The holiday season is here and it’s time to start thinking about our Thanksgiving tables. Whether you do a formal seating arrangement or a casual buffet, a few embellishments can make the holiday festive and memorable for you and your guests.
There are several things we love about this table. The first is the monochromatic plates. Grey and black aren’t your typical thanksgiving tones but absolutely work with this muted color scheme. Also, notice the napkins are mismatched and tied in a loose knot with a little spray of baby’s breath to finish the look.
photo: lauren conrad
Mixed metals are big in home interiors right now so why not carry the trend over to the dinner table? Shiny silver and copper mixes beautifully with wood-slice chargers to create a look that’s both rustic and romantic.
photo: sanctuary home
If you follow our blog, you probably know how much we love using fresh florals and things found in nature in our decor. It’s also a budget-friendly option for your Thanksgiving tablescape. Start with a swag of greenery and sprinkle in some fresh fruit. Artichokes, pears, apples, and mini pumpkins all work great this time of year.
photo: rachael ray
Don’t forget the kids table! We recommend going for something equally cute and functional here. Finger foods and simple crafts will keep tiny hands entertained and out of the kitchen, while they wait patiently for the main meal.
photo: baked bree
A single arrangement on a smaller table can free up additional space for food. This would also look nice on a dessert table.
Rock the Plaid
We have nothing but love for plaid. It’s super cute and classy for the holidays. Pair it with gold tones and greenery to fancy it up a bit.
photo: bless’er house
Wishing you a very happy and blessed Thanksgiving!