Maybe if her P.J's were camoflaged this spot would have worked better.
My brother Weston took another approach. Instead of his legs we got a detached head look.
Here's the table setting:
I used the cupcake toppers in these apple and peach pies in a jar. Delicious and ridiculously easy.
The centerpiece was in a birch bark covered pot and was bought at Central Market.
Napkin wrappers printed out from Hostess with the Mostess. The link can be found in the prior Thanksgiving post.
I got the squirrel printables from Martha Stewart's site and filled them with nuts and chocolates.
These cute little paper pilgrims and indians were also free printables I found online whose link can also be found in my prior post.
These wine glass and wine bottles labels are also from the kit I found on Hostess with the Mostess.
For the kid's table I used these printables coloring pages as placemats.
The Thanksgiving bunting found below is from the same kit that has the menu and coloring page found above.
I ordered these "autumn" stripey straws from Sweet Shop Lulu and they matched the free printables thankyou flags I found online perfectly.
I wrapped some milk glasses in some hemp twine to finish off the look.
Hopefully you guys also had a great Thanksgiving. I actually took down my Thanksgiving stuff and put up my Christmas decorations in the same day, I couldn't wait!