You have agreed to host a Thanksgiving celebration this year. Although it seemed like a great idea, now you’re worried about the cost.

Don’t worry! You can throw a great Thanksgiving party for very little money. You will need a little imagination and an online market, for example Topic.

These are five tips for having a memorable Thanksgiving even on a tight budget.

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1. Choose a budget

Before you start planning your vacation, it’s important to create a budget. How much can you spend on food, decorations or materials?

How many people will you need to feed? What are your spending priorities? Where can you cut back if you need to?

You should keep your budget open for unexpected expenses. You can control your spending by having a plan and budget.

2. Be creative with decorations

You don’t need to spend a lot on decorations. You can ask your children to help you make shiny autumn leaves and hand-made turkeys.

You can find affordable jewelry at Topic. These Thanksgiving pumpkin gnomes make a great centerpiece.

The Happy Fall pillowcase makes it easy to change any regular pillow.

3. Get savings on consumables

You don’t have to buy a $300 cast iron skillet or wool mittens to make your Thanksgiving memorable. You don’t need a $300 cast iron skillet and woolen mittens to make Thanksgiving special.

Instead, it would be helpful if you focused on the available options. It’s also a good idea to keep a hanging trash can holder handy in case you need to pick up leftovers.

4. Helping hands are something to say yes to.

Don’t turn down an opportunity to help. Invite guests to bring something. Have them bring wine or hemp water, cranberries, and any other easy-to-prepare foods.

You can delegate the cooking duties to your family members and friends, and you don’t have to be shy about asking for help with the cleanup.

This is your Thanksgiving! It’s your Thanksgiving and you deserve to enjoy it just like everyone else.

5. Don’t forget to save the leftovers

If you plan well, you can turn one Thanksgiving dinner into a week’s worth of leftovers. You can pack leftover chicken, mashed potatoes, and string beans into boxes for storage in the refrigerator.

You can use these kitchen drawers to store two leftover compartments. For just a few dollars, you can send your guests home in style!

Thanksgiving is about the people you’re with, not how much you spend. These are some tips to make Thanksgiving a memorable one.

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