It has been a few months since I’ve written a blog post, and I apologize for that. If you follow me on Instagram, you probably understand why! I hope to share more on that later, but for now I’m so excited to be sharing our Thanksgiving Tablescape with you all! Some very talented friends of mine are sharing their Thanksgiving tables as well, so be sure to check out all of the wonderful inspiration linked at the bottom of this post!
When I think about a beautiful Thanksgiving Table, I envision a table that is warm, rustic, and full of texture. This year I chose to use beautiful heirloom pumpkins for the very center of my table, surrounded by different variations of faux eucalyptus. I love how the eucalyptus brings life to the table and really helps to make the pumpkins “pop”.
In order to add height, I incorporated rustic wooden candlesticks along with glass hurricanes. The clean, white candles tie into the crisp white plates that I used for each place setting.
You may have noticed my paper runner. I simply used brown packaging paper and rolled it down the center of the table. Simple and easy!
I scored the beautiful blue glasses at our local thrift store for .25 cents each, and I think they add the perfect amount of color. I also cut out small leaves from an old hymnal to tie around each fork, which adds another textural element to the table. It’s the small details like this that make me smile! 🙂
I kept my dining room buffet pretty simple so that the table would really shine. A simple pumpkin and a beautiful eucalyptus arrangement is really all that it needed.
The flow of the pumpkins and eucalyptus feels inviting and cozy to me.
I hope you enjoyed my Thanksgiving Tablescape! Don’t forget to check out all of the other beautiful tables linked below!