Happy first day of November, sweet friends! Can you believe that Thanksgiving is only 23 days away? Where has the time gone? Not to worry though… this week, you are sure to find lots of wonderful inspiration for your Thanksgiving tables. The sweet and talented Chloe at Celebrate and Decorate is hosting a Thanksgiving Tablescape Blog Hop. At the end of this post, you will find a schedule of the participating bloggers. I know you will find some great ideas for your holiday tables.
This year I chose to create a traditional table. Thanksgiving is a very special time for me. It is when I gather with family and reflect on my many blessings. I have so much to be thankful for, and I am so grateful.
I chose to use a classic ivory lace tablecloth for my traditional table.
The centerpiece was simple to create. I purchased some flowers at my local grocery store and arranged them in a champagne bucket placed on a silver tray with pumpkins and gourds scattered about. I love that they add a pop of color to the tablescape.
Johnson Brothers Friendly Village was the china I chose for the placesettings. At my home, it is used often for both fall and winter gatherings. Each setting was anchored by a scalloped gold charger plate and gold lace placemats. Mikasa Golden Tiara Crystal and Onieda Michelangelo Flatware finish each setting.
For a finishing touch, pumpkins were placed on top of each placesetting.
I am so happy that you stopped by to visit my Thanksgiving table. Be sure to check out the other blogger’s tables. I am sure you will find lots of wonderful inspiration for your holiday gatherings. Have a happy and blessed day, dear friends.