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Should the person having Thanksgiving send out a txt or email or phone call to tell each family member that they are having Thanksgiving? Should I ask them if they are if they could bring a salad or desert, or just wait for a response to whether they are coming? Should I let them OFFER to bring something or say what they should bring?Answer Question
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Answer by Sarah961 at 12:34 AM on Nov. 11, 2012
I don't think there is really a right or wrong way to invite, just depends on the family. What normally happens at thanksgiving if its at someone else's house, like last year did someone else host and if so did you bring anything? Were you told what to bring or asked to bring whatever you liked. I would probably go off that, if not just tell people what your planning on cooking yourself then they can decide what they would like to add, most people will prob ask you what they should bring, so just have a list of a few things you could suggest to them.
Answer by Princess_s21 at 12:51 AM on Nov. 11, 2012