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Friday, November 11, 2011

Pinteresting Thanksgiving Table Ideas

With Thanksgiving Day just around the corner, I am sure we could all use some table decor ideas. I know I could! I am an event decorator for a Thanksgiving party next week for 120 guests... I could use all the inspiration I can get. So, let's all take time to enjoy some of these beautiful ideas floating around Pinterest.

You could fold leaves around votive holders...

[BHG via Pinterest]
Or fill votives or hurricanes with dried corn. Or try peas, legumes, or nuts...

[Joy Ever After via Pinterest]
Since it's a foodie holiday, embrace it and decorate with green beans or asparagus wrapped around candles, or hallow out artichokes or cabbage and stick candles in them.

[Apartment Therapy via Pinterest]
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Bring out the homey scents by wrapping cinnamon sticks around candles. A great trick if you don't like to cook, I bet it would make it smell like you had been baking all day!

Another leaf idea, take branches and wrap them around larger hurricanes!

[Remodelaholic via Pinterest]
This is a fun idea for a floral centerpiece. Wrap an old coffee can with twigs and twine.

[Martha Stewart via Pinterest]
Fill hurricanes with nuts. Acorns, almonds, pecans, walnuts...you name it!

[The Langham Project via Pinterest]
Another great twig idea... hot glue twigs to votives and hurricanes!

[Fossil via Pinterest]
The theme so far has been natural and simplistic, you can carry that out in the table settings too. Wrap beautiful velvet ribbon around silverware and napkins. 

[Style Me Pretty via Pinterest]
Or make acorn napkin rings...

[BHG via Pinterest]
It's beautiful when you combine classic and natural elements with colorful linens like this...

[Pure Style Home via Pinterest]
If you are lucky enough to have succulents, use them! They are stunning on tables...

[Seattle Bride Mag via Pinterest]
Don't be afraid to color outside the lines. Use non traditional color pairings for a fresh look, like seen here with a beautiful brown and yellow camp blanket as a tablecloth...

[Sweet Something Design via Pinterest]
[Sweet Something Design via Pinterest]
What's your Thanksgiving table going to look like this year?

I shared this on The Shabby NestMy Romantic Home,5 minutes just for me, and Funky Junk Interiors


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