Welcome to Tablescape Thursday! As promised, I am sharing more inspiration for your Thanksgiving holiday. I can’t believe that the big day is almost here. Today, I am featuring a Thanksgiving inspired tablescape with lots of rich color, and the star of the setting is my favorite turkey plates.
For the underpinning of the table, I chose my favorite lace tablecloth. Each place setting is accented with a burlap placemat.
I chose to mix up the place setting by using several different china patterns. The teacups and serving pieces are Limoges, and belonged to my great grandmother. She was married in 1915 so these pieces are over one hundred years old…what a treasure!
For the centerpiece, I simply purchased some Fall flowers at the market and placed them in a pretty green pitcher. I perched the pitcher on a Limoges platter along with a matching sugar and creamer. Pine cones were sprinkled in for an added Fall touch. Flanking the centerpiece are antique brass candlestick holders with red candles and ruffled Limoges bowls with greenery topped off with Fall pumpkins and gourds.
Beautiful Fall berries are scattered throughout the table for an added pop of color.
The plate stack consists of a gold charger plate, Mikasa English Countryside Dinner plate, and my favorite turkey plate, Queen’s Majesty. I do adore them so!
Thanks for stopping by today! I hope that I have inspired you with your Thanksgiving tables. Be sure to stop by Monday. I will be participating in a Holiday Recipe Blog Hop that I am sure you won’t want to miss. You will find lots of wonderful inspiration and recipes for your holiday entertaining. Have a great Thursday, my friends!!!