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Thanksgiving Table Settings
You've spent hours preparing your home-cooked Thanksgiving feast. The turkey is cooked, the potatoes are mashed, the pies are baked. You have worked so hard, and your work is beautiful. So why not dress up your masterpiece by simply treating it with a few festive decorations? You deserve that much .
Choosing a great table setting can be stressful and time-consuming. You've just spent hours prepping your feast; chances are you won't have time to research appropriate table settings. We've gone ahead and done the hard work for you and have listed our top Thanksgiving table settings that are both lovely and unique. Whether you are going for elegant, classic, festive, or rustic, there is an idea here for you that is sure to make your Thanksgiving that much more memorable!
1. Shabby Chic
White pumpkins, fine crystal, and chic white plates mixed with neutral tones. Add a burlap table runner to put the "shabby" with your "chic"!
2. Modern Farmhouse
More white pumpkins! (Yes, we are a little obsessed.) Wild flowers, antlers, and lamb's ear leaves. Use either plaid or burlap for your runner and napkins.
Pumpkins on pumpkin on pumpkins! If you're in for a little project, paint your pumpkins fun, these cool, autumn colors and use as a centerpiece. No table runner needed!
Think stone, clay, and wood. Where this table setting below is more of a minimalist's rustic look, adding rustic elements can make the atmosphere feel welcoming and homey.
In a hurry? On a budget? Some simple pinecones, mini pumpkins, and a few plaid napkins is all you need to make your Thanksgiving table looks extra cozy.
Everyone loves a good floral centerpiece. While wildflowers are typically an autumn staple, feel free to make your own fall arrangement! Using fall-colored table runners and tablecloths will give your look the fall-vibes that it needs.
Go all out with your fall decor - down to the pumpkin soup bowls! Get festive with your look, adding in elements of harvest. (After all, that is what we are celebrating , isn't it?)