~Sneak Peek, Thanksgiving Table~

It was going to be plain white dishes but I changed my mind & decided to use the red & white instead. So the table is a collection of different patterns. The vintage napkins were washed & ironed, folded simply & tied with raffia and a piece of red twig dogwood! I’ll be adding a few more sprigs of red tinged leaves later. I’m using my Mom’s old peanut butter glasses….I love them! I laid the placemats horizontally with the edge hanging over the table for something different. It looks a bit sparse but I like to leave room for the food.

I hollowed out the white pumpkin that was my Autumn center piece & added carnations, white with lime green edges. After I put in a few springs of lime ting ting and dug out the lime acorn Christmas ornaments, I added some berries from the yard.
So there it is, I like it to be elegant but not too fancy, this is enough work!
Tomorrow I’ll be cooking, baking and doing all the prep work like dicing the celery & onions for the stuffing. It helps to have things ready to go and makes less mess on turkey day too. I’ve decided to add broccoli ramen noodle salad, spinach dip and a fresh apple cake to the menu. There is always so much food!

Wishing everyone a wonderful Thanksgiving!

26 thoughts on “~Sneak Peek, Thanksgiving Table~”

  1. It looks so festive, Deb! I love the patterns and I LOVE those acorn ornaments! I hope that you and yours have a very special Thanksgving!

  2. What a pretty table decoration and place setting! Great idea to recycle the White Pumpkin and dig into the Christmas Ornaments. You get double or triple use out of you decorating stash! Have an awesome T-Day….you menu sounds delish!

  3. Oh my gosh Debra…your red transferware looks so much like the pattern I'm planning to do a tablescape with…isn't it so yummy!! Happy Thanksgiving wishes to you & yours, ♥ Bo ♥

  4. Hello Debra,

    Your table is beautiful! I’m prepping tomorrow too. I need to make the cornbread and biscuits for the dressing. I think I’ll dice my celery and onion too. I won’t be cooking until Friday, though.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

  5. Debra beautiful table setting! I love that you are so unique and use everyday items, just perfect.
    I hope you have a happy Thanksgiving with your family and friends.
    :)
    Sheila

  6. It is so beautiful! I love all your special touches…you have that gift sweet lady!

    I wish you a warm and happy Thanksgiving Debra!!

    Love,
    Sue

  7. Your table is just lovely. It is a lot of work, isn’t it? I spent about 2+ hours doing tablescapes on two tables last night. The whole time I was thinking, I really need to be cleaning. Oh well, a clean house is over rated, right? Love your dishes!

  8. Debra, it all sounds delish & what a pretty table! I love our little green acorns, don't you? I'd love to find more of those. Have a wonderful day, sweet friend! xoxo

  9. Totally beautiful, elegant but not over the top. Love the white pumpkin and the acorn ornaments. I love things that do double duty!

  10. I love red-and-white transferware, and these pictures are gorgeous. What great ideas–the hollowed out pumpkin planter, set into the tureen, the teacup candles, the twigs–it makes my heart happy to see such creativity and beauty. I love your philosophy, too–simple elegance.
    Hope you had a great day!

  11. Your table is beautiful! Are you as glad as I am that Thanksgiving is over? I am loving decorating for Christmas and Mac wouldn’t hear of me putting anything up till now, lol! Hope yours was wonderful…
    Sandi

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