Have you thought about how you want to decorate for Thanksgiving this year? If not, please allow me to be a resource, and supply you with 23 Beautiful Thanksgiving Table Ideas! I’m stretching beyond my comfort zone of soft blues and greens and venturing into traditional color for fall. So if you were looking for a coastal themed fall table ideas once again, please refer to my past works. Hey, a girl needs change every now and again, don’t you agree? I’m so happy to be participating in an amazing Styled + Set Fall Entertaining Tour hosted by Lory of Designthusiasm. Take a gander at my Thanksgiving Table and then drool upon all the 23 other gorgeous Thanksgiving table ideas by today’s top decor bloggers.
If you are hopping over from Ella Claire, then let me extend an extra special WELCOME! Like I said, I strolled out of my comfort zone of a coastal blue and green color palette. You all have no idea how hard this was for me! We all love our comfort zones. Deep burgundy, sunset orange, and apple red blush are not my regular colors, but they are the colors of fall.
In our family, we celebrate the official Thanksgiving holiday at my mother’s house. She decorates with traditional colors always, complete with little pilgrim salt and pepper shakers and everything nostalgic possible. Our Thanksgiving is usually 17+ people though (and that is just family!). I grew up spending Thanksgivings with a houseful of strangers. As it should be! My parents invited friend and foe into our home unabashedly. They were amazing in their love for people and opening their home to anyone who needed comfort.
I wish I could be as free and open as my parents were. Now a days we all gather together as a family, but I try to do a semi-Thanksgiving with my family during November for just our immediate family of 6. Hey… you can’t ever have enough turkey!
For this Thanksgiving table, I folded napkins in half, underlying the placesettings.
Utilize what you have in your yard! I clipped some random maple branches growing in our yard to use as fall decor. Free decor is the best!
In lieu of serving pumpkin soup this year, I filled a pumpkin soup bowl with grocery store chrysanthemums, daisies, and fall flower bouquets. Grabbing a combination of grocery store bouquets and your own yard clippings will always make a beautiful centerpiece!
Please check out all 23 of the gorgeous fall entertaining bloggers on this tour! They will bring you a multitude of Thanksgiving Entertaining Inspiration! Next up is the lovely and talented ZEVY JOY!
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