Invite a few pilgrims and Native Americans to your dinner table for a sweet little reminder of how this special tradition began.
Set a thankful place card at each seat, and let guests share what they're grateful for this year.
I'm very tempted by these letter-shaped serving dishes. What would you spell out? I'm thinking "eat," "family" or "thanks," but I would love to hear your creative ideas.
Mini olive picks make it easy to spear appetizers while enjoying a little pre-turkey nosh.
I have a bit of an obsession with compartmentalized white dishes. My collection is starting to outgrow my cabinet space. I could probably make room for this set, though. I'd fill it with nuts, olives, crackers and other nibbles.
This has heirloom written all over it. Actually, it says, "thankful for bread," but it's sure to be handed down to the next generation.
The Bambu company, maker of disposable bamboo plates and other bamboo serving items, now uses the scraps to make these bamboo pebbles. Scatter them around the table for an organic look, use them as placecards, or pop them in the muslin bags for favors.
Give the kids a project to work on with this recycled letterpress garland kit.
Stamp each guest's name on these jumbo kraft tags and tie them around napkins with ribbon.