An Elegant Thanksgiving Table Setting

A couple weeks ago, I guest posted for Better Homes and Gardens Style Spotters blog, sharing my tips for hosting a beautiful and relaxed Thanksgiving. I had an extremely difficult time just sharing a few photographs of the Thanksgiving table setting. Today, I’m sharing all of the details beautifully captured by Jenny Wheat. Here comes a little eye candy… Pottery Barn wood chargers pretty pink & berry centerpiece Floral arrangements by Volante Floral Design. Thanksgiving table setting Using wood grain washi tape, I taped sprigs of rosemary for remembrance, a photograph of an old home on my grandparent’s property from my childhood, favorite quotes, family photos & a photograph of our old street in the Fall. It took just a few minutes and filled the void on the wall. last minute diy decor rosemary as a symbol of remembrance green Thanksgiving with thankful for cards {china from the Vintage Plate Company} cinnamon stick cocktail stirrers Apple Cider Signature Cocktail rustic Thanksgiving My antique dresser, filled with linens, topped with wispy flowers, found antlers and a pitcher of water. rosemary for remembrance Pottery Barn Stag Head gilded If you’re in our home, you risk being gilded. I love my new stag head bottle topper! stylist Julie Blanner and myself doing a few last minute touches…completely unprepared for the camera. organic Thanksgiving gold flatware Have you printed my Thanksgiving word search yet? rustic decor dining room drapes chandelier bar cart stylingHappy Thanksgiving! I hope you enjoy a beautiful holiday weekend! Are you hosting?

Julie Blanner is the voice behind Coordinately Yours, a stylish lifestyle blog filled with do-it-yourself inspiration for effortless entertaining, home design and thoughtful gift-giving.

5 Comments

  • Reply November 26, 2013

    Ali | Gimme Some Oven

    Absolutely gorgeous, Julie!!! I especially love the little art wall with the washi tape!

    • Reply November 26, 2013

      Julie

      Thanks Ali! You’re so sweet!

  • Reply November 26, 2013

    Tanya Patrice

    Really beautiful setting! I love having freshly cut flowers around the house, but don’t use them often enough.

    • Reply November 26, 2013

      Julie

      Thanks Tanya! I’m making my centerpiece from a couple of inexpensive grocery store potted plants this week. They offer more stems for less. I hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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