Thanksgiving Table Settings

 

The above images are from 30′s magazine.  I came across the magazine through my Blogging Your Way Class. Louise is the creator of 30′s magazine and lives in the Netherlands. 30′s Magazine is a lifestyle magazine which shares recipes, beauty and fashion tips, decorating ideas and pretty much everything you’d find in a woman’s magazine.  I love her photography and came across these dinner party tablescapes which she created. If you click here it will give you further details on how Louise styled her tables along with additional photos.  Both the Shabby Chic and Autumn Bounty tablescapes can be found under the home category.

 

Thanksgiving Place Setting

 

Moni is the creator of the blog  zuhausathome.  If you click here it will give you further details on how she created her table setting.  I love how she also combines elements from nature and things you can buy at your local grocery store like fruits and nuts.  Another bonus is you don’t have store anything. You can eat your table decorations at a later date.  I also love how she wrapped the cabbage plants in burlap.

 

 

I have yet to create my Thanksgiving table setting, but when I do it will be inspired by these two lovely women.  I’m grateful they let me share their beautiful photos.  I did however buy mercury glass acorn and leaf ornaments from Walmart for $1.97 a piece.  I  heard about them through the blog Under The Table and Dreaming.   I’m a Target shopper, but every so often I will hear about a treasure at Walmart.  The above photo shows what they look like and how I’m thinking of using them at my table.  I hope these ideas inspire you to create a beautiful table this Thanksgiving.

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Comments

  1. Anne Putnam says

    These are beautiful table settings. I have been thinking about what to do for my thanksgiving tables and I will probably use these pictures as a reference. I love all the natural items gourds, pumpkins etc. I agree the burlap around the cabbage clever and simple!

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