I love the simplicity of Thanksgiving. Is there anything better than good food shared with family + friends? I went to my parent's home this year where they were hosting around 30 people.
My favorite details:
My mom's table settings with her mother's china, garden herbs as centerpieces, and homemade painter's canvas table runners (she made 12 for $25!). Great idea if you like linen but want something more affordable.
Cranberry, lemon and basil butter. (similar recipe here).
Hope you all had a fantastic Thanksgiving/weekend.
More photos on my Flickr. My niece's dress is courtesy of Zutano.
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Love these photos! Looks like you had a good time.
Those heart shaped things look good and love the orange color. I was sick over t-day… Boo.
so lovely! sounds like u had a fantastic holiday. 🙂
Such cozy photos. I love your sister’s recipes for dolling up butter. I’ve only ever made savory butter–it will be fun to try some sweet ones.
Love the reasons to celebrate! Thanksgiving will be celebrated after I leave America next year… from now on and ever:)
Oh Fun! 30 people is busy and festive. Hope you had an awesome holiday.
Cute! Glad you had a nice thanksgiving!
You had me at mashed potatoes. This all looks beautiful, Chelsea!
It was all so delicious and beautiful.
Wow, these photos are fabulous!
Hope you and your family had a nice Thanksgiving.
This year I was very thankful for all that you did for me!
your family is so cool! I am going to make that french toast and those potatoes. They look amazing.