This Thanksgiving table is perfect for your big meal. It is so rich in fall colors and flavors!Have you ever wondered how to put together the perfect Thanksgiving table? We are going to show you just how easy it is!
Creating the perfect Thanksgiving table doesn’t have to be overwhelming. In fact, with a few things, you can make your turkey table POP! Let’s show you exactly what it takes…
- Find a WOW factor item. For me, this was the gold rimmed, ornate turkey plates. I found them at my local HomeGoods and love them so much! They make a debut in our house every November.
- Use holiday dishes in unique ways. I love using these white pumpkin soup bowls to hold other sides like mashed potatoes!
- Mix and match metals. I use copper cups because they are so rustic and the men like them a lot but I also use gold utensils. Its OK to mix metals.
- Add life to your table with earths natural items like these geode slices. I put the fork on top and loved how it added to the table! My friend Chantel is the ultimate rock gal and can always find just the right colors. I wanted to use blue so it tied in with the turkey on the plate.
- Use a rich table runner like chocolate brown, deep purple or dark green. This gives a bold, warmth to your Thanksgiving table.
- Brighten that warm table up with pops of white or cream. I did this with velvet pumpkins and white serving dishes.
- Get creative with serving food by using unique things like these long wood slices for rolls. Again, this is another way to add LIFE to the table.
- Add texture to the table with a flannel blanket table cloth or runner. It’s ok to layer!
- Instead of flowers (which I adore on any table) I like to use live, velvet or thick material pumpkins like these on the center of our table. The sticks in the top make them so much more fun.
- Use cake stands to add height to your table and give a place to put food if you have lots of centerpiece items. The base of a cake stand only takes a tiny foot print on your table so you can still style it the way you want but now it is also functional with food.
I personally love the deep, rich colors that fall brings so I wanted to incorporate that here. If you are more into light colors, we have a white and jadeite Friendsgiving ideas that you may like.
Remember to prep ahead with all of these delicious gluten-free Thanksgiving recipes so you can enjoy your guests. Happy Thanksgiving!