Party favours for Thanksgiving

Setting the Thanksgiving dinner table is an important part of the celebration. You can have fun providing party favours to give your guests a little something to take home with them with these four great ideas.

Party favours for Thanksgiving

4 Fun party favours for your Thanksgiving guests

  1. Homemade recipe cards. If you are proud of your cooking skills, why not let your guests take your recipes home with them? You can make homemade recipe cards that can serve as decor during dinner and a takeaway for guests when you're done eating. Simply write out your favourite recipes on coloured note cards and use decorative stamps to add a finishing touch to them. Use clothespins to hang them from a pretty ribbon near the dining table or the door and guests can take them as they leave.
  2. Leftover boxes. One thing all guests will be happy to leave with is a little container of leftovers. You can use takeout containers that fold into small boxes or cartons and decorate them with stamps or pasted pictures and label them with each guest's name. Make up small boxes of the leftover fixings before your guests leave, or let them fill their own.
  3. Cookies to go. Whether you are serving dessert or not, your guests will probably not complain about taking a few cookies to go. Use small gift boxes and personalize them by drawing or stamping designs onto coloured card stock and gluing them inside the lid. Place the cookie insides and seal each box with a strip of matching paper.
  4. Personalized hot cocoa. Take your favourite hot cocoa and fill up a number of small mason jars with the powdered mixture. Seal it and tie a ribbon around the lid with a name tag for each guest. They'll have a little hot cocoa to warm them up when they get home. You can also include a little package of marshmallows or chocolate chips to make it even more special.
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