Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving Eve

We're super excited to spend Thanksgiving with our families but before we start digging into the turkey, we'll be kicking the festivities off early by spending Thanksgiving Eve with our second family - our best friends.


The night before Thanksgiving is a fantastic opportunity to catch up with old friends, since everyone is back in town at the same time.


Evite has come up with some wonderful ideas about how to make the most of your Thanksgiving Eve. Our favorite way to spend this night is throwing a casual gathering to trade stories and catch up on each other's lives while sharing some tasty seasonal beverages, like Strongbow cider.


Thanksgiving is all about being grateful for and spending time with the special people in your life, so we're more than happy to start spreading the holiday cheer a little early on Wednesday night!


Check out Evite's tips for Thanksgiving Eve for more fun ideas about what to do tomorrow night!

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What are your plans for Thanksgiving Eve?

xoxo
B & M

This post is sponsored by Evite and Strongbow. All opinions are our own.

21 comments :

  1. If I go back to Florida for Thanksgiving that's always what we do - go to our favorite restaurant and all just catch up!! I think you just convinced me to do it next year!! Happy Tuesday!

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  2. i'll be driving, but wish i was celebrating the eve with friends!!

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  3. I wish I could spend Thanksgiving Eve with my friends! It sounds like so much fun. :)

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  4. How fun!! We are usually traveling the eve of Thanksgiving... but spending a night with best friends sounds amazing!!

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  5. My friend always has a big Thanksgiving Eve party, always so much fun!! It's so great to catch up with old friends.

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  6. That sounds like fun! My Thanksgiving Eve will most likely be cooking and prepping food! :)

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  7. zero plans for thanksgiving eve.. i wish i had friends coming into town, that would be nice!

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  8. Such a lovely way to extend Thanksgiving! That cider looks yummy and festive...I need to check it out!

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  9. That looks like so much fun! What a great tradition.
    xo, Whitney and Blaire
    Peaches In A Pod

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  10. I love these ideas! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving week :)

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  11. Fun for sure! We'll be at them gym then probably cozy on the couch the night before :)

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  12. Great tips. We usually go out on Thanksgiving eve with friends but may stay in and catch up and have some drinks this year to save on money.

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  13. I used to always meet up with old high school friends the night before Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, that led to hangovers more than not on Turkey Day. Not a good idea hah.

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  14. You guys are so cute! I think I am too old to go out for Thanksgiving Eve. I wouldn't be able to anyway because we are in the parade the next day - unless I went straight to the parade like a dirty stay out. #classiestmomever Can you imagine? LMFAO!

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  15. So cute - I love these pictures, they're adorable!
    I thought I was too old for Thanksgiving Eve and was very adamant that I'd be staying home.. and now apparently we're all going to a club, so there's that for my willpower! ;)

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  16. Thanksgiving Eve is such a fun time! Everyone is buzzing with happiness and it's so great catching up. I'm having a slumber party with old highschool friends on Thanksgiving Eve and I can't wait! :)

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  17. Sounds like a fun time is going to be had! I am packing up for a weekend of partying with the family tomorrow night. There may be a glass or two of wine in my hand as I pack ;)

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  18. Sounds like so much fun, what a great tradition!! Thanks for stopping by my blog:)
    Happy Thanksgiving!
    Marta
    www.sweatersstripesandsweets.com

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  19. So much fun! I love love love using evite! My favorite way to send out invitations! xo

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  20. I plan on spending a low key night with my husband, as we do lots of traveling between families on Thanksgiving. Your night sounds fabulous!

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  21. How fun! Those first couple photos look like they're straight out of a magazine! :)

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