Putting together a beautiful festive table doesn’t have to be difficult. See how to create an easy Thanksgiving tablescape by adding to what you already have at home.
Are you hosting Thanksgiving at your house this year? I love hosting gatherings at our house. And Thanksgiving is a perfect excuse to host. A few months ago I got a new farmhouse style table and it seats 10 people. I have already had my family over for dinner and it was so nice to have us all around this beautiful table. It made me super excited to decorate and set the table for the holidays.
Since Fall is my favorite season, I got my table decorated early for the season. My husband thinks I’m a little crazy, decorating so early, but I’ve loved having my tablescape done. I’ve really enjoyed it. What I love about this Thanksgiving tablescape is how easy it was to put together. I was able to use some items I already had on hand to add to some new items I bought at the store.
It is my personal opinion that you can never have too many pumpkins when you’re decorating for fall. I already had this beautiful cream dough bowl in the center of my table, I just added a few more fake pumpkins and ghourds to what I had from last year to fill the dough bowl. I found the copper candlesticks at the store and already had the flameless candles to go on top. I think a good tablescape needs height and these candlesticks help bring that height element to the table. They look really cute nestled among all the pumpkins.
Not only does an easy Thanksgiving tablescape need height, it needs texture. I love the textures in these place settings. I already had plain white dinner plates in my cupboard. I just needed a few things to make them pop. Like these gold chargers! The best part about these chargers are that they are disposable! I was able to get 10 for under $10. I love the finish on them too. The cute thankful salad plates with gold trim are disposable too, but add such a fun touch. I finished off the place setting with these woven rust colored napkins. The color and texture on these place settings are my favorite!
I loved the simple gold sentiment of this table runner. It fit perfectly under my dough bowl and adds so much to my tablescape. The pumpkins help bring all the colors together and it screams fall, Thanksgiving and everything I love about the season.
To create an easy Thanksgving tablescape of your own, add a few new items to things you already have, keeping costs low. Pick a color scheme that you love or goes along with your theme. Add height and texture to create interest in your tablescape. Those are my best tips for creating something you’ll love. Do you have any additional tips? I’d love to hear them.
What color scheme are you going to go with this year?