Today I’m sharing my Thanksgiving Tablescape. Even though I’m not hosting Thanksgiving at my house, I still think it’s fun to dress up our Table for this festive Holiday! I’m thinking we could have a nice little breakfast here that morning. Maybe a little toasted Pumpkin Bread with cream cheese, would be nice?
I layered up my table with my Grandmother’s Antique Lace table cloth and a Vintage embroidered Linen cloth that I picked up at a Flea Market a few years back. I added some Pumpkins and an old Concrete Garden Urn.
For the China, I used lots of Antique Ironstone and Brown Transferware pieces from my collection, I don’t have a set of anything, I like to mix and match pieces. I think it’s more interesting that way! I also mixed in some Hydrangeas from my yard.
The Goblets are Old Pressed Glass pieces, that were also my Grandmothers. I just love using my family pieces in my decor, I feel so blessed to have them, and they are all very nostalgic for me. Do you have treasured family pieces that you’ll be using for your own Thanksgiving?
The Turkey on the right is also a family piece and I managed to find him a friend at a yard sale recently!
Instead of chargers I decided to use Ironstone platters. The napkins holders are the ones that I made in this Tutorial. I topped each place setting with a feather found in the wild.
I just realized I didn’t put the silverware on yet! Oops! Oh well, I guess we don’t need them quite yet anyway. I’m really looking forward to Thanksgiving… it’s one of my favorite holidays!
I hope you enjoyed my Thanksgiving Tablescape.