Thanksgiving Table Details
Oh hey, November!! Can y’all believe it?! It’s almost time for Thanksgiving and for me, a BABY!! Ahhhhh 🙂 This year I wanted to create a neutral, simple table for Turkey day including a lot of DEALS! You don’t need to spend a lot of moolah to make a beautiful space. I used a bunch of items I already had and paired them with some new beauties.
First things first when styling a table, the centerpiece, and specifically, a runner! I used the same “eat, drink and be thankful” gem I purchased last year! I first placed this in the the center of the table and styled from there. Next up I added two white berry garlands (on sale), down the middle of the runner. I then placed bigger items in between the berries for height: jars filled with dried pampas at both ends, two black lanterns ($13!) with a single white pumpkin inside and 8 multiple level black candle sticks in the center. These items really created a modern farmhouse look! I finished off the centerpiece with what I call, filling. You could use any smaller decor items of your choice. I decided to use small plastic white and knit pumpkins as well as antlers I already had. It was the perfect country touch!
Now it was time for the place setting! Again, I used items I already had and paired them with a few new Thanksgiving pieces including, my small “thankful” and “grateful” app plates and “thankful” napkins. These two are great festive touches to really elevate your table. When it comes to a place setting, I always start with a charger. It is not only a great design element, but it also is a dedicated space for each guest at the table. I used my sliced wood chargers, which I have had for years. These are a great investment item! I then styled out the rest of the setting in this order: napkin with the “thankful” showing, cement dinner plate, festive app plate and name card attached to dried grass. The personal touch is always a-must when entertaining. It makes your guests feel special! 🙂 For glasses, I utilized my everyday mason jars and fun gold flutes. I finally set the table with one last item, my new DEAL gold flatware ($29 for a 4 settings), adding a fun metallic touch to tie in the creams on the table and gold candles. Overall the table feels very farmhouse with a modern touch.
Please leave a comment with any questions you have. If you are interested in my dining room furniture, check out this blog post! See below to shop everything from my Thanksgiving Table. Happy decorating!