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Click through to see photos of Thanksgiving table ideas:
Ways to dress up your Thanksgiving table
Herbs and a Bow
A simple sprig of Rosemary or Thyme and a ribbon will bring a rustic elegance to your table. Using the same herb in your floral centerpiece will really pull together your table.
Think outside the box for napkin placement. Layer your chargers and plates with napkins beneath for a fun and dynamic look. This works for a simple and elegant china set, or even mixing plates and patterns to jazz things up.
Incorporating natural elements like flowers on each place setting provides an elegance that your guests will cherish. Try adding some
conversation starters to the stem as an option for a drama-free dinner.
White Loft Studio
Produce as Placecard Holder
These mini artichoke placecard holders are just too adorable. They bring greenery and a purpose all in one!
No one said Thanksgiving has to be formal and traditional. Use pinks, feathers and enjoy your own style, like these bohemian touches.
Aaron Delesie Photographer
Start the Meal
Change it up! Instead of a bread bowl, provide your guests with a baguette to start the meal, you can also use the wrapping as their name card. Check out the post on
Simple herbs provide a lovely scent as well as decor. Tie the napkin and sage with nice piece of neutral twine or ribbon for an elegant addition.
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