Thanksgiving Tablescape

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{ Table setting – HomeGoods, Potterybarn, Nicole Miller Dishes, & Michaels }

Give thanks with an unexpected pop of color this year. While I love the beautiful colors of fall, it’s fun to change up your traditional Thanksgiving Tablescape. Instead of using fine china, I decided to mix in turquoise dishes from Nicole Miller (no longer available), and the pop of color is bright and fun. With touches of gold, brown, orange, and silver, the overall look remains festive and perfect for a family feast.

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{ The napkins were tied with twine and attached to a “give thanks” tag. If you don’t have craft paper, use the non printed side of a brown paper bag, as shown here. When children are at the table, I like to be sure and add touches they would enjoy too. These felt turkey stickers from Michaels are festive for both adults and kids }

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{A pair of cute turkey’s from HomeGoods adds another touch of playfulness for the kids}

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{ Carved out pumpkins make for an easy and beautiful flower vase }

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Remember a tablecape can be beautiful without spending too much. Mix and match the pieces you already have, and then add your decorative touches. Adding pine cones, leaves, gourds, pumpkins, and flowers are all inexpensive (or free) ways to bring fall to your table. Finally, although we “the adults” love a glamorous table, keep in mind the children and bring a little fun to the table! Happy decorating!

2 Comments

    • Kelly
      December 7, 2015 / 6:35 pm

      Lol! Thanks babe! Hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving as well!

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