Happy Friday! It’s less than a week to Thanksgiving, so today I thought I’d share a few Thanksgiving table settings for inspiration. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday! I love that there is no expectations with gift giving, just a day of being grateful, eating yummy food and hanging out with the ones you love.
With all these gorgeous tablescapes, do you ever look at these and think, “They are so beautiful, but where does all the food go? Or where do all these decorations go when it’s time to sit down to eat?!?” Or am I the only one?
I think you could easily move things around in many of these beautiful tables I am sharing today.
A great mix of natural and a bit of elegance.
A great guide for how to actually set the table.
These chalkboard charger menus are a cute idea for Thanksgiving or really any dinner party. They would be easy to make with some chalkboard spray paint.
A fun DIY placemat for your guests to jot down what they are thankful for and simple decorations for the table. Every year at our home, we go around the table and say what we are thankful for. It’s a fun tradition and I love hearing what everyone says!
I love the unique placemats in this table setting. Lucy over at Craftberry Bush does a beautiful job with everything she does. Again, you could use this idea for any dinner; the holidays, an anniversary dinner and use the song of the couple, etc. Love the crystal and silver here too.
Love the antlers, and the runner going across the table.
How to make your own beautiful pumpkin centerpiece.
This would be great to do with some of the left over pumpkins on the porch. Unfortunately, I just had to throw ours away because a certain 5 year old had poked them with a stick and opened it up. I hadn’t paid much attention and it had completely rotted through and was oozing icky stuff on our porch. When I threw it in the trash, it busted open and sprayed disgusting rotted pumpkin insides everywhere :) Fun times.
A simple table decoration, where all the food can fit!
Another simple table centerpiece. Such a cute idea with simple “Thanksgiving-ish” tags.
Here’s a more coastal inspired table. I love that even with non-traditional fall colors, this definitely feels like fall!
So there you have it! Some beautiful inspiration for your Thanksgiving day table. I hope you all have a wonderful, relaxing Thanksgiving filled with family, friends and gratefulness!