table is set with plates, silverware, and other items for an elegant dinner
Open Invitation: A Guide to Hosting an Intentional Thanksgiving
It seems the beauty of Thanksgiving—perhaps more than any other holiday—is its ability to bring people from all walks and stages of life together. It’s a holiday that offers an open invitation, where family, friends, and coworkers from out of state are welcome to enjoy time that invites connection, second helpings, and conversations that last into the night. If you’re hosting this Thanksgiving, we’re sharing a few ways that you can make all who gather around your table feel welcome.
a table with plates and silverware on it
Open Invitation: A Guide to Hosting an Intentional Thanksgiving
It seems the beauty of Thanksgiving—perhaps more than any other holiday—is its ability to bring people from all walks and stages of life together. It’s a holiday that offers an open invitation, where family, friends, and coworkers from out of state are welcome to enjoy time that invites connection, second helpings, and conversations that last into the night. If you’re hosting this Thanksgiving, we’re sharing a few ways that you can make all who gather around your table feel welcome.
a table set with place settings and silverware, including a white plate topped with an olive branch
Open Invitation: A Guide to Hosting an Intentional Thanksgiving
It seems the beauty of Thanksgiving—perhaps more than any other holiday—is its ability to bring people from all walks and stages of life together. It’s a holiday that offers an open invitation, where family, friends, and coworkers from out of state are welcome to enjoy time that invites connection, second helpings, and conversations that last into the night. If you’re hosting this Thanksgiving, we’re sharing a few ways that you can make all who gather around your table feel welcome.