Thanksgiving Dinner Tips

Thanksgiving Dinner Tips

Thanksgiving is upon us and the smell of Turkey and all of your favorite sides will fill your home before you know it! In Aspen, Thanksgiving means the start of ski season and the World Cup. With less than two weeks until the big day, here are a few of the Bluebird Productions Girls’ favorite tips for planning a Thanksgiving Dinner that will allow you to ski, watch football or enjoy the time with your family in whatever way you see fit and not stress. Sit back, relax, and enjoy a few of our favorite Thanksgiving dinner tips:

1) Set the perfect table! This year we are loving lots of candles. We plan on hitting the slopes so dinner will be a late one. Nothing is better than a LOT of laughter, turkey and the fixings, and wine lit by candles. Here is a great example we fell in love with on one of our favorite blogs:

2) Assign seats with unique and autumnal place cards. A well assigned table sparks fabulous conversation and will keep your guests entertained all night long! Here is our favorite autumnal escort card of the moment by Joy Thigpen:

3) Add a little fruit! Use that those extra pears lying around your home to create a unique arrangement. You can bake them into a yummy tart later in the weekend. In the meantime, they are a symbol of fortitude.

4) Finish the night with a fun dessert. The Bluebird Production girls are known for our love of all things sweet. We cannot wait to bake these mini pumpkin pies. Check out the recipe on bakerella.

Enjoy these fun Tips for a Great Thanksgiving Dinner. We are thankful to you all for your support. We are thankful for a successful 2012. We look forward to a fabulous, festive and fun holiday season and an amazing 2013!