You will love this elegant Thanksgiving tablescape that mixes antique china with metallics.
Welcome friends! You are in for a treat today as 18 bloggers are sharing their Thanksgiving Tablescapes! I will be sharing my Elegant Thanksgiving Tablescape using my wedding china.
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Seriously, how can it be November already? October was a whirlwind and no doubt it will be that way until the New Year, but I really do love this time of year!
Aside from how busy it is, people seem genuinely nicer when they are planning for Thanksgiving and Christmas, reflecting on what the past year has brought and what the New Year might bring.
There has definitely been a lot of reflection going on at Our Crafty Mom. Thanksgiving has always brought back some of my fondest memories of celebrating with my parents when we were younger.
Set An Elegant Thanksgiving Tablescape
This year we are having Thanksgiving at my sister’s house and I shared a Rustic Glam Tablescape using my great grandmother’s antique china which you can see by clicking here.
I will be hosting a late Thanksgiving dinner at my house when my daughter is home the Saturday after, so I decided to pull out my wedding china for an Elegant Thanksgiving Tablescape.
It really is fun putting together a pretty table. It would be great to do this more than a few times a year, as it just changes the entire feel of the dinner.
My china is Noritake Rothschild and I was married in 1988, so I guess that makes it antique-yikes! I still love it to this day.
Although not a pink person any longer, the colors are very soft and easily flow in my dining room with shades of gray and blue. There is a tutorial for the DIY Wood Pumpkins here.
It is no surprise to see plenty of metallics in my Tablescape. Copper and silver blend so beautifully together. The gorgeous large copper candleholder was $9 on clearance at Target!
The rustic basswood planks from Walnut Hollow make an appearance again as they are the perfect anchor for the centerpiece.
I simply layered candle holders and faux leaves along the planks. One of the things I love about this is when it is time to serve dinner I can just lift the planks up for an easy switch.
The gorgeous Mercury glass candleholders are from Oriental Trading as are the adorable warm and cozy pillows.
They have such a great selection of serveware as well. This tiered holder will be filled with stuffing, potatoes and vegetables soon enough!
I love to send the guests home with a favor and the adults will receive these personalized Mason jars complete with their favorite nips!
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Below are all the links for this 3 day event. Please be sure to visit the other ladies. You will be so inspired!
Thanksgiving Tablescape Blog Hop
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