Thursday, November 19, 2015

ONE WEEK AND COUNTING...TABLES OF THANKSGIVINGS PAST


So after spending the day here yesterday,  it's a little hard to remember that Thanksgiving is a week from today!  We're having such a blast Sailing with the Scotts... Sharing our love for pretty design with 2000 other guests on board, Meet and Greets, VIP Parties...  Premier Vacations & Events is taking such good care of us!  But, any time I check in on social media, I'm reminded of the fact quickly that the holidays are just around the corner!

Today I wanted to share a round-up of all of my Thanksgiving past tables, just in case you need a few ideas for the big day.  First up, in case you missed it earlier this month, I shared 2 different ways to set a pretty Thanksgiving table with a gingham tablecloth... one more rustic and one more glam.




Last year's table was probably my favorite ever- 




Fall Table with Pops of Color and Striped Runner- Early Fall 2013


Warm traditional colors with pumpkins- Early Fall 2014


Plaid Blanket, Chevron Burlap, and lots of texture- Fall 2013



This was a Christmas table, but could work just as well for a modern Thanksgiving look, especially if you switched out the sprigs of pine for magnolia leaves- Christmas 2013


Several years ago we did a pretty traditional setting at my Mom's house with Friendly Village and Bordallo dishes, lots of brass candlesticks and wheat down the center.


The kids' tables were SUPER simple... drawn on placemats and crayons to keep them entertained.



Finally, I pulled some old shutters out of the garage and used them as table runners - 


I hope you got a new idea or two and are inspired to set a beautiful table next week.  See you Monday for a full cruise report.  


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