Today I am sharing some simple and charming Thanksgiving table decorating ideas! You can use what you have to create a look that is uniquely your own, so I hope these beautiful tables will spark ideas and serve as creative inspiration. There are sources are listed the end of the post.
If you missed yesterday’s post with an inspiration board collage of table decor and sources, you can see that here.
Enjoy the ideas and inspiration, friends!
This is such a cozy scene, I love the few pops of rich red and a bouquet of fall foliage.
How adorable are these Pumpkin Tureens for serving? This makes me hungry for soup.
I love this table setting from Sanctuary Home Decor. A long wood tray with an abundance of fruit, black lanterns with candles, neutral tableware. The table has a nice punch of warmth and sparkle from the copper moscow mule mugs.
You can’t go wrong with candlesticks and greenery, it works all winter long!
I love this natural and rusty orange table decor from Homestead 128. She used broom corn and dried orange box leaves for the centerpiece!
This table has such a simple elegant look with the linen and gold tones, and string lights and eucalyptus lining the center of the table. I love that this combination works for any winter holiday or occasion.
Love this dessert table setup with a simple kraft paper menu, fall foliage, and pedestals to show off yummy treats!
Dusty purple and pink tones made such a pretty statement on this Thanksgiving table setting from Sugar and Charm.
Last year we set up a wintery scene for our Thanksgiving table. We used buffalo check napkins with faux greenery tied up with baker’s twine, paper woodland trees and battery operated tealights.
I love this simple idea for napkins from Vintage House. A cinnamon stick with evergreen (or rosemary!) on linen napkins and tied up with twine! An adorable added touch would be a little hand written name card strung onto the twine, or a name typed on a label maker like this one.
One year we put a woodland bottlebrush ornament like this one onto each plate with a simple hand written place card. It brought a smile to our guests’ faces!
Don’t have a table or need extra seating? I love this island countertop Thanksgiving table setting from Sanctuary Home Decor!
A little jar of apple butter on each plate–how sweet!
This is such a pretty centerpiece with a wood bowl, birch battery-operated candles, and fall decor filling the bowl!
I liked our simple table above with purple napkins, a rustic rattan pumpkin, and gold painted apples.
One year we had a simple grouping of pumpkins in the center of our table, a pretty embroidered runner, and a copper Moscow mule mug on each plate.
Are you decorating your table this year?