With Thanksgiving coming up, there will be lots of family, friends, and food. From elaborate to simple, you can create a pretty table to enjoy it aound!
Oranges with clove initials for placeholders are pretty and smell wonderful!
Cream colored pumpkins with cute placecards attached are easy to do and a nod to the traditional.
For centerpieces, something as simple and easy as candlelight is made a little more special with the addition of some dried citrus slices glued to the bases of the candles.
Tying dried, preserved, or faux leaves around the sides of a vase with twine is a pretty way to hide the stems and bring more color to the arrangement.
Mushrooms added to this tablescape are interesting and unusual.
If you’re setting up a buffet or serving pieces on the table, I love the look of these apples nestled around the base of the cider! This could be used around the base of an apple pie too. And the pewter toned cups with the cinnamon sticks? Love them too!
The layering of different textures in this placesetting is so stylish, and shows that not everything has to “match”.
The addition of a mirrored tabletop and lots of glass and silver make this setting more formal.
Still mad for plaid, and birds, and the fresh look of this table! I love the cable-knit cozy for the candle. I would probably try to repurpose a bit of a sleeve from an old sweater, but if you decide to knit a cozy like this, be sure to share pictures!
I hope these have given you some ideas and sparked some creativity! Is anyone out there hosting Thanksgiving at their place this year?
Picture credits: MyHomeIdeas.com, Holly Mathis Interiors, Good Housekeeping, Preston Bailey, Jen Capone via Queen of Hearts Wedding Consultants, Washington Spaces, Fine Living, DallasNews.com, GritsGlamour blog