Ok, I get it – it’s not even Halloween yet and it seems that EVERY store you enter is filled with Christmas decorations! I am definitely one to be well prepared (well, I try to, but the holidays always seem to come out of nowhere), but let’s focus on Fall just a little bit longer before wishing for snow.
So yes, I am already beginning to think up Thanksgiving Day recipes and determine how we are going to set the table… Guilty pleasure, I get to window browse. While sometimes the holidays can bring out major stress, from finding the best turkey recipe to tackling the baking of multiple pies, it is nice to sit back and enjoy the beautiful decorations you get to create. Needless to say, starting the planning process a bit few early probably isn’t the worst idea (contrary to Steve’s dismay).
On the hunt for how you’re going to make this year’s feast that much better? Constantly searching through Instagram and Pinterest with Envy? Start with taking your Thanksgiving tables capes to the next level by scrolling through our favorite, but FEASIBLE centerpieces and place settings to get some serious inspiration to make your own table totally instaworthy!
1. Wood Slices as a Placemat: Pick up a few slices of wood at your favorite craft store and use them as placemats. It’ll add such a natural and unique touch to complement your Thanksgiving centerpiece. (via Jenny Collier)
2. A Pop of Color: As much as we love fall, the color palette can tend to be a little on the neutral side. Bring some color into your life by sprinkling clementines down your table runner. (via Yummy Mummy Kitchen)
3. Natural Accents: Doesn’t this place setting make you want to gather around the table for a delicious Thanksgiving meal? The natural accents tied off with little tags are just adorable. (via Finding Home)
6. Chalkboards + Mini Pumpkins: There’s nothing wrong with a little simplicity. Crisp white napkins and a mini pumpkin make this ultra classy. Amp things up a bit with chalkboard place cards. (via AKA Design)
10. Pumpkin Patch: Pile on the pumpkins for a centerpiece with impact. Choose a palette of metallic, black and blue and a touch of orange. Add a coat of spray paint and leave the stems gold. Add a twig of sage to each table setting. (via Lonny)
11. Keeping it Maple:Utilizing simplicity and the outdoors to create this masterpiece. (via Eva Flores)
How do you plan on decorating this Thanksgiving?