The right accouterments can make all the difference when it comes to your Friendsgiving gathering this year. From props made out of paper to ceramic knick-knacks, sometimes it’s the little things that set the stage for a big time.
Twinkling lights used to be reserved for Christmas but now they make a great way to warm up any room for any holiday any time of the year. You’ll want to likely go with simple and elegant white because orange can quickly look like it was left over from Halloween. Here are a few cool illuminated options for your friends giving party decorations.
We’ve talked a little bit about the different Friendsgiving games you can play depending on your crowd. It’s a great idea to have these games already out at the start of your party.
Since Friendsgiving is all about spending time with your favorite friends, don’t be afraid to customize. Whether it is taking someones Facebook profile picture and using it for your seating arrangements or looping a quickly edited version of those silly summer videos together, just keep it creative.
Playing cowboys and Indians at your friends giving party might not be politically correct but there are plenty of hats that are inexpensive that can add to your good time. Here are a few that we are fans of: