Celebrating Friendsgiving

Nov 14

You guys should know by now that I’m big fan of the growing Friendsgiving trend. A couple of years ago I shared my own Friendsgiving dinner and last year it was this Friendsgiving spread that had us all feeling inspired to show our friends a little love. Well this year we’re keeping the tradition rolling with this warm and inviting outdoor Friendsgiving celebration shared by Bottle Pop Party Company. Planned as a beautiful yet casual gathering of friends, this Friendsgiving dinner pulls everything together with beautiful flowers and sweet little details like take out containers for bringing home leftovers, a chalkboard menu and shots shared in little mason jar glasses.

A Beautiful and Rustic Friendsgiving Dinner

A Beautiful and Rustic Friendsgiving Dinner A Beautiful and Rustic Friendsgiving Dinner

A Beautiful and Rustic Friendsgiving Dinner

A Beautiful and Rustic Friendsgiving Dinner

A Beautiful and Rustic Friendsgiving Dinner

A Beautiful and Rustic Friendsgiving Dinner

A Beautiful and Rustic Friendsgiving Dinner

A Beautiful and Rustic Friendsgiving Dinner

A Beautiful and Rustic Friendsgiving Dinner

A Beautiful and Rustic Friendsgiving Dinner

A Beautiful and Rustic Friendsgiving Dinner

A Beautiful and Rustic Friendsgiving Dinner

A Beautiful and Rustic Friendsgiving Dinner A Beautiful and Rustic Friendsgiving Dinner

A Beautiful and Rustic Friendsgiving Dinner

Designed to celebrate all the best parts of the Thanksgiving season (namely friends, food and fire pits) this Friendsgiving celebration is gorgeous but it was also created with keeping costs down. The Bottle Pop Party Company team painted a piece of inexpensive barn wood to create a big, rustic table that fits a crowd. Lots of fresh produce, like artichokes, kale and brussels sprouts made for inexpensive seasonal decor. Finally, a big batch of apple cider sangria was the perfect drink while everyone warmed up by the fire. Yum! It looks like so much fun, doesn’t it? I think we should all try to make a point to get together with our friends this holiday season. Even if you don’t have time to pull together a full blown dinner, I think cocktails and a chilly evening spent by a campfire will do the trick nicely.

Sources –
Mason jar shot glasses from Paper Source
I’m Thankful For cards from Paper Source
Cutlery pockets from Cutlery Couture

Vendors –
Event design + styling by Bottle Pop Party Company | Photography by Mergliano Photography | Florals by Fresh Designs Florist

[Photos by Mergliano Photography.]