Thanksgiving Tables

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

I honestly haven't been on Pinterest in a while, but I just browsed through it and so many people are pinning Christmas pins - I've also noticed a lot of bloggers bringing out their Christmas posts. This makes me so excited for Christmas but I officially allow myself to get in the Christmas spirit the day after Thanksgiving. I've found that if I start getting all excited for Christmas too early, I'm bummed out and kind of over it once it actually gets here.

I also don't want to skip over Thanksgiving - it's almost as if we forget November is still a fall month and Thanksgiving has some adorable decorations that go with it. I always love a beautiful Thanksgiving tablescape and I heard my sister-in-law picked out some cute things for Thanksgiving dinner this year, so I can't wait to see them!

I am obsessed with everything about this picture: the big window, the paneled walls, the chairs, the table, the gingham table runner - I could really go on and on about this setup!

I love the simplicity and beauty of this table. It kind of reminds me of a wedding, granted we had those lanterns at our wedding so that could be it ;)

When I saw this table, I thought of the first Thanksgiving with the Pilgrims and Indians... I think it's the corn. I love the traditional look with all the pumpkins.

I really like this one because it's a little bit different than a "normal" Thanksgiving table with all the reds and apples. The deep colors scream fall and it's almost a nice transition into Christmas decorations with the deep colors and gold. 

All of the above: via

This table is so adorable and simple. I love the leaves that are tied on the pumpkins with a Thanksgiving-y saying. You can get a free print out of the leaves here.

What is your favorite way to decorate your tables for Thanksgiving?

Linking up with Jessi.


  1. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday and while the weather has been so nice here I want to get out and put up or christmas lights I will not do it! Not till the day after Thanksgiving. I love pumpkins on our table for thanksgiving along with candles - it makes it feel fancy!

  2. Oh my goodness, I love all of those!!!! Now if only I had a farmhouse table to decorate and set up like those!! lol. Maybe next year!! For Friendsgiving this weekend I am going with simple but still very fall-ish. I'm using lots of pumpkins and candles!

  3. What fabulous tables-capes, lady! I love them all for different reasons!