As we head toward November, I am thinking about how to gather for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. Because it is necessary to take some extra precautions this year, we will be setting a few small tables and likely eating outdoors. (thankfully we are in Southern California, where that’s possible) Luckily, I have set dozens of fall tables over the years, so today I wanted to share some Thanksgiving table setting ideas from years past as well as a few ideas from my Easy Elegance Wednesdays friends on how to not only set a beautiful table but decorate for a beautiful fall season.
This WARM FALL COLORS THANKSGIVING TABLE from last year was my take on traditional colors with a twist. I mixed some gray tones with the warmer fall colors to create a table setting that was not only pretty, but coordinated with my existing decor.
This neutral and rustic OUTDOOR THANKSGIVING TABLE was one of my favorites from a couple years back. This express my style perfectly. A bit of elegant mixed with a casual, rustic vibe.
I will be using many of these elements again this year.
I love the simplicity of a eucalyptus table garland on a long Thanksgiving table. Last year, I shared exactly how to make a garland like this in just minutes.
This traditional Thanksgiving table included a fun DIY project. I stenciled white napkins and used them as placemats for each setting. Mixed with white and copper accents, this was one of my all-time favorite indoor Thanksgiving tables.
This casual countertop Thanksgiving table setting was a fan favorite from last fall. I think this is the perfect way to gather for a small family and a casual meal.
I love the look of a beautiful fall harvest table setting and this outdoor look is perfect for Thanksgiving. Farmers market vegetables, mixed with casual tableware and black lanterns make this simple and easy to create in minutes.
Below are some more gorgeous Thanksgiving table setting ideas, shared by my friends on Easy Elegance Wednesdays, as well as a few fun fall decorating ideas to inspire you!
I hope this gives you some ideas about the many ways you can decorate and gather for Thanksgiving this year!