Thanksgiving Table

Life is great, when you’re grateful.  2012 has been an incredible year for my family and I.  I look forward to slowing down and celebrating it today!  Here’s a peek at this year’s Thanksgiving table.

Thanksgiving table setting

I always try to design a table that is inexpensive and doesn’t take a lot of effort.  This year’s was no exception.  In fact, I spent $3.99 + tax – for the flowers.

For the sake of ease, I also set out serving utensils and preset the table.
Thanksgiving table setting with free printable Thankful For cards
It’s not to late to print out Thankful For cards for your Thanksgiving dinner.  Click here.
easy Thanksgiving table setting
The wheatgrass was snipped from the back of my wheat sheath wreath and tied with velvet ribbon.
muted Thanksgiving table setting with mums
I arranged a bouquet of white mums in a tarnished mint julep cup.  The mini white pumpkins have been used in a variety of ways throughout our home over the last couple months.
DIY Thanksgiving table decor ideas
I also incorporated the burlap table runner and a few unscented candles.  I don’t like to overfill the table so that there is plenty of room for drinks, rolls, etc.
Fall decor
I left the antique dresser fairly bare so that it can host bottles of wine and a pitcher of water, but I accented it with two week old mums {rustic, right} and a pumpkin.
The dining room is next on my completion list!  Window treatments and a rug will complete the space.  Hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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.

1 Comment

  • Reply November 22, 2012

    Terry

    This is so pretty. I love the white colour palette and the burlap looks homey.

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