The election results left me crushed and heartbroken and it took me a few days to come out of a fog. I’m not a big political person, but I really wanted to see the glass ceiling shatter and felt we had a highly qualified candidate that deserved to win. I’m sad and disappointed, but I have come to terms with the result and ready to move forward.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner and I’m hosting this year, but I’m also heading on a trip to St. Barth’s right after and have not planned a single thing. We are a small group this year, but it’s still a lot of stress to host, so I need to plan ahead as much as I can. Over the recent days, I’ve been scouring the web on how to make this year’s Thanksgiving easy yet still feel special. Here’s some T-Day holiday inspiration from around the web:
I’m all about fresh flowers and a beautiful low arrangement on the table will be a standout. I love the colors and organic feel of this arrangement and the tablescape is pretty awesome, too.
Simple, natural elements make this holiday table cozy and festive. It also has a modern New England feel.
Good wine is a necessity on Thanksgiving. Here are some wines that pair well with turkey and all the yummy sides.
Holiday invites are going to start coming and it’s always good to have a little refresher on dinner party etiquette.
I’m all about planning ahead this Thanksgiving and these dishes can be made ahead before the big day.
Hope you all enjoy the weekend!
Main image borrowed from here.