Terrific Ideas for the Thanksgiving Table

Giving Thanks in Style


This idea for place cards from HGTV is too cute for words. The design is so clever and I love the use of items from nature in your Fall decor. The white pumpkins are the perfect size and great for your guests to take with them. It looks as if the name tags are made from book pages, but you could use any variety of materials. Scrapbook paper would be great. If you’re a family that goes around the table, telling what you are thankful for, you could take note of what everyone says and the following year, you could type the answers up and use that paper for the name tags. It could become a new family tradition.

Thanksgiving Tables

I love the look of twine and burlap for Fall. This Thanksgiving table from Real Simple looks festive, yet casual with the twine wrapped bottles. I used twine on a candle holder in this post and used it to hold shells. All that’s needed to create this look is twine and a glue gun! It’s another great way to add some natural elements to your table decor.

Thanksgiving Table

This is such a creative idea for your centerpiece using candles with a little something extra! Country Living always provides wonderful inspiration and they didn’t disappoint this time! It’s simple but gorgeous! You could get the kids involved in cutting out letters and wrapping candles.

Thanksgiving Table

I’m loving this idea from Martha Stewart! If you don’t have Thanksgiving themed dishes…no worries…simply take some beautiful fall leaves, place them under clear glass plates and voila! Instant unique Fall dinnerware! How clever and easy?!?!?!

Thanksgiving Table

The traditional Thanksgiving meal is so important to our families, but don’t forget to dress your table before the food makes it’s debut. Fall decor is fun and easy to incorporate into your table setting. Make your Thanksgiving special with a beautiful table for your guests to enjoy!


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