Thanksgiving Tablescape

Do any of you like to decorate for Thanksgiving?  I’ll admit my Christmas tree always goes up before Thanksgiving, but I’m still a huge fan of the Holiday!  Nothing beats good company, good food, and gratitude for all we’ve been given.  Definitely one of my favorite Holidays indeed.  And when I had come across these darling fox plates from Home Goods a couple of months ago, I was inspired to create my first Thanksgiving tablescape!  I have a laaaarge family, and I don’t really have the means to figure out grand tablescapes for 5 long tables.  haha!  (The food is way more important) 😉 But I can sure have fun with it for my own little family!


Though, I don’t see the point of going to all the work for such a large group as mine, (focus on FEEDING the army instead) your Thanksgiving tablescape doesn’t have to cost a lot of money.  I used everything I already had on hand (minus the new fox plates and seasonal pumpkins)  That’s the brilliant thing about having neutral plates, napkins, etc.  It’s easy to change out the centerpiece, and you can always find some affordable fun salad plates to change it up even more!


I used my favorite throw from 13 and Market as my tablecloth.  It added just the right amount of cozy to this scene!


Just a few pumpkins from our trip to the Pumpkin Patch, lambs ear I already had from Michael’s, and one of my favorite wooden cake plates from @maisondemings are what my centerpiece is made of.


There really wasn’t much to it, but the texture from the throw and the lambs ear really brought it up a notch!



Red foxes just happen to be my favorite animal, so when I can incorporate them into my decor, I’m one happy girl!  They were the start of my inspiration for my Thanksgiving tables cape…


I love my simple cream linen napkins from Pier 1.  Pier 1 has an amazing selection of napkins, but if you’re ever in doubt, just stay neutral!  And always wait for the sales; when I purchased these napkins last year, I got them for just $2 a piece!  I just rolled them up, and tied the name tags around them.  Such simple name tags: brown paper and a pen!




My buffet got a simple update also… my gather sign, small crate, pumpkins, and candlesticks all adding more to the cozy atmosphere I was going for…




And that’s all my Thanksgiving tablescape was made of!  Simple, but impactful, yes?  Thanks so much for stopping by!

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