Growing up in Texas, I always understood Fall as brown, dead leaves and marginally cooler weather that was a relief from the blistering summer heat. Thanksgiving was just a stepping stone to Christmas. But, with these Thanksgiving Harvest party decorations, you can celebrate Thanksgiving in style no matter what the outside weather is.
Now that I live in the midwest, Fall has taken on a whole new meaning. Suddenly someone decided to paint the world in red, yellow, and orange. Combine that with pumpkin spice lattes, fresh picked apples, grapes, and pears, and you’ve got an Instragrammer’s dream. Using this harvest printable party pack with over 20 items to decorate with, you’ll have guests taking Instagram pictures to rival those pumpkin spice selfies.
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First, give your guests “pumpkin” to talk about with these adorable themed invitations. (You could even include some catchy puns to make them “fall” for your harvest party right from the start!)
Also, check out this cool printable paper that will match your theme perfectly.
Banner and Wall Art
Welcome your guests with an eye popping banner and some festive wall art. Plus, you can save the wall art to spice up your house every fall season! They are an inexpensive way to make those harvest oranges and reds a part of your personal decorations.
Tasty Harvest Themed Treats
Next, as your guests arrive, direct them to your tasty treats that are a cornucopia of savory and sweet delights. Add pumpkin straw wraps to your drinks, and napkin wraps to your…napkins! There is even a delightful centerpiece to add that extra “gourdeous” touch.
So, with these Thanksgiving and harvest party decorations, you and your guests will feel like the fall holiday spirit is not just a pumpkin pie in the sky. You can celebrate with friends and family using these fun game ideas including a pumpkin carving contest and a jack-o-lantern game.
Basically, whether you are in a warm, sunny area that feels like summer all year round, or if you’re already buried under five feet of snow, these Thanksgiving harvest party decorations will get you and your guests in the holiday-before-the-Christmas-holiday spirit. My suggestion to you? Go big or “gourd” home.