It’s our favorite time of the year! Thanksgiving is one of our favorite holidays because it’s all about family, food and drinks! If you’re hosting, setting up a tablescape can be one of the most enjoyable (or stressful parts)! Depending where you are on the scale, here are some themes to get you started!
Neutral is SO in right now. It’s a beautiful way to decorate your table in any style of home. For this table, a white linen + dinner napkins give a clean look. Greenery is a great table runner and easy and not expensive (we like to use market greens and branches from our yard). White pumpkins are a great addition and usually can be purchased at your local garden center. Taper candles add a nice little ambiance too if you're serving dinner a little later. If you’re looking for additional accents, gold flatware and chargers can add that extra something!
Orange and Pink
How cute is the orange, white and pink table! It’s vintage with a twist of modern. If you’re looking for a little upgrade, colored pink glasses and white and gold flatware just make the table and you can rent them at a party center near you.We are usually not a fan of plaid, but this might have changed our mind. Purchase some fresh colorful flowers at your local grocery store and use any type of bud vase or clear containers you have at home.
Fruit and Flowers
For those who are not as into florals, a fruit centerpiece is just as fabulous! After setting your Thanksgiving table with your own plates, linens and flatware, take a trip to the grocery store and purchase some colorful fresh fruit; apples, plums, pears, artichokes are great colorful and textured options. Grab some greenery from your backyard to tie them all together. We love using bowls we already have on hand because they don’t have to match, but you can always go to a home store and purchase matching sets.
Pumpkin Palooza Tablescape
What screams more Thanksgiving season then pumpkins? We love this palette with classic white dinner plates, blue salad plates and striped dinner napkins tied with twine and fresh sage. The colorful pumpkins can be purchased online or at Home Goods. No tablecloth needed here, just add glass hurricane lanterns with white candles to add some ambiance.
Dinner + Disco
For anyone looking for a little more fun at their table, this one is for you. Disco balls can be found at any party store and add that glam to the tablescape. Along with some pumpkins, a table runner (scrunched), flowers from your local grocery store and some candles, this will be a certain crowd pleaser! Renting (or collecting) some colored vintage glassware adds an extra pop to the table.