Thanksgiving is around the corner. Have you thought about your Thanksgiving Tablescape yet? Well, we are here to bring your Thanksgiving table decor come alive. We picked our most favorite table detail inspirations and want to share them with you so you can share the utmost lovely Thanksgiving holiday table with your family.
Dried fruit and pillar candles are an inexpensive way to dress up the table and make a unique statement with your family.
Cranberries are a big part of Thanksgiving dinner. Use fresh cranberries as decor in the bottom of a square vase to dress up a plain pillar candle and add some color to the table.
Have some extra time on your hands to do some scrapbooking type crafts? This is an example of bringing that same scrapbook decor to your candles!
If you aren’t big on the Fall colors – oranges, reds, ambers – consider a more modern fresh look of whites, metallics and black. This table is Thanksgiving chic.
Using Fall leaves to decorate your dinner table is an inexpensive way to add detail. I love the napkin embellishment of the maple leaf and leather tie.
Using a pear to make place cards for your Thanksgiving table is a great detail. I love the use of the pearl pin to secure the paper name.
If you don’t want to go to all the work of making paper name cards, using a fruit like this pomegranate and a gold paint pen to make the names adds fab color to your table.
It isn’t Thanksgiving table decor without a cornucopia detail. If you don’t want to do a big cornucopia centerpiece, consider these adorable place card holders found on etsy.com. You can place on the napkin for added detail to the table.
This napkin holder is handmade, inexpensive, and all you need is paper, a printer, and a simple design. Customize by putting your guests names to assign their seat.
Here is a close up of a homemade napkin ring – instead of putting names as a place card – they created a “Give Thanks” details – perfect for Thanksgiving.
Sometimes it’s not the napkin that needs to play a role, try dressing up the plate with an autumn branch.
I love custom napkins. They are one of my new favorite table details. Such a simple idea and if you have regular family members at your dinner, you can invest in a rubberstamp in the name of the family members and use it to stamp these adorable napkins to use as their place card. What a great favor for them to take home after the dinner – and you can keep the stamp for future celebrations where the guest is invited.
Similar to the concept above, this is a lovely homemade screenprinted runner. Burlap is great for this, consider doing an iron-on turkey image.
This is a fun detail you could put on your fireplace mantle or even a dessert or pie table.
Drink labels are always fun. Consider a “Give Thanks” drink label tied with twine. Another easy home project you can start now.
Pumpkins are another major part of Thanksgiving. This centerpiece is great for a table, fireplace mantle or again on a pie table could be really on point too!
Squash and pumpkins come in many different colors and shapes. This is a fabulously chic way to display them on your table.
If you aren’t crazy about the colors that pumpkins naturally come, you can always paint them. I love the use of glitter, perfect for a silver tray. A much more sophisticated look.
If you aren’t crazy about silver – gold is also a sophisticated color for pumpkin paint.
What a creative way to use tea lights. Just carve out the center of a small pumpkin, and replace with a small tea light – to burn at least 4-6 hours.
Pumpkin and squash centers can also be replaced with flowers and can act as a very gorgeous centerpiece or small thanksgiving details around the house for your Thanksgiving party.
Another example of a great pumpkin centerpiece.
Squash centerpieces are super adorable too.
If you don’t want to use an edible pumpkin or squash, consider pumpkin cans! Love it!