Thanksgiving Tablescape for Six
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This year I will be at my daughter’s home until Thanksgiving, so I styled this table at her home up in Maryland. It has been such a joy to be up here enjoying all of the beautiful color from the fall leaves.
These chargers were so unique, I feel like it is almost a shame to cover these up. The rich wood grain with blue and gray tones was perfect for my table. This one is no longer available online from World Market, but you might find it in their stores.
Incorporating blue is something I love to do at my home, and my daughter loves blue too, so these salad plates from Home Goods were perfect to top her everyday white dinner plates. These will be moved to the side as we take our dinner plates to the buffet of Thanksgiving foods set up on a nearby counter.
I brought along my little cutting boards that I used earlier this fall. This time, instead of antipasto, they will serve up warm sourdough rolls. I simple wrapped each roll in parchment paper and tied with twine. The addition of a little “thankful” note shows my appreciation for each dinner guest. If you missed how I shared these cutting boards earlier this fall you can see the delightful idea at Welcome Fall Tablescape.
Traditional fall elements, pumpkins and gourds, apples, leaves and grapevines, all real and faux intermixed make for a festive centerpiece.
Falling leaves stemware from Dollar Tree add to the festive look of the table.
Real and faux accents were arranged in galvanized lanterns, another Home Goods find.
I layered the table with a blue textured blanket and a plaid fall throw incorporating fall colors with the blues.
Fall picks with faux apples or pomegranates were tucked into napkin rings which held layered blue and orange napkins.
I wanted to finish with this photo, because, I am thankful for each of you that take the time to visit Celebrate and Decorate! I hope you are inspired to set a pretty table for your Thanksgiving dinner this year!
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