Thanksgiving Settings Two Ways

Thanksgiving is always full of family, hustle and bustle, gorgeous cocktails, and finally getting the chance to eat the foods we have been waiting for since last November. Don’t forget to make your table as beautiful as the rest of the night! Tablescapes can seem intimidating, but then don’t need to be. Earlier this fall I posted this guide of how to make an easy Fall tablescape which should help ease the intimidation factor that I know so many people feel with decorating their holiday tables.  I also wanted to share two of my favorite table settings and some fun finds for the kids’ table.  The first tabletop arrangement is for my blue and white lovers. Naturally, I had to add a pop of green too!

Charger // Dinner Plate // Dessert Plate // Peacock Figurines // Napkins // Napkin Rings // Mini Boxwood Wreaths // Flatware

 

 

I also love a neutral place setting for the holidays. It creates the perfect backdrop for all the seasonal colors from the decor and food to really pop. Items like red cranberries, orange sweet potatoes and fresh greenery cuttings become center stage, pulling the entire tabletop together. Add a few pheasant feathers and you’re all set!

Charger // Dinner Plates // Salad Plates // Tablecloth // Utensils // Place Card // Napkin Rings // Napkins

 

And last but not least, let’s not forget about the kids! Let’s face it, Thanksgiving is busy and adults want to catch up with family and enjoy a glass of wine, which can be tricky with little ones. Growing up we had a kids’ table and I remember feeling so special having a place just for us with fun little activities. Little did I realize at the time, it was equally as much for the parents as it was for the kids. In addition to the items below, I love these placemats for older kids and this article has loads of other great ideas!

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P.S. If you want more Fall table setting ideas,  these are the entertaining pieces I’ve been loving lately.

XO,

Sophie

 

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