Thanksgiving Tablescape Inspiration
As Thanksgiving day quickly approaches next week, it's that time of year again where we start prepping for the annual feast. If you're anything like me, you know that deciding on how to decorate your dinner table for the big day is almost as important as deciding what to eat. As friends and family fill our homes, there's nothing better than having a beautiful tablescape to gather around and celebrate. While I'll be spending my Thanksgiving in Europe this year away from family, I want to continue the American traditions here so that my European friends can experience them as well. Food coma included.
When it comes to getting ideas for how to set the holiday table this year, I've been feeling inspired by natural materials, seasonal produce, and fall foliage. From persimmons and pecans to rich hued florals, the options for decorating are abundant and endless. Check out these beautiful fall tablescapes I'm inspired by that are sure to impress your guests and make your home feel fun and festive.
Gorgeous garland and fall color inspired florals adorn this outdoor friendsgiving table
Foraged branches and greens are perfect for hanging above the table to enhance the ambiance
Tall candle sticks and vintage gold candle stick holders are an easy way to make a space feel inviting and set the holiday mood
Tie guests over until dinner with a fall inspired cheese plate. And don't forget to spice things up and add other seasonal delights such as chestnuts, persimmons, pears, and pomegranates
And no Thanksgiving centerpiece is complete without a beautiful fall floral arrangement. I love the wild look of these arrangements which mix foraged foliage and branches with edibles and rich hued florals
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