Here are ten different ideas to take away when setting your Thanksgiving table. It’s fun to make this holiday feel special and show how grateful we are for friends and family. Click on the link sources for more details.
Shades of Blue
You could think out of the color box like Jane did here…
Or set a soothing neutral table like Sheila’s…
Annie has a way of keeping it simple but festive…
Melaine found those wooden trees in the dollar section at Target. It’s good to find inspiration from different places.
Cindy ties colorful leaves and stems on her napkins.
Different Flower Bouquets
Last year, I used five mixed vases with five different flower bouquets and tied name tags on faux pears.
These pretty accessories are all the rage! This is my sister’s table (where we will be spending Thanksgiving) this year.
At my cousin, Janice’s house she set the table with heirloom china and crystal. This is definitely a good time to use your good stuff.Classic Casual Home
Using What You Have
Brooke comes up with a different combo by checking what she already has.
And that is basically what I did here by using a blue and white quilt that I had with my 15 year old pumpkin bowls. Check out what you have and then improvise.
Hopefully, you have some ideas for your Thanksgiving Table. And speaking of parties, we just had the best time over the weekend at Mercedes and Mark’s house in Florida. Mercedes gave me all her wonderful recipes (for a large group) that I will post about soon. We are in New York now…crisp Fall air. I’m going to be layering as it was warm when I was packing in SF (and it’s a bit cooler than I was thinking it would be–but lovely). Can’t wait to get out and explore.
Have a wonderful day!