Thanksgiving Tablescape Ideas

Found on brit.co

Found on brit.co

Thanksgiving is a time to gather with loved ones, give thanks, and enjoy an abundance of food and drink. Why not take the party up a notch by creating a tablescape that reflects these ideas of harvest and bounty. You can set a beautiful table by concentrating on things like color schemes, a particular group of seasonable flowers or gourds, or objects like candles and lanterns.

We’ve found gorgeous table decor ideas to help you create an amazing tablescape for entertaining your guests this holiday.

Found on blog.potterybarnkids.com

Found on blog.potterybarnkids.com

This rustic table design brings the outdoors in, featuring a neutral backdrop with pops of green and orange.

Found on eclecticallyvintage.com

Found on eclecticallyvintage.com

Have fun with kraft paper and chalk in this DIY kid-friendly tablescape. Take it a step further by leaving chalk pieces on the table and inviting guests to write down what they are thankful for.

Found on liagriffith.com

Found on liagriffith.com

Instead of the typical orange color scheme this holiday, try something unexpected but equally seasonably appropriate, with an elegant plum colored table. We love how it is paired here with metallic accents. So glamorous and chic!

Found on blog.williams-sonoma.com

Found on blog.williams-sonoma.com

With well thought out plating, why not let the dishes serve as the centerpiece! No need for extra frills when the turkey looks this good. Just pair the decadent serving trays, with beautiful linen backdrops and beautiful china at each place setting.

Found on familyholiday.net

Found on familyholiday.net

Play with different styles of pumpkins and gourds, paired with cut pieces of wood for an outdoorsy look and feel. I love the elegant look of these white pumpkins in tablescapes, and the wood chargers look especially rustic.

Found on allthingsheartandhome.com

Found on allthingsheartandhome.com

Who say’s your centerpiece can’t be edible? Luscious grapes in green and red combinations can serve an easy and bountiful way to spice up your table decor.

Found on morgankofron.com

Found on morgankofron.com

Make your guests think you hired a florist with this easy DIY planter. Just get an old wine crate and fill it with greens and seasonable produce. Take it a step further by scattering the table with tealight candles for ambiance.

How will you be setting your table this Thanksgiving?

Christina is an odd combination of a perfectionist that insists on things happening organically, or according to nature. She wants to have all the control, yet leave life up to chance, and it is a concept that she admittedly constantly struggles with. Her love for her family puts a spark in her eye that only happens with movie effects. She has three best friends from childhood and does not see a need for more. A self proclaimed hermit, she laughs at the hypocrisy of her love for party planning. Christina’s message is the importance of slowing down, and reclaiming joy by surrounding yourself with people and things you love. "I am going to make everything around me beautiful," she says, "that will be my life."

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