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Gobble + Wobble: A Turkey-centric Thanksgiving Party

I love a good turkey. Yes, to eat, but also I think that they are just fascinating and quite funny looking creatures—which I appreciate. They are just peacocks in different fonts, if you will… Anyways, none of this matters. What does matter, however, is that I am here to present to you some fun ideas for a turkey party.

Party Place has so many fun turkey and Thanksgiving decorations that I just cannot ignore them. There must be a party. Now that Halloween has come and gone, this means holiday season has OFFICIALLY started. Why wait until the next official holiday to throw a party? Why not throw some in honor of the party and just take the vibes of the holiday to make it a fun and festive endeavor.

Hence the eagerness to do a turkey party.

Lucky for you, Party Place has absolutely got you covered with the decorations, as aforementioned. Centerpieces, plates, tablecloths, and literally anything else is there for your decorating pleasures.

The real fun, however, comes with how goofy you want to make this turkey party.

I propose one very goofy and iconic (in my opinion) idea. The dress code is to dress up like a turkey. Your guests can take this however they want… roasted turkey, a regular turkey, a turkey leg, and so much more. The possibilities may not be endless, but the laughs will be when everyone shows up in their goofiest turkey get-up.

For food, you absolutely need to serve turkey. It just would not be a turkey party without it. You’ll definitely need to set up a photo booth area to show off those outfits, and you are free to do anything else you like.

I think some fun and festive drinks would be a great addition as well. As pictured below, you could make some divine cranberry cocktail or sangria.

I think a pin-the-tail on the turkey would be a fun addition to the party, and you could even have a costume contest for most creative.

Get gobbling and do a turkey party!

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Give Thanks! (For Coffee + Tea + Cider)

Give Thanks

Howdy! With Thanksgiving approaching, it is time to slow down, reflect, and give thanks for all things that were good this year. It really is a great time to just relax and be thankful. If you’re a college student like me or just live a busy life in general… coffee is probably something you’re thankful for. I know I am. It sounds so cliché for a college student to say this, but oh boy, I am so thankful for coffee. It has gotten me through many days where I have had to work until dawn on a project or paper or anything of the sorts!

coffee bar
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All that being said, I think it would be a fun party idea to throw a Fall/Thanksgiving Coffee and Tea party! It is getting colder by the second, and those hot and caffeinated drinks became way more than just a way to keep you awake. They make you all warm and fuzzy and keep you distracted from how cold you actually are standing outside.

These types of parties are fantastic for lowkey get-togethers that make the best memories.

The primary inspiration for this party are our Pumpkin Spice Hot Cups. These are so cute and oh-so-perfect for a coffee and tea party. Plus, they make clean up easy with no dishwashing. Anyways, these are perfect for coffee, tea, or even cider if you want to be festive!

Autumn Pumpkin Spice Multipack Hot Cups

The best way to throw together a coffee party is to get lots of different syrups, kinds of milk, and creamers to recreate your coffee shop go-to. Don’t worry about having the fanciest coffee maker in the world. People will love your party regardless because you are taking the time to make great memories and moments with all the important people in your life.

I know this is exactly what I will be doing for all my friends before we go on Thanksgiving break! A simple yet oh-so-fun party. Better yet, throw on a Christmas movie outside on a projector and cuddle up with blankets and your drinks. It doesn’t get better than that!

outdoor movie