Thanksgiving Table

Hello friends, Thanksgiving is fast approaching and it’s time to start thinking about setting your table for family and friends, which can often be a daunting task.  I like the simple, timeless approach,  try to avoid buying trendy items that you may look back and say, “What was I thinking?”

This season there are many affordable options, depending where you live and what you have access to.  I’ve seen beautiful arrangements this season using cotton, pheasant feathers, wheat, just to name a few.  The colors I’m loving this fall are plum and burgundy, an easy option is always fruit and fall foliage.

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plumvia www.boho-weddings.com This is the color scheme my pick this fall, check out more amazing pics. on Boho-weddings.com.
via www.weddingchicks.com  How beautiful is this linen napkin, pheasant feather, and brass napkin ring combination?  
via www.blog.birdsparty.com  More of the beautiful plum color, mixed with magnolia leaves and persimmons.
 via www.vignettedesign.net  Beautiful color combination.
pomvia  www.bridalguide.com This is a beautiful combination with the pine cones, pomegranates, and orchids.        
via www.blog.xoxobride.com Another simple, yet beautiful option for using pomegranates.
via www.stylemepretty.com This is another amazing arrangement, if you have access to fresh cut cotton.
via www.findinghomeonline.com  Black and white gingham, striped tea towel, and  a small twig of lavender.
via  www.potterybarn.com  These lovely ikat napkins would be perfect on any Thanksgiving table, priced at $16.00 for a set of four.  
via www.pinterest.com  Accorns and lavender.
via  www.intimateweddings.com Another great look if you have access to fresh-cut wheat.
via www.southernliving.com  Fall foliage and miniature pumpkins,  pop against the white table linens and dinnerware. 
via www.hgtv.com  This is a great idea for your guests or kiddos, write what your thankful, a beautiful keepsake.
leaves 1via www.eastcoastcreativeblog.com  Lovely craft idea for the kiddos, also another option for guests to share what they are thankful for.
via www.eastcoastcreativeblog.com  Creative artwork idea for the kiddos, using dry magnolia leaves.
 
Hope you’ve enjoyed taking a look at a few of my favorite picks for our Thanksgiving table and it’s helped get the creative juices flowing.
 
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Have a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving! 
  
Jessica
 
 
 

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