Gather your family (biological or otherwise) 'round the table for turkey, stuffing, or sweeter delicacies with our online invitations to Thanksgiving dinner.
The first Thanksgiving meal featured lobster, ground acorns, and salt-roasted gourds. Times have changed, mercifully, so send an invitation featuring more recognizable comestibles. You’ll find a veritable rafter of turkeys, of course, but don’t skimp on the cranberry sauce, winter squash, or Thiebaud-worthy pumpkin pies in your horn of plenty. If you’re someone who puts more effort into the tablescape than the food itself (that’s what caterers are for, after all), entice your guests to join with invitations decorated in artful tableaus of harvest greenery, modern cornucopias, or woodgrain prints. Designs from The Indigo Bunting and Jonathan Adler let you put a fitting touch of modern whimsy on less traditional Friendsgiving celebrations. Just because you aren’t related doesn’t mean you should spare on the planning or service.
Make sure to plan a few gentle activities for the post-stuffing hours. Prepare your guests for a turkey trot, after-dinner games, or watching the football game with a themed invitation. With the help of our online design tool, you can amend your Thanksgiving invitation wording, edit the colors, fonts, and typesetting, and pick out a new digital backdrop and envelope liner for your online missive.
Whether it’s potluck or pot pie, your invitation is sure to have your guests ready to join the banquet. Make it easy for them to RSVP—and easy for you to set places at the table—with our online attendance tracker. If there’s a change in their plans, they can easily inform you with a private message. Take a few photos before everyone enters their tryptophan haze (or during, if you’re feeling impish) and post them to an online gallery after the guests make their way home.
Fall is for feasting, but the upcoming holidays will give you plenty of opportunities to make merry. Browse our invitations for holiday parties and winter entertaining as you switch from autumn apple cider to New Year’s champagne.