Monday, November 5, 2012

Thanksgiving table settings...

It's hard to believe that Halloween just ended and Thanksgiving will be falling upon us in the next couple weeks. I have only hosted Thanksgiving dinner once at my home. I will not be hosting this year either but I love all the fun table setting ideas especially when they are inexpensive and are not too complicated to create. I turned to the virtual pages of Martha Stewart for some creative ideas of how to dress up your Holiday table.


Love this copper gourd idea. I think this would be such a gorgeous accent to add to the table's centerpiece.


Such a cute idea to use a pear for guests names. All this would take is some twine or ribbon, paper punch and paper.


Easy way to spruce up your kitchen's decor. I want to find some fall printed linens such as hand towels and tablecloths.


When I first looked at this image, I couldn't figure out how this look was achieved. It's very simple, the leaves were placed right underneath a clear glass plate. So uncomplicated and pretty!


Blue looks so rich when combined with gold. I love the idea of spray painting small pumpkins gold and pairing them with a variety of texture and pattern.


This is such a cute idea to display the guests names. You use a nutcracker to crack the opening enough to slip in a piece of paper.


These candle holders were created using dried leaves and spray adhesive. I love the vibrant colors against the clear glass.


Love these cork board leaf trivets. This project would be super cheap and looks pretty easy. I have seen really cheap cork board place mats at ikea that would work perfect for this project.

What about you, are you hosting Thanksgiving this year? Do you have any good ideas for table 
settings? 

I have several openings for this Holiday season if you need help sprucing up your home before your guests arrive, email me for details!

1 comment:

Molly said...

Thanks, Staci, for doing all the research! I love all those ideas and the best part is I didn't even half to go hunting for them. I just get to read you blog :)

We are so lucky to have you!

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