Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! We have had so much to be thankful for this year and are so grateful for the amazing staff, clients, friends, and family we all have. Thanksgiving is a perfect time to look back and reflect on everything you have to be grateful for.
Thanksgiving is known for it's traditional staples. You have the turkey, your stuffing, the cranberry sauce, and the green bean casserole. While all of this is amazing, as all food signature to a holiday devoted to eating should be, there's not much room for creativity. Add some fun to your tradition this year!
How adorable are these turkey snacks seen on Our Best Bites??
What you will need:
Double Stuffed Oreo Cookies
Peanut butter Cups
Optional: Red frosting
Optional: black sprinkles for eyes
Thanksgiving is all about traditions. Waking up to watch the Macy's Day Parade, Grandpa carving the turkey, the green bean casserole you make once a year, the plethora of desserts you can't wait for even though you've just sworn you can't take another bite... it is a holiday based off of tradition.
What many people love the most about Thanksgiving: it is a holiday devoted to good food-and eating-a lot of it. This being said, that makes your dining table the focus of the whole event. Dress your place settings up by adding fun place cards for all your family and friends.
It is no secret that 2013 is approaching-and fast. While wedding planning can be crazy enough (which is why we recommend hiring a fabulous planner!), what would be a more perfect bridesmaids gift then an adorable agenda to help them keep track of your planning?!?
Well Halloween may have come and gone, but that doesn't mean the fun has to go with it! A couple of year's ago comedian Jimmy Kimmel asked parents to tell their kids that they ate all of their Halloween candy when they woke up the morning after. We cannot stop laughing!
We don't know too many kids that would let this crime go so easily...
So all you sneaky moms, how do you think your kids would react if you told them you ate all of their Halloween candy?