Chances are, in less than 24 hours, you’ll be tucking into your best holiday meal of the year. If you have the privilege of being the guest at someone else’s Thanksgiving, but don’t have your act completely together yet, don’t worry: From uniquely thoughtful hostess gifts to the the best way to Instagram your meal, we’ve got you completely covered.
The 2016 Williams-Sonoma Guide to Attending Thanksgiving
Being a gracious guest is just as important as being a good host. Here’s how to sincerely express your gratitude (and get invited back time and time again).
Last-minute gift givers: a few items in this guide are available at your local store.
One of the best parts of Thanksgiving dinner is the leftovers you get to enjoy later on. What should you do if you’re a guest at someone else’s feast?
Thanksgiving is historically one of the biggest days for Instagram, so make it count: Williams-Sonoma’s social media manager, Jenn Yee, offers her tips for your most ‘grammable Thanksgiving yet.
When the host or hostess says “bring nothing,” he or she might even mean it. So what’s a guest to do?