06 Nov The Cutest Friendsgiving Decor from Amazon
Spice up your Friendsgiving decorations this year with these cute and affordable Amazon finds. All these items are perfect for anyone wanting to pull together a polished celebration at the last minute.
Every year, I love getting together for a Friendsgiving the weekend before the real holiday. I usually find that it’s way more casual than my family Thanksgiving dinner. We’re all about doing a pot-luck style spread, breaking out the booze and watching some football rather than than sitting down for a formal dinner party. You know I love a beautiful tablescape and fancy menu, but sometimes informal can be even more fun.
Whether you’re hosting at your place or just looking to bring something easy and festive to a friend’s home, I’ve got you covered. Grab a few of these Amazon items and it will look like you’re the Martha Stewart of the friend group.
If you have more friends than you have place settings, grab these pretty disposable plates. They’re a sturdy plastic that looks nicer than paper and will hold up better when your pals start loading up on the turkey and stuffing. The biggest bonus of all is the easy clean-up. Spend the rest of the evening relaxing and drinking wine instead of washing dishes in the kitchen.
Cocktail napkins are my absolute favorite way to personalize a party. I have them for every holiday, season or occasion. These “gobble gobble” napkins are adorable for the drinks and hors d’oeuvres portion of the night. Scatter them around in a few locations like the bar and kitchen island for maximum impact.
These are a fun alternative to the tassel strands, which are a bit overdone at the moment. The pom poms are unexpected and would look perfect dangling off your bar cart or fireplace. Another reason these pom poms trump tassels: They’re much easier to save for next year than any paper decorations.
These chic mini pumpkins work in so many different ways! Use them as accents for the buffet, line them up across the center of your table or put them in a large bowl as a simple centerpiece. White pumpkins won’t be going out of style anytime soon so definitely save these to use year after year.
Ready to get lit this Friendsgiving? Then you need these colorful candles! This burgundy shade looks so expensive and chic.
Mercury glass is another trend that’s here to stay! These candle holders would look gorgeous grouped on the buffet or on your table. The bubble shape makes them feel more modern and versatile so they can be used for both casual or formal settings.
A textured neutral runner matches any home and makes a great base for decor. I especially love how it looks mixed with orange and maroon fall tones.
Cute straws are an easy hack for elevating your bar or beverage cart. Put them front and center in a clear glass container so they double as decor.
If you’re up for tackling a DIY project, this balloon arch makes a great photo backdrop. The autumn color palette is perfect for a Friendsgiving. At first glance I thought this would turn into a major Pinterest fail, but reviewers’ photos seem like it’s actually doable.
Make a good first impression with a beautiful wreath for the front door of your home or apartment. This is another piece you can use all fall so you’ll really get bang for your buck.
If you’re not having place settings, a silverware caddy is a must for any Friendsgiving. A basket keeps your utensils neat and organized, and this rattan version nails it.
While I normally try to steer clear of too much turkey decor, these guys are definitely an exception. They’re small and elegant for decorating any surface. Just remember that they don’t come with the tea lights so you’ll need to purchase those separately.
Keep track of your drink with these adorable charms. The set includes pies, pumpkins and pilgrims, and it doesn’t get more Thanksgiving than that! The markers are magnetic, and they can be used on any type of glass.
Ok, I know these don’t qualify as decor but throwing it out there anyways! These masks help make the best of a bad situation. Provide these Thanksgiving-themed face coverings for guests to wear when they’re not eating or drinking if you’re being extra safe this holiday season.
Are you hosting a Friendsgiving this year? Let me know in the comments!
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