Lauren Conrad’s midcentury modern Friendsgiving

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Is Dried Orange The New Pink?

Ten days, Ten days is all we got until Thanksgiving, so it’s that very week before where we put together something festive for us and our friends before we depart for Turkey Day, Lauren Conrad finds trusted party animals to throw a midcentury modern Friendsgiving.

Party Planner, Royale Ziegler, of But First, Party, got inspired by Claire Thomas’s new home, especially the dining room, as well as the home itself, lined up with midcentury wood walls which fit into the traditional Thanksgiving brown found on the harvest basket filled with squash and pumpkins.

Royale was able to incorporate autumn tone colors like dried citrus, which Royale fall in love with immediately, using it for garland and decoration, then there’s blush pink cabinets in Claire’s dining room, and the rest of pink comes in the form of decoration with party decoration from Oui Party.

Dried citrus goes a long way not only with decor, but for the main course and dessert served up for Royale and Claire’s Friendsgiving, let’s not forget the lovely libations involved added on for a certified good time, and florals already adding to blush, coral, and pops of orange for instant warmth.

Also celebrating in this Friendsgiving set up are festive fall sweaters and dresses direct from Lauren’s LC Lauren Conrad collection, as well as acacia wood plates, ceremic white and gold dishes, tall leaves water glasses, and cream woven cotton napkins coming from the artisans at The Little Market.

Daniel Quintanilla

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