Can you guys believe that Thanksgiving is next week!? I mean, seriously!!! It’s going to be New Year’s before we know it. I love gathering around the table with friends and family on Thanksgiving! It’s a time to pause and reflect on all that we have to be thankful for. And I have oh so much to be thankful for! One thing that I enjoy is creating tablescapes for holidays. This year, I decided to go with a simple Thanksgiving tablescape.
Today, I’m joining a few friends for a Gather ‘Round the Table Thanksgiving Tablescapes blog hop that my sweet friend Amber has graciously put together. If you have hopped over from Lora’s blog, wasn’t her cornucopia centerpiece beautiful!
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A Simple Thanksgiving Tablescape
Let me go ahead and share this simple thanksgiving tablescape with you all. I threw this tablescape together in about 15 minutes. I’m not even kidding. That’s how easy this is going to be. So if you are looking for some quick and easy inspo for Thanksgiving, hear ya go!
The first thing that I did to create this simple Thanksgiving tablescape was place some eucalyptus garland and stems in the center of the table. I picked this up at Hobby Lobby (when it was half-off, of course). Then I added some varying sized brass candlesticks throughout the garland. It still seemed like something was missing after I added the candlesticks, so I decided to add in a few pine cones to give it more texture and color.
Once I had the centerpiece done, I started with the place settings. I used the wood slices as my chargers because I loved the natural element they added. My everyday white plates that I’ve had for about 15 years now are my go-to for all tablescapes. I absolutely love these plates because they go with every table setting and have held up so well over the years! The ornamental pear on top of each plate added the perfect touch to finish off the look.
I may have let out a little squeal when I found this copper flatware at Walmart! I knew it would go perfect with my fall tablescape and it was such a great price that I couldn’t pass it up!! I’m looking forward to using them in my Christmas tablescape as well.
If you’ve been around for a bit, you know it’s hard for me to put together any space without including some vintage. I found the beautiful vintage amber glassware at a local thrift store for $1 each and knew that I had to have them.
I love the way that the tablescape turned out. It has so many different textures and elements that create a warm and welcoming vibe for guests.
I hope this has inspired you some to create a simple Thanksgiving tablescape. Just look around your home and use things that you may already have. I’m constantly moving around decor and repurposing things to decorate with. It makes things fun and interesting.
If you haven’t already, make sure to head over to visit my friend, Cindy! She is sure to make laugh while sharing lots of beautiful inspiration. Then head to the bottom of this post to see the link-up for everyone else.
Happy Thanksgiving, friends! Be blessed!! xoxo
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