If you're hosting friends and family for Thanksgiving dinner this year, you'll be spending plenty of time in the kitchen. The last thing you want to do is spend hours washing dishes after the meal or once your guests go home. This year, you can save yourself some dishwashing without compromising the beauty of your tablescape with by using green disposables in place of your ordinary china. These are 10 of our favorites for the Thanksgiving table from the Leafware and Leaf & Fiber collection of palm leaf dinnerware and the MyDrap cloth paper napkin collection.
1. Leafware 3" Single Bite Plates - These cute round plates are great side plates for sauces and relishes.
2. MyDrap Bundle in Ecru - Using a flashy tablecloth for your holiday dinner? Pair it with these neutral Ecru cloth disposable napkins to complement the look without detracting from it.
3. Leaf & Fiber 10" Round Plates - If you like round plates for your dinnerware, these 10-inch ones will give guests plenty of space to heap on the delicious dishes.
4. MyDrap Gray Folded Napkin Bundle - Smoky and sleek, cool and classy, gray makes a real statement in the dining room and coordinates with many different table linens and place settings.
5. Leafware 9" Square Plates - With these square plates, you can give your table a modern look that is ultra stylish.
6. MyDrap Folded Cotton Napkin Bundle in Lipstick Red - Bringing a sense of fashionable flair to Thanksgiving Dinner, these lipstick red disposables are lovely choices for the table.
7. Leaf & Fiber Cafe Oval Duo - Serving a relish tray or two small side dishes? Place them side by side on this stylish server.
8. Leafware 3" Ramekins - The square ramekins make charming bread plates for rolls and croissants.
9. Leaf & Fiber 10" by 6" Quadral Plates - The unique shape of this server makes all types of foods look like they're being served at a 5-star restaurant.
10. Leaf & Fiber 12" by 10" Serving Tray - This big server is great for presenting sliced turkey and other Thanksgiving favorites.
Which chic green disposables will you be using this Thanksgiving? Let us know in the "Comments" section.