Whether you’re hosting or being hosted this year, we have the perfect additions for your Thanksgiving celebration! From wine charms to guest soaps to kitchen utensils, our selection is useful and beautiful. Enjoy a sampling of our selection below and stop in to the shop for more helpful holiday items.
First, you’ve got to invite everyone! Make a good first impression with these letterpressed invites from No. 18 Paper Co.
If you’re going to be a part of the preparation of the feast this year, here are some unique, small batch edibles to set your dishes apart. Soberdough Brew Bread, offering “the easiest and most delicious bread you can make” is paired with this lovely cotton tea towel by The High Fiber. Make your own cheese with a kit from Urban Cheesecraft and serve it on a beautiful handcrafted cheese board by Purposeful Design. Brining is the key to a juicy turkey, this speciality brining blend is from Beautiful Briny Sea. Rub up your turkey for flavor with Three Kings spice blend from Caboose Spice & Company.
Serve your guests on this beautiful wooden tray, also by Purposeful Design. These handy oven mitts are by Collisionware and linen aprons are by Celina Mancurti. Fill a bowl with delicious popcorn by Just Pop In! These gourmet preserves are perfect for flakey biscuits and are made locally by home ec. and travel placemats and utensil sets are by Nik J. Designs.
Keep your guests in check: “Travel Spain” and “B Movies” wine charms by Convertible Girl Shop, wine and cheese tags from Dulcet Design, this soap sampler is perfect to use as guest soaps; by Old Factory Soap Co., and these coaster sets are by Hi Tree and Iron Leaf Press.
If you’re a guest yourself, add one of these fun cards by Pop Greetings to a bottle of wine, give a hostess gift of a beautiful hand cast, lead free pewter flour scoop by Beehive Handmade. Or, make yourself really popular and bring this Circle City Growler carrier full of wine. And the Decorative Design Works flasks? Well, I just don’t know why they’ve been included…
We also recently hosted A Very Indy Thanksgiving at Indy Reads Books. Rachael put together a beautiful table setting with Homespun goodies and brought delicious refreshments. We learned all about how to buy and bake the perfect turkey from Corrie Quinn of Goose the Market and Lisa Cunningham of Mass Ave Wine discussed the best wine pairings. Thanks to all who joined us, it was a lovely evening!
Happy Thanksgiving from the Homespun crew! Bring your guests down to Mass Ave. and show them some of the best shopping and restaurants the city has to offer!