A Thanksgiving Tablescape


A little twist on a traditional setting for a lovely Thanksgiving table.

You guys, Thanksgiving is next week. I can’t believe it. I’m still trying to wrap my head around how fast this year has gone by and how quickly the holidays have come upon us. I read this post and was so inspired by the gorgeous colors and fun setting, I had to pull one together of my own. I’m loving dried florals and dark, natural pieces mixed with pretty whites and light pinks, and I’d love to throw together a Thanksgiving dinner one year with this inspiration in mind! I’ve been very motivated to get a bunch of holiday posts done this weekend and am excited to share more throughout the next several weeks! And if you missed it, my 2018 Holiday Gift Guide is live!


1. Dried Florals 2. Pretty Pink Large Plates 3. Vintage Heron and Leaf Candle Holders 4. Classic Gold Flatware 5. Dark Orange Vase 6. Artificial Pears 7. Celine Dessert Plates 8. Organico Platter 9. Large Ceramic Jug in Blush 10. White Milkglass Hobnail Pitcher & Glasses 11. Vintage Onyx Napkin Rings 12. Rose Pink Taper Candles 13. White Speckled Vase 14. Mid-Century Pink Ice Bucket 15. Poplin Mustard Yellow Napkins 16. Woodgrain Bread Bowl

An Autumn Tablescape

An Autumn Tablescape

Happy Monday! Hope you all had a lovely weekend. Mine was wonderful! I went to my cousin's wedding Saturday which was a fabulous celebration, then spent Sunday having brunch and catching up with my friend Almila (by the way - her book is out for pre-order!), and then hung on the couch and watched Halloween movies the rest of evening. Good times. I'm so glad to be back to blogging this week. Especially since I'm swooning over this idea for an autumn tablescape for a cozy dinner party! I was inspired by Glitter Guide/Taylor Sterlings Hostess Gift picks over on Chairish. I'm all about intimate parties with good company and delicious meals, but what makes any dinner party extra fun is the table decor. I love the idea of bringing in warm pinks, autumn bunches, and vintage plates and glasses to dress up and make a meal fabulous. How do you decorate for fall parties?


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1. Velvet Placemat   2. 1950s Jeanette Soft Pink Goblets   3. Hutschenreuther Porcelain Multifloral Dessert Plates   4. Natural Amber Yarrow Flowers   5. Dried Lagurus Bunch   6. Hasami Porcelain Tray   7. Milk Glass Soup Bowls  8. Gold Plated Silverware   9. Taupe Large Tray