How To Style Friendsgiving

By David Kraft on November 5, 2018 in Flowers, Thanksgiving. 0 Comments

If you’re one of the lucky people to have been invited to a Friendsgiving celebration, get ready to have a good time. This approach to Thanksgiving has been gaining traction in recent years, and with it comes a whole new set of traditions to blend in with the old. You may be entreated to bring a dish that reflects your culture or ethnic background. You may be asked to provide a side item that puts a new twist on a classic holiday dish. Friendsgiving may seem more like a casual cocktail party or mixer, with neighbors, friends, co-workers, teachers and more mingling and getting to know each other, even as they’re gathered in the same spirit as at traditional Thanksgiving.

Nanz and Kraft knows that regardless of the type of Thanksgiving celebration, flowers will be involved. Many of us weave a beautiful centerpiece into the middle of the table, and still others like to bring a host gift in this vein. We think the latter is an excellent choice for a Friendsgiving, and we have just the design for it. Red Riches Bouquet is a beautiful blend of classic red roses with protea and magnolia. It’s paired with a bottle of wine and a candle, both of which can be put to good use straight away.

However your Thanksgiving is styled, embrace both traditional and modern approaches. Bring some warmth to your table through flowers.

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