Halloween has come and gone, which means that the holiday season is now just around the corner. Though the holidays are traditionally spent with family, it's important to give thanks and celebrate with your friends and coworkers as well.
But with the hectic pace of the season, it may be tough to get everyone in the same room long enough for a toast, let alone a meal. To best fit everyone's schedule, consider hosting an early holiday party for your pals before you all disassemble.
A fakes-giving will be fun and festive but still relaxed and casual. If you're hosting, focus on the main dish (the turkey!), and ask guests to bring the traditional sides: mashed potatoes, gravy, scalloped potatoes and stuffing.
For dessert, staples like pumpkin pie are sure to be a hit, but you can also combine sweet treats with adorable party favors.
Thanksgiving favors can include creative options like chocolate bars that boast custom wrappers, printed with the date and a kind message to your friends.
Partygoers will love the fun souvenir, which will make an excellent snack if there are long road trips in their futures.