Thanksgiving Table: Three Ways to Style it

Thanksgiving TableSetting inspiration from Fashionable Hostess

It’s almost Thanksgiving and I am sure if you are hosting, you are one busy bee this week. Picking up groceries, buying fresh flowers, mixing up cocktails, and of course setting the table. You probably have already pulled out your china or begun to polish your silver, but adding a few new decorative details can make it just a tad more special then last years gathering. So today I wanted to share three beautiful table setting ideas that you can incorporate into your mix to instantly give your table that feeling of Harvest and Fall.

Starting with tip Number One: Use Fruit as decor. Here I went with faux pears but real ones will work as well! I placed small ones at each table setting and then also sprinkled others throughout my table runner {which was actually a faux garland}. I also recommend placing them in small crystal bowls throughout the table. I chose golden colored ones to match my gold flatware and placemat.

Placemat: Chilewich, Plates: World Market, Flatware: West Elm, wine glass: Mark & Graham, Napkins: similar to John Robshaw, Napkin Ring: Dara Artisans

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Tip Number Two: Use White Pumpkins as decor. White pumpkins were a huge trend for Halloween this year, popping up in tons of local grocery stores. Then some people went so far as to spray paint them! They are so sweet and scream Fall, so again I love the look of placing one at each setting or sprinkling them throughout your table runner. Here I also incorporated clusters on tall pillar candles from Pottery Barn.

Placemat: Chilewich, Plates: World Market, Flatware: West Elm, wine glass: Villeroy & Boch, Napkins: similar to John Robshaw

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Tip Number Three: Integrate rosemary as decor! Here I tied a few sprigs of rosemary and placed them at each table setting on top of a plaid napkin. Because the plaid is a much more casual look, I also opted for a funky water glass option, a moscow mule mug.

Placemat: Chilewich, Plates: World Market, Flatware: West Elm, Mug: Pier 1 Imports, Napkins: similar to Martha Stewart or Juliska

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For more Holiday tabletop ideas see some of my other Thanksgiving tables here, here, and here.

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