Coming at you like a tidal wave of pecan and sausage stuffing, we present today’s list of Friendsgivng ideas and tips from around the globe. And if you are in the 212 or 718 and riding with Uber, be sure to keep your eyes peeled for one of IKEA’s inaugural Friendsgiving kits that are being handed out.
How to Throw a Frugal, Fun ‘Friendsgiving’
Family members are welcome – but not required – to attend when you host a “Friendsgiving.” This kind of modern twist on Thanksgiving takes place when pals unite to share the traditional holiday meal.
“My husband and I threw a Friendsgiving dinner party when I was living in [Los Angeles] years ago,” writes Lisa Lee Freeman, savings expert for Flipp, a digital coupon app, in an email. “It was the most memorable Thanksgiving of my life and a very special one. My husband and I still talk about it.”
What I Learned Hosting Friendsgiving in My Tiny Apartment
Anyone who’s hosted a dinner party knows the pressures and responsibilities associated with it. Getting the food, decor, and ambiance just right while keeping your guests happy can be a tricky balancing act. Multiply that by about 1,000 when you’re hosting a holiday dinner party like Friendsgiving. At least that’s how I felt when I recently hosted Friendsgiving at my tiny Brooklyn apartment.
How to Throw a Beautiful Friendsgiving Féte
The holidays are in full swing, and with a multitude of excuses to celebrate the family-filled season, I’ve lately coveted a “Friendsgiving” approach for neighbors and friends, both new and old. Last week, our friends gathered to officially kick off November before the frenzy of gatherings ensue. An approachable and ever-so-elegant party put our group in a relaxed and thankful frame of mind.
9 essential tips for hosting the perfect “Friendsgiving”
After what will be remembered as a very rough November, so many people have tried to remind us to cling tightly to our loved ones. The holidays offer up a great way to get together. For instance, hosting “Friendsgiving” is a great way to celebrate tradition with your closest pals. There are so many reasons to host a Friendsgiving, like it being a friendlier space for our diet preferences. Or because we like to have a way to celebrate the friends that we consider family.
Hosting a Friendsgiving Party
I think this might be one of my favorite posts!!! Last weekend, I hosted Friendsgiving at my new house with my favorite Dallas blogger ladies. When it comes to hosting Friendsgiving I think I know a thing or two… I started the Friendsgiving tradition several years ago with my close group of friends because I love cooking almost more than fashion. Now I host Friendsgiving every year, and this year I’m hosting two Friendsgiving parties!! Since I did just buy my own place this year is very special. I wanted everything to be perfect, and especially my tablescape.