Thanksgiving Day is almost here! We've all just been so busy putting up trees that we've practically looked right past ole' Turkey Day. In my family the table scape is as important as the food. My mom starts planning her themes far in advance, squirreling away a variety of props and specialty napkins. We have a very similar menu every year, there's no reason to mess with the classics in my opinion. Corn pudding, broccoli casserole, sweet potatoes with tiny marsh mellows, cranberry sauce, stuffing, and of course the bird. Sometimes an oyster casserole shows up for my Dad, but no one else touches it. I love traditions and how you can rely on them. We will feast and then find a cozy place to let the tryptophan do it's worst. I hope everyone has some kind of tradition to participate in, no matter what it my be. Come by the story and grab yourself that much needed vintage turkey platter and let us tell you how thankful we are for each and every one of you! In the meantime check out some of my favorite vintage Thanksgiving inspirations...
There are a lot of creepy pictures of turkeys dressed up out there...a little demented? Probably.
If I made the turkey this is what would happen.
THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE
Y'all know I love a parade!
This is so wonderful and maybe a little grotesque?
Kermit for President
Bullwinkle is very stylish.