Happy Sunday before Thanksgiving! What are your plans for the holiday? (I mean besides stuffing your face full of way too much food totally regretting it, vowing you will never do it again, and then stuffing your face full of dessert an hour later.) I love to hear about other people’s family traditions. I think it is one of the best part of the holiday season. Wherever you are celebrating, (we will be at my grandma’s house this year), you may have the opportunity to appreciate some beautiful holiday tablescapes. Maybe you are hosting (yikes!), so the décor is up to you. my opinion it isn’t as important how the table is decorated as who is around it, but I am secretly jealous of a gorgeous harvest table. Here are a few tasteful and beautiful, yet relatively simple table scape ideas you may want to tackle this week! If you are featured please feel free to grab a button from the side bar!
I am in love with this idea from Janel at Hating Martha. These are double sided chalkboard place mats! What an awesome idea and perfect for those of us young and old to write down what we are thankful for. I really am glad to have found Janel’s blog also because her entire premise is being real about imperfections in creating and in life. How refreshing!
This tablescape from Debbie at Confessions of a Plate Addict caught my eye because it is simple and elegant, plus I am a sucker for white pumpkins. I really enjoy that the décor is beautiful and not overpowering. I don’t like when the centerpiece distracts from good conversation. This table oozes peace and happiness, perfect for Thanksgiving!
This rustic tablescape from Kelly at Eclectically Vintage is made using thrift store finds. I love the thought of old trinkets reminding us of memories when we are around the table with family and friends. What a great way to get good conversation going and remind us of what we are thankful for.
Christina from I gotta create made these sweet napkin rings that double as place settings! They are made from paper towel/toilet paper tubes. These seem perfect for those on a budget or working last minute this week to prepare. This is something even the kids could help with as well! Great idea!
Amanda from Serenity Now shared her ideas for a Thrifty thanksgiving tablescape. I love the elegance mixed with elements of nature. I think my favorite parts are the pumpkin and the gorgeous floral plates. I love how it all came together.
I am loving all these ideas. Thanks to everyone who creates and shares so that I can feel inspired! I am looking forward to Thanksgiving more than maybe ever before this year and am trying so hard to focus on what really matters most. I have so much to be thankful for! Hope you all have a wonderful and safe holiday!