Last year, we hosted Thanksgiving dinner for a small group of eight family members. November was a busy month for me. However, I still wanted a pretty tablescape to dine by, so I put together this quick and easy tablescape. As I’ve mentioned before, I love to use items that come from the outdoors and nature to decorate especially in the fall. The autumn colors work perfectly for decorating a Thanksgiving tablescape.
I started with mirrors on the table to reflect the light. I purchased some good-sized gourds from the grocery store and added those to the table along with fallen leaves and some pine cone branches. The only other additional items were candles of various sizes. How quick and easy is that?!
A closer look…
I put a charger and one of my Spode Woodland plates at each place setting.
Simple ivory napkins wrapped with a napkin ring
The napkin rings (purchased a couple of years ago at one of my favorite ‘go-to’ stores, Pottery Barn) have a different engraving on each ring
Just add drinking glasses and we’ re ready to eat…