Serve Up an Unforgettable Thanksgiving Gift
- NOVEMBER 15, 2012
- By Tanya Sharma
Is it just me or did Thanksgiving sneak up on us really quickly this year? It feels like just yesterday that I was soaking up the sunshine and enjoying the balmy weather. Ah, well. There’s something great about every season, and for me Thanksgiving is definitely a fall highlight.
No matter what your plans – family driving in from out of state, just the immediate family or a few close friends – you’ve got to have a solid routine in place for the day. The house is likely to be busy with chatter, football games, the smell of turkey wafting from the oven, a decadent pumpkin pie waiting…you know the drill. It helps to have a few festive items on hand to make the day even more memorable. Consider these ideas – they’ll set the tone for a wonderful holiday.
This Fall Festival Lollipop Bouquet is sure to be a big hit with the kids! In fun turkey, leaf and pumpkin silhouettes, this delicious assortment includes butterscotch, lemon, marshmallow, chocolate and tangerine flavors.
If you’re the one headed to someone’s home, don’t show up empty handed. This Cakebread Whites Wine Gift Basket contains an abundance of gourmet treats, including two bottles of wine and a host of complementary snacks. The biscuits, cheeses, smoked salmon and other treats will come in handy during the game!
It’s practically a proven fact that flowers add a beautiful finishing touch to any occasion. This bouquet of Cinnamon Cider Roses is particularly beguiling with its blend of terracotta/brown roses, red alstroemeria, yellow Viking micro poms, ruscus and feather leaves. The harvest of rich colors will brighten any room in an instant.
If she’s a natural in the kitchen, it’s safe to say she already owns a quality apron – but it’s not a sure bet that she’s got this Autumn Leaf Apron in her arsenal! With its bountiful harvest-theme print and fashionable design (including a chic ruffled hem and flattering self-tie belt), it’s as stylish as it is functional!
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