Sunday, November 13, 2016

Natural Farmhouse Thanksgiving Table

Happy Thanksgiving! I'm sharing with you this year's Thanksgiving table!  This year I was inspired by the cornucopia... while I don't have a cornucopia, I was thinking of elements that may be inside.  So I turned to the Fall harvest and what is currently being harvested around me.
Natural Farmhouse Thanksgiving Table

That's why I've called this the natural farmhouse Thanksgiving table.  The walnuts, pomegranates, pumpkins and eucalyptus are either from my garden or the farm just down the street. The pine cones are from a hike some time ago.      
Natural Farmhouse Thanksgiving Table
The plates are one of my favorite Thanksgiving plate patterns... Spode's "Woodland". The goose plate was new this year. 
Natural Farmhouse Thanksgiving Table
I set up the pheasants flanking the grand ol' turkey.  
Natural Farmhouse Thanksgiving Table with spode Woodland plates
The little wheat stalks I just found at Napa Valley Vintage Home this past weekend.  I love the little size.
Natural Farmhouse Thanksgiving Table with spode Woodland plates
I keep the little bow on the turkey; it didn't come with it. 
Natural Farmhouse Thanksgiving Table with spode Woodland plates, pomegranates, walnuts, pumpkins and pinecones

Although I took this picture "for the blog", based on Thanksgiving RSVPs, I need to squeeze just a few more place settings in! 
Natural Farmhouse Thanksgiving Table with spode Woodland plates
One last look at this table.  I've really grown to like it and will miss it when I take it down. Although, I'm excited already thinking about the Christmas table!
Natural Farmhouse Thanksgiving Table with spode Woodland plates
Have a lovely Thanksgiving! 

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Spode Woodland "Fox plate" (super cute, I have one of these!)

9 comments:

  1. Your Thanksgiving table is just beautiful. I will have to check out the link to the turkey soup tureen.

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    1. Thank you!! Hope you like the tureen, it is pretty cute!

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  2. Gorgeous! I love the table itself and your setting! So cool that those natural elements are all "local" (as in not store bought or faux).

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  3. The simple beauty of your table is what appeals to me most.

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  4. I love the impact of the white pieces and linens that you have mixed with the natural colors of items found in a cornucopia. I remember that as a child, we always drew or cut out forms of cornucopias. I still adore them to this day. Thanks for inviting us for a peek. Cherry Kay

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    1. I do like the cornucopia, I remember drawing them in school.

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  5. Gorgeous, Angelina! Love your turkey! I'll be featuring your beautiful table on Friday at Best of the Weekend!

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