You love spending time with family at Thanksgiving, but have you ever heard of Friendsgiving?
It’s debatable where the term comes from but I love the concept.
If you can’t spend time with family, you can always pick any day you want near Thanksgiving and have a potluck with friends.
Get it? Thanksgiving with friends…Friendsgiving!
One of the rules is that the host makes the turkey and gravy only and the guests bring potluck food.
I love that idea! So much less stress.
I want to share some of the best Friendsgiving Vintage Decor items that I have found to make this year the best Friendsgiving ever!!
From DIY fall wreaths to rustic table settings, these Friendsgiving Decorations will bring a welcome twist to your table and home.
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I love this wreath that is done for you with pretty decorations.
But if you want to DIY a wreath, my friend at Jasper and Willow has the best tutorial on how to make a burlap wreath.
You can find that tutorial >>> HERE. Pillows are also a great accessory to your Friendsgiving decor.
They add a nice subtle touch to your decor and you can find some that are so cute too! Okay, I know that aprons aren’t really worn very much anymore but I think that they are making a comeback and I have seen some that are adorable.
You can add them to a vignette on a table centerpiece, or hang them on the walls as sconces above the table.
So versatile and it will add to the vintage look. These dishes remind me of having dinner at my grandparent’s house back in the day and they are beautiful! The flowers add a splash of color to the gold and tan decor. The drinking cups are not only perfect for Friendsgiving, but they are plastic so they can be given to the guests when the party is over. This platter will be perfect for serving those after dinner cupcakes or cookies.
Add some pretty faux fall leaves or some little pumpkins to the platter for an extra special touch. You absolutely can’t have a vintage Friendsgiving without party favors!
Try stuffing these gift bags full of your cutest flea market finds like little knickknacks or small candles.
You can find so many things at flea markets that will keep you on budget and every gift bag will be different. You can’t have a true Vintage Friendsgiving without a cookbook full of vintage and timeless recipes!
Let me know in the comments if you have ever tried the recipes in these cookbooks. The food looks so good!
When you’re decorating for your own Friendsgiving celebration, don’t forget to mix the old with the new.
Mix-matched pieces from the flea market make for great decorations as well.
Going to flea markets and thrift stores for the perfect items to decorate with make the search just as much fun as the party!
Do you celebrate Friendsgiving? I’d love to hear how you decorate for the day in the comments below!