Long before the appetizer is served, your table will make a good first impression with these ideas for place cards, centerpieces, linens, and more.
It’s been a blast creating ideas for the holiday table this month, and today we’ve got one more stunner to share (plus a delightful table from a creative friend later this afternoon!) For this setting, we were inspired by the shapes and hues of falling leaves…
Set the table and mood. Let your table reflect the warm colors of the season. The vibrancy of autumn shines through with aged wood, roses the color of fallen leaves, and fresh produce. A mix of antique and reproduction creamware, vintage amber glasses and dessert plates, and the utter simplicity of beeswax candles sets the mood. Here, propped against a russet-tinged pear, a rectangle of scallop-edged stationery is embellished with silk ribbon. Use your best handwriting to place family and friends around the table.
I have posted Thanksgiving Table Centerpiece Ideas article couple days ago and it has become a very popular topic. To make it even better for you, I have now picked 10 really nice table settings that I think will give you some creative ideas and help you set your very special holiday table. Enjoy and have a great Thanksgiving!
Thanksgiving table decorations don’t have to be too fancy or expensive. It’s amazing how beautiful vegetables and fruit can be. There are many great fall harvest items at your local grocery store that you can use, such as pumpkins, gourds, pomegranates, cranberries and corn.
Whether your taste in tablescapes is subdued or sumptuous, get ready to give thanks in style. Browse photos of beautiful Thanksgiving table settings, centerpieces and accessories for ideas and inspiration.
The table, dressed in a rich palette and laden with autumn fruit, sets the tone for an intimate Thanksgiving dinner. Plump persimmons and scarlet pomegranates adorn the table — and the menu — a ripe reminder of the season’s exuberant, and occasionally exotic, abundance.