Monday, November 18, 2013

Simple Thanksgiving Tablescape

I started opening up my Christmas storage bins and found my holly berry Christmas decorations.

And then I thought... ooh! This could make a great Thanksgiving tablescape.  So I put the pumpkins away (sorry velvet pumpkins... 'til next year!)

This tablescape is nice because you can leave it up after Thanksgiving, providing a nice transition into Christmastime!

Faux holly berry adorns the napkin
 A simple, rustic theme... inspired by the outdoors.. birch candles... holly berries... burlap...

If you have a real holly berry bush (like my childhood home did) you could always use branches from that instead.

You could also use real cranberries too! Be careful though, they stain!
one last look
You can also check out my other Thanksgiving Tablescape idea here 

I link up with The Scoop! Visit Confessions of a Plate Addict blog,Tablescape Thursday at 'Between Naps on the Porch', Wow us Wednesdays! at Savvy Southern Style, Open House Party at no minimalist here,Feathered Nest Friday at French Country Cottage, Seasonal Sundays & Oh the places I have been at The Tablescaper, and life of the party at the grant life, and the style sisters, and Masterpiece Monday at Boogieboard cottage


  1. Another beautiful table. Love the candles!

  2. Very pretty and serene. I love how it's good for both Thanksgiving and Christmas.

  3. This is so pretty, I love your beautiful candle centerpiece and your dishes are the perfect addition. Beautiful. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

  4. Beautiful table…I so love the birch candles and am admiring the beautiful plates!..Are they Juliska?

  5. The plates are Juliska's "Country Estate" pattern. I love them because they remind me of old plates... however they are dishwasher and microwave safe!

  6. I just love the earthy feel of your table. Have a wonderful holiday!


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