November 20, 2012

Thanksgiving Treats for Your Table

From the first “Thanksgiving” feast in 1621 between the Plymouth colonists and the Wampanoag Indians, Thanksgiving has grown today, into a holiday that is nationally recognized.  Even though it wasn’t until 1863 during the Civil War, that President Lincoln had made Thanksgiving Day a national holiday.

The first feast didn’t feature pies or any other desserts that are today, found on every table on Thanksgiving.  The colonists and Indians enjoyed a meal of fowl, deer, and other staples that the Wampanoag Indians ate.  Our entrees today differ very much from the meal in 1621, but our traditions have stayed the same.

We come together with our families to enjoy life, what we are thankful for, and to celebrate unique traditions. Cookies by Design features Thanksgiving and Fall bouquets, baskets, and boutrays will make a great addition to your family’s tradition. Our fall colors of reds, oranges, yellows, and greens will make it feel like fall even if your view outside doesn’t seem like the seasons have changed.

 

Thanksgiving Treats for Your Table

Autumn Patchwork

The bright Autumn colors in this bouquet will be a great addition to your Thanksgiving decorations.

Be Thankful

Thanksgiving Treats for Your Table

“Be Thankful” symbolizes what Thanksgiving is about.  The browns and pinks of these flower-shaped cookies will present a beautiful centerpiece for your table.

 

Thanksgiving Treats for Your Table

Colors of Autumn

Oranges, greens, yellows, reds, and browns take your guests back to the first Thanksgiving feast.  The pumpkins, leaves, and corn cobs can be a perfect dessert decoration.

 

Harvest Happiness Cookie Favors

Thanksgiving Treats for Your Table

These individual fall-shaped cookies are great for guests to take home after a delicious Thanksgiving feast.

 

Thanksgiving Treats for Your Table

 

 

 

Harvest Happiness

This fall-themed bouquet is festive and the colors represent the changing leaves of fall.

 

These cookie designs have the essence of fall with the words of Thanksgiving.  From scarecrows, pumpkins, sunflowers, and fallen leaves, our cookies are ready to celebrate when you are!

 

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