Now that autumn is in full swing and pumpkin spice season is in it's prime, it's time to start thinking about Friendsgiving. From eating freshly baked pie to making memories with friends, we're here to help you host an unforgettable evening.
If you're looking to be extra festive, start by creating a foliage-inspired tablescape filled with red, orange, and yellow. That doesn't mean you need a colorful tablecloth; Even just some bright candles, napkins, flowers, or other accents will make for a beautifully crafted table.
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It's never a bad idea to have a themed beverage waiting for your guests as soon as they walk in. Since it's the season of apple, cinnamon, and pumpkin spice, try using these flavors for inspiration. Warm, spiced apple cider tends to do the trick, or for something cold, you could mix up a seasonal punch made with your favorite flavors of fall.
When it comes to the food, it's always fun to make your Friendsgiving potluck style. This way, everyone has the chance to make their favorite dish, and there's plenty of different foods to go around. Plus, you don't have to worry about doing all of the cooking yourself, which can be a bit stressful.
Last but not least, perhaps the most essential part of Friendsgiving - at least for some people - pie! What better way to end the evening than indulging in a slice of delicious pie with your closest friends? And be sure to have some ice cream to top it off!
Now that you've got some ideas for this year's Friendsgiving, it's time to start planning! As long as you're evening's filled with good food and good company, then chances are, you'll have some incredibly happy guests.