With a little over a week before Thanksgiving, we figured everyone could use a little tabletop decor inspiration. It is such a busy time of year, and the holidays can be stressful, especially as a host or hostess! Whether you are making Thanksgiving dinner for the first time ever (here's looking at me!) or you are a seasoned veteran when it comes to all things turkey, the Thanksgiving tabletop decor is the first thing your guests will see when they arrive. Aside from the smell of food hopefully cooking and not burning, that visual is their first impression of what the meal is going to be like.
We are loving a more non-traditional set for Thanksgiving this year, within a traditional fall palette. An emphasis on fall neutrals- like greens, browns, and whites- can create an elegant ambiance. Find ways to incorporate bright accents, like a ribbon tied around your napkin or cutlery, or use muted tones of your bright accent colors, like a burnt orange, to help ease the transition to brighter shades.
Unique-to-you touches are a great way to make your Thanksgiving tabletop decor feel more personal. Pick seasonal fruit or leaves from the trees in your yard to use as a place card. Break out your family's vintage flatware to set the table. Create centerpieces with fruits and veggies from a local farmers market. Those personal touches and local ingredients are a great way to set your tabletop decor and Thanksgiving apart from the many meals your guests have attended over the years.
We hope that you found some Thanksgiving tabletop decor inspiration in our mini design board here, we know we can't wait to put together a table! What is your favorite part about designing a Thanksgiving table? Leave us a note in the comments below!