If you think you have your Thanksgiving dinner planned out already, you’ll want to see this dinner party on our lifestyle blog today before you hit the grocery store! With so much to cook, the holidays can often feel overwhelming, but this party will convince you to tag team the efforts and go the extra entertaining mile. We’re talking about the stone place cards and a hanging installation to clothespin all the things your thankful for on! ONEHOPE Wine definitely raised the bar with their festive dinner complete with custom menus and artichoke filled floral arrangements! But we all know, aside from expressing thanks and being with loved ones, the meal you share is one of the most important parts! That’s why Be Inspired PR and their expert team of entertainers recruited 24 Carrots Catering to blow their guests’ taste buds away with the most delicious (and pretty!) takes on your Thanksgiving favorites! We’re talking Roasted Butternut Squash Soup with Candied Apples & Jalapenos, Sausage and Apple Cornbread Stuffing, Biscuits + Lemon Cranberry Butter, and Sage Peppered Roasted Turkey, naturally! Did we mention the Pecan Pie? Or the Roasted Beets tossed with Lemon Zest, Pistachios, and Goat Cheese? Well now we did, and now we know your mouths are watering!
Design, Florals and Wine: ONEHOPE Wine
Photography: Brian Tropiano
Food: 24 Carrots Catering
Vintage Rentals: Found
Linen: La Tavola
Produced by: Be Inspired PR
6 responses to “Thanksgiving Dinner Party”
Wow, this all looks incredible!! Definitely giving me some recipe ideas!
This looks delish and i love the decor!
When I dream of Thanksgiving, this is what it looks like. Flawless, warm, cozy and delectable!! I adore the gold penmanship and the pecan pie has me drooling at the keyboard. Such great ideas for heartfelt decor.
Ahhhh love this so much! Such a perfect holiday themed dinner party!
Love the rock name tags! (is that what they’re called? lol)… but such a cute and inexpensive option! And of course I want to eat all of that food 🙂
Ahhh you’re making me hungry!! Is it Thanksgiving yet?