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Friendsgiving Feast

By shindig

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Friendsgiving has to be one of my favorite events to host of the year. I love taking the time to share a meal with the friends I get the pleasure of doing life with. There’s nothing better than sitting around a table with the ones you love. The best part is, there’s no agenda other than to eat good food, drink some wine, and enjoy each other’s company.

This holiday season, we’ve got a handful of great party items to make your hosting quick, easy, and beautiful. Check out the Friendsgiving dinner we hosted using some of our in-store products!

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Meri Meri has some darling paper plates for your Thanksgiving event. The best part is: no clean up! We made the place setting simple, using disposable plates, cups, and napkins. Adding a touch of ribbon around your napkins can give them some flair!

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These wooden knives are perfect for your cheese board! Each knife has a different type of cheese to help your guests know which is which! Find this set here at the shop!

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How adorable are those glitter-scalloped place cards by Meri Meri? Simple and fun, we adore this touch of personalization for the table.

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We kept the table decor beautiful, simple, and easy to clean. We used grey marble and burnt orange paper from the store (sold by the sheet) to create a modern, festive tablescape! We love these sheets because they are so versatile.

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Every Thanksgiving event should involve gratitude. These paper coasters give guests the opportunity to write what they’re thankful for, adding a personal touch from each of your attendees.

Friendsgiving | Shindig Paperie

See something you have to have for your holiday event? Call the shop and we’ll get it to you! Gather your friends, cook some food, and make some memories!

Content and Photography by Blake Reynolds

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