Autumn is one of the four temperate seasons. Autumn marks the transition from summer into winter, in September (Northern Hemisphere) or March (Southern Hemisphere) when the arrival of night becomes noticeably earlier.
It is also the beginning of the “Holiday Season” The time of year when families begin planning celebrations, dinners and parties. We know that everyone loves great food, fun, fellowship, family and friends, (the 5 F’s), but they also enjoy receiving gifts, and not just on Christmas. In our Xxcellent Thanksgiving Party Favors series, we are giving you ideas for Xxcellent Favors. Today we are discussing 2 options.
Fall/Autumn Colored Candles – Buy Autumn colored candles (Red, Brown, and Orange) in scents that remind you of Thanksgiving Food; Apple Pie, Pumpkin Pie, Banana Nut Bread, Candy Corn, Blueberry Cobbler and Pumpkin Apple butter. Place them in gift bags with a custom label. When they light these babies up they will think you’ve been baking all day!
Fireplace Log – Buy a box of fireplace logs and print a Custom Label and apply it to each log and give one to each of your guest. As the weather gets colder, they’ll be sure to start a fire with it and be thankful to you for the heat.
Check back next week for another great idea for Thanksgiving Party Favors, and be sure to visit in future weeks for more ideas.
This favor is sure to place a smile on your Family and Friends face and leave them wondering what “Xxcellent” favor they’ll get next year.
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Leave a comment and let us know if you’ll be giving this away as a Thanksgiving Favor this year.
Candle Photo Credits: Left to right, top row: Wood Crafts and Candles, Kayloma Candles & Gifts, Middle row: Goose Creek Candle Co., Candles and Supplies, Aunt Sadie’s. Bottom row: Halloween Costume Concepts, Candle Light
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