Host Thanksgiving Dinner

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As a follow up to my garland and candle centerpiece post {see the DIY instructions here}, I wanted to share my full dining room display for Thanksgiving, which includes a beautiful buffet complete with turkey decor, wreaths, and white pumpkins.

Things I am loving about this table… 1. The magnolia wreath that I suspended over the mirror, which I think is the most gorgeous place of all because of the reflection. This gold magnolia leaf wreath is from Grandin Road, which has been my go-to destination for wreaths this Fall/Winter. 2. The calligraphy candles at the front of the table, which really makes this tablescape unique. Check out other options for the Holidays on the PCB Home website. 3. The Juliska Berry & Thread Five Piece Place Setting – which has quickly become my favorite silverware setting for all my tablescapes. The two tone matches back to gold or silver dishes and the design makes it fancy enough for any special occasion or Holiday! 4. The buffet display! I usually feel compelled to make this space functional, filling it with buffet food, but this year I am moving the food to the kitchen and saving this space to showcase beautiful and festive decor, including a tray of my fanciest wine glasses. If you don’t have a buffet table, pulling up a console or bar cart for display would be just as nice! Shop all of the pieces I used to pull together this post below! Wishing you best of luck as you prepare for the Holiday.

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Photography by Yesi of Simply Lively

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  1. OKC Painters says:

    The pine cones are so cute! That is an inexpensive way to decorate!

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