As we await for confirmation about whether or not Kylie Jenner will soon be a momma (fans think Kris Jenner may have dropped a serious hint on Instagram this week!) and fianceé, there’s one title we can safely add to the reality star’s already-impressive list of titles: hostess with the mostest!

We already knew that Jenner, 20, had quite the knack for hosting after peeping the Halloween dinner she hosted last year, but after seeing the Thanksgiving spread she held for (most of) her family this year, we have to say, we’re *beyond* impressed.

The shindig took place at the beauty mogul’s Calabasas, California mansion, and included mom Kris Jenner, sisters Kendall, Kim, and Kourtney (who brought Reign and Penelope while Mason enjoyed a weekend with his dad, Scott Disick, in NYC), as well as brother Rob. (Khloé, meanwhile, had her own Thanksgiving with beau, Tristan Thompson, in Cleveland.)

Documenting the lavish setup on Snapchat, the sisters captured all the lip kit Queen’s best Turkey Day efforts, right down to the smallest unforgettable details.

First up? Her gorgeous dining room, which was decorated with chairs of various pink hues to match the adorbs pink, gold, and white butterfly and heart prints on the wall.

The table itself was set with candles, lots of white flowers, and pretty, vintage-inspired china, including plates emblazoned with the word “Thankful” in gold.

As for the food, there was no shortage of mouth-watering treats to feast on, even prior to the main dining event. Guests were treated to a HUGE array of desserts, including orange and yellow donuts, pretzel sticks covered in chocolate, brownies, gingerbread whoopie pies topped with cute little turkeys, and cake pops shaped like pumpkins, all displayed via seasonally appropriate wooden trays and surrounded by festive fall foliage and pinecones.

According to People, big sister Kim also brought over some turkey-shaped Rice Krispie treats to add to the mix before the fam sat down to enjoy a hot meal, which included ALL the trimmings: Think turkey, ham, stuffing, mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, cranberry sauce, sweet potato casserole, and yes, even Brussels sprouts.

Earlier in the day, the youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan took to her website to give thanks, acknowledging that she has “SO many things to be grateful for this year. I know I’m one lucky girl,” she wrote. “Where would I be without my mom, dad, sisters and brother? I love you guys unconditionally.”

Happy Thanksgiving, Kylie!

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(Photo via Ethan Miller/Getty + @kourtneykardashian, @kendalljenner, + @maG)