Wednesday, November 16, 2016

3 Simple Tablesettings for Your Thanksgiving Holiday Table



The holidays are everyone's favorite time of the year
but somehow they are always so super busy
that we often don't think about how we 
are going to decorate our dining table 
until the last minute
so...

 Here are some simple holiday tips to make decorating your 
Thanksgiving holiday table a little easier...





Placesetting #1
Begin with a theme ~ this holiday table 
starts with lovely black and white
pheasant transferware plates by 
Stafford Potteries, England.
Add in a pair of crystal wine goblets and silverware
some candles and a seasonal bouquet.
A gilded napkin completes the setting.
Simple. Elegant. Perfect.





Placesetting #2
If your taste runs towards a bit more bling
build on the first placesetting by adding in some gilded pieces 
with gold chargers and a few faux nugget acorns of gold.
"Friendly Village" mugs by Johnson Bros. {also from England} 
add their hominess to this fall themed setting.



Placesetting #3
For multiple courses stack several plates together 
taking your tablesetting to new heights of elegance.
Here our feast begins with a pumpkin muffin but 
scone or other savory would be just as welcome.

There you have it ~ three simple 
Thanksgiving placesettings
just by adding in a few more pieces to
create just the right ambiance for your
holiday meal.
;)

I found the pheasant transferware plates
and the "Friendly Village" mugs and
wine goblets at HomeGoods.
The chargers came from Hobby Lobby and 
the gold embroidered leaf napkins came from
Steinmart.

I am not sponsored and all opinions are my own.
Please feel free to share and I appreciate
any comments!



Happy decorating!
Barb :)




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