Thanksgiving Tablescape Blog Hop

Thanksgiving Tablescape
and Blog Hop

This busy time of the year finds us celebrating another holiday, Thanksgiving is just a week away in the United States and this is one of my favorite holidays.  I try to always live life with a grateful heart, but at Thanksgiving, I think so many of us are more likely to think about and be thankful for our blessings.  Today I am especially appreciative for all of the bloggers who join me season after season sharing their amazing talents and creative ideas.

I hope you will take the time to visit these other blogs and see the creative ways they have interpreted Thanksgiving in their lovely tablescapes.I have added two small colorful turkey pitchers to my table, both will be filled with hot turkey gravy to add to turkey, stuffing, potatoes and dumplings.

A fall floral centerpiece will greet guests as they arrive and then find itself moved to the sideboard to make room for generous dishes of food.  Wood slices will serve as trivets for additional hot dishes. 

I am hosting a big crowd for Thanksgiving this year, so I have pulled out my old Target pinecone dinnerware.  I bought all of the pieces I could when this pattern was available, but now wish I had purchased even more of the dinner plates!  For this table, I paired the dinner plates with green Sierra Pine salad plates by Bonjour.  The chargers are Better Homes and Gardens for Walmart.  The solid colors of each of these layers with the raised pinecone patterns complement each other so perfectly.  

A turkey platter sits on each end of the table, ready to be laden with juicy sliced turkey!  

These little turkey salt and pepper shakers were purchased for my by my husband a few years ago because they reminded me of the pair my mother always had on the table for Thanksgiving dinner.  My mother recently gifted me that original pair, but alas, the paint is flaking off, but these two will do!

I hope your Thanksgiving is filled with good food, family and friends.  I give thanks that you have come and visited Celebrate & Decorate!


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  1. Chloe, I really like the look of all those solid pine cone elements layered – that’s all very classic and great for those of us who love layering our tables. The chargers as trivets are a great idea, and I may just use that for my quartz kitchen island at Christmas where I serve my buffet.

    Again, many thanks, now and throughout the year, for all you do in the blogging community. You’re a gem.

  2. Chloe, I’m swooning over the turkey pitchers! Where did you find them? Such a good idea for serving gravy. Another great idea I’m gonna copy is using the woodcuts as trivets — genius! I currently use mine as chargers, but now they can have another purpose. Those Walmart chargers grace one of my tables too. They go so perfectly with your plate stack! Great dual holiday use too with Christmas in the wings. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  3. Oh my goodness! That beautiful platter is just waiting for your turkey!!! The gravy pitchers are a wonderful addition, not only are they aesthetically pleasing- they are very needed for your turkey dinner. Very pretty table! Thanks so much for getting this group together for a wonderful week of beautiful tables. It is always a pleasure to join you on these hops, I am thankful you allow me to do so. I hope you have a blessed Thanksgiving.

  4. Chloe, How nice you will have a crowd for Thanksgiving and your table is ready. Your fresh flowers are lovely and I love your pinecone plate stack. Your cutlery pairs perfectly and your sentimental turkey salt and pepper shakers are meaningful remembering your mother.
    Thank you for all you do for the tablescaping hops. I have enjoyed learning from each other and made meaningful friendships.
    I wish you and your family a lovely Thanksgiving.

  5. I love your pinecone pieces Chloe, they transition seamlessly from Thanksgiving through Christmas and the winter months! Your handsome Tom turkey platter and pretty pitchers and shaker set add the perfect Thanksgiving touch. Thank you for all your organizing efforts for these blog hops. It’s always a pleasure to join at the table, Happy Thanksgiving. ♥

  6. Chloe, your table is just beautiful, and I adore all the cute turkey accents! I think that turkey platter steals the show! It is gorgeous! Your floral centerpiece is so pretty, and makes the perfect finishing touch! I hope that you and your family have a very Happy Thanksgiving!

  7. Gobble Gobble Chloe, I love this turkey filled table! Your plate stacks are so pretty and the turkey platters and pitchers are wonderful! Your table not only looks beautiful, but you have really thought it through and designed it for serious Thanksgiving dining! Great idea to replace the centerpiece with food at dinner time. Thank you so much for your tireless organizing of our tablescape group, you truly are a blessing! I wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  8. My sweet friend, your table is gorgeous as usual. You have such a talent for tablescapes as well as DIY’s….and I laugh every time I think of the many conversations you and I have had at Haven conferences, as we discussed your DIYs and my attempts at DIY’s. I am sure your family (little grand daughters in particular) will ooh and ahh over your turkeys on your Thanksgiving table. They are perfect as are your plate stacks that encompass all the colors in your fresh flowers. Very pretty. I know you work so hard on preparing these blog hops and we are so appreciative of your efforts. And I say it over and over, but it can not be said too many times, that if one does not come away with ideas or inspiration from all the creative efforts of so many, then they are not looking. Happy Thanksgiving my good friend.

    1. Thank you so much Kari! I am so happy to count you among my blogging friends! I think I still struggle to find my blogging path, you do such a great job navigating it! Happy Thanksgiving to you!

  9. Your chosen dinnerware is so right for this holiday and I must find a turkey pitcher. This table is gorgeous and I hope you find the time to sit back, put your feet up and get some well-deserved rest. Thank you so much for the opportunities you give us to showcase our creations. We are blessed to have you as a friend. Enjoy the holiday dear friend.

    1. Thank you so much Sandra! I really wanted a big turkey, but at least my pair of pitchers are giving me some color on my table! I am blessed to count you as one of my longest standing blogging friends!

  10. So pretty Chloe! I love the dinnerware you chose- the mix of colors and pinecone accent are wonderful and your floral arrangement is gorgeous! I like the idea of the wood trivets for hot food dishes and the turkey piece for gravy! Sounds and looks like you’ll have a wonderful Thanksgiving Day celebration! Thanks for hosting this blog hop and allowing us to share some inspiration for the holiday.

  11. Chloe, the best decor are the faces around your table, how wonderful that you are having a crowd. I love the plate stack with the pine cone detail, great transitional dish ware. Your floral centerpiece along with your turkey accents are perfect for your Thanksgiving dinner. Thank you for hosting the blog hops, I know they require time. I am so honored to have the opportunity to participate. Happy Thanksgiving my friend! I look forward to the Christmas hop!

  12. Wow, the tom platter is gorgeous. Lovely table and the dish stack is so earthy. Fresh flowers are always so wonderful. The centerpiece is so pretty. Gotta love your sweet turkeys. You have been so busy. I know your sweet grand daughters will enjoy your Thanksgiving table. Thank you again Chloe for organizing these wonderful blog hops. Happy Thanksgiving.

  13. Hi Chloe

    Congratulations on a job well done talented lady. I truly love the combination of the pine cones motifs in your choice of plates, chargers as they transition and morph into a picturesque match. They truly complement each other. I know that your crowd (LOL) will have a pleasurable experience with such a beautiful setting. Happy Thanksgiving, God bless you and your love ones!

  14. Chloe, first thank yo so much for being such a great blog hop hostess. Such fun to see what everyone is creating. I love all your dishes and how you combine them. How sweet to use your mom’s salt and pepper shakers. Hope the paint stays on for a few more years.

  15. Hi Chloe! I love your floral centerpiece – it’s the perfect natural touch to your stunning tablescape. Your plateware is gorgeous and you coordinated it all together so well. And I love all the ceramic turkeys! Thanks so much for inviting me to join this blog hop and have a happy Thanksgiving!

  16. Chloe, thank you for hosting such a wonderful tablescape hop for Thanksgiving! I absolutely love the variety of styles and inspiration everyone brings. And, I love your table too – I can see why you bought as many pine cone plates as you could find. They look fantastic on your table and I love the colors you used. Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  17. What a fun Blog Hop! So many great Thanksgiving Tables. I just love your Turkey pitcher. I honestly couldn’t find my turkey plates this year – the cool ones – I think I must have let someone borrow them. Our crowd is getting so big that I ended up using our green ones with embossed turkeys on the edges. My blog tablescape is for a much smaller crowd.
    Hope you have a lovely Thanksgiving.

  18. Chloe, I have such great admiration for your talents! I love your plate stack – the solid colors do compliment one another so well and allow you to see the details in each piece. I love your turkey salt and pepper shakers and the rich tones in rust and evergreen. I bet Thanksgiving at your home is a lively affair! I’m so thankful to have “met” you and hope to meet you at the next Haven, but until then, I wish you and your family a wonderful and Happy Thanksgiving!

  19. Hi Chloe! Your table looks so inviting with the gorgeous fall centerpiece and layered pinecone plates. I also like the rust colored runner against the wood grain of your dining table. And the Tom plates, salt & pepper shakers and pitchers make it known that the table is set for a cozy Thanksgiving meal. Thank you for all you do to coordinate these blog hops. I wish you and your family a very happy Thanksgiving!

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