Photo Credit: www.nbcchicago.com2. Have an outdoor Thanksgiving Party. A great way to celebrate during this pandemic, is to host outdoors. Thanksgiving time brings beautiful weather and gorgeous views. Hosting an outdoor picnic or fest is the perfect way to socially distance and take in the holiday. To spice up your outdoor feast, you can prepare some outdoor entertainment. Putting out games like corn hole or bocce ball is a fun way to create family fun and to finish off the night, a fire pit is always a crowd-pleaser. When it’s time for dinner, Food Network created a ‘How to’ guide on having the perfect outdoor Thanksgiving dinner. These tips and tricks will make your outdoor feast flawless and fun! 3. Decorate for Thanksgiving with family. There is no better way to get in the holiday spirit than to decorate. If you and your family are wanting to have a festive Thanksgiving, decorating your home is the perfect way to create a cozy, fall environment. Decorating together is also a fun way to make your COVID-19 Thanksgiving more exciting for everyone. Country Living has endless ideas and inspiration for fall decor. This way, when you go to sit down for Thanksgiving dinner, your house will feel warm and cozy. 4. Volunteer within your community. What is a better way of showing thanks, than helping those around you? During November, there are so many ways to get involved within your community or help the less fortunate during the holidays. Thanksgiving is a holiday dedicated to giving thanks, and is therefore, the perfect time to volunteer. Even though the Pandemic may limit your chances to give back, there are still many ways to help out virtually. The Real Deal by Retail Me Not, explains how easy it is to volunteer virtually including signing up for Meals on Wheels or being a digital advocate for American Red Cross. Volunteering with the entire family is a great way to give thanks and celebrate Thanksgiving. 5. Order A Thanksgiving meal to go. If you and your family have a tradition of going out to dinner on Thanksgiving, a great way to do this during the pandemic is to get take out. You can even spice things up and take your to go orders somewhere fun to eat, like a park, your backyard, or simply just in your dining room. Good Housekeeping made it even easier to plan by compiling a list of the best restaurants to get the best full Thanksgiving meal. This is a great way to have an easy, stress-free Thanksgiving while also practicing social distancing.
Photo Credit: www.festfoods.comJust because Thanksgiving may look a little different this year due to the pandemic, it doesn’t mean that the holiday celebrations have to stop! Celebrating while social distancing can still be just as fun. Having an outdoor party, a virtual dinner, or getting takeout are awesome ways to celebrate safely. Volunteering and adding home decor are other fun ways to get excited for the holiday season and give thanks properly. No matter how you celebrate this Thanksgiving, all that matters is that you surround yourself with loved ones. If you try out any of these 5 socially distant Thanksgiving celebration ideas, don’t forget to tag us and share on social media @designerzankhna