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It’s not too soon to be thinking about Thanksgiving. These 14 Thanksgiving tablescape ideas will help get you started.
In our homes, it seems like we entertain more during the Fall season. Whether it’s watching football, impromptu soup dinners or family Thanksgiving – we love to decorate our dining room tables. Here are 14 Thanksgiving tablescape ideas to spark your creativity!
This Blue and White Fall Tablescape is still one of my favorites. Copper is a fun addition to your autumn decor.
Painted pumpkins are a perfect solution when little boo pumpkins are scarce at the market. This cute burlap silverware holder adds personality to your tablescape. It holds sweet sentiments for each guest.
As an alternative to place card holders, we used the baby picture of each guest placed in miniature frames.
Pairing turquoise and copper is a fun color choice for the Thanksgiving table
Using pattern is a great way to keep the tablescape interesting. Jenn’s natural fall table is so pretty using buffalo check.
Fresh cut greenery is a perfect centerpiece.
Over the years I’ve learned, that if I can’t find the decor I want, I can make it. These Cornhusk Votives were an easy craft and they looked great on the table.
I try to think outside of the box when it comes to place card holders. Little planted succulents made for pretty banners.
Wood slices work well too.
A traditional Thanksgiving tablescape is so pretty. Gourds, feathers and berries look great on the table.
Purple glass was the showcase of a fall wine dinner tablescape.
Vintage bottles are part of a treasured collection.
When creating your table decor, use what you have on hand. Wagons, vintage toy trucks, baskets, wooden bowls and more. They work well as vessels to hold pinecones, berries, mini gourds, pumpkins or branches.
As an example, I used this antique fishing creel basket.
Jenn used antique sewing table drawers to create a centerpiece. The vintage purple bottles hold baby’s breath and wheat. A pinecone makes for another creative and easy place card holder.
I’m working on a current Thanksgiving tablescape that I will share with you next week. Do you like doing tablescapes?