12 Thanksgiving Table Settings


Day 3 of our Thanksgiving inspiration features table settings for Thanksgiving Day. If you’re looking for a few DIY Decorating ideas here are 12 Thanksgiving table settings to make your Thanksgiving dinner look great.

A Stirring Life has featured several fun ideas for your Thanksgiving table. I love this idea of altering “Giving Thanks” to the candles. So fun.

Everyday Celebrating has given some tips on decorating your fall table, such as use pattern and texture layering.

Gotta Have Candles did such an amazing job. Here there are so many different elements to draw inspiration from.

This is Sparkle Daisy’stable.

Canyon Wren Cottage has several table settings to draw inspiration from.

My Design Secrets has several table decor ideas that you can incorporate.

Here’s Ever After Scrapbooks.

I really like Kendra’s idea of posting a menu. Here paper pumpkin with matching napkin ring and place cards are darling.

Unity Stamp also coordinated her menu, napkin holders, place cards, and favor.

Pine Is Here did this amazing pine cone table setting. Be sure to check out the fun pine cone turkey she made.

Here are the fabulous Kari & Kjsa’s table from last year. They also have some fun Thanksgiving ideas such as attaching a quote to the pumpkin that doubles as a place card and glittering a pumpkin for decor or ice your bubbly.

I also thought this hanging place card from Style Me Pretty was a fun way to dress up the dinner.

Are you looking for more Thanksgiving inspiration? Check out my previous posts:

Day 1: Thanksgiving Place Cards
Day 2: Thanksgiving Centerpieces
Thanksgiving Craft
Thanksgiving Food
Thanksgiving Traditions
More Thanksgiving Traditions

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  1. The Pine Is Here is my favorite. Thanks for posting it! It is understated in the most perfect way!

  2. I just discovered your blog-love all the tips and new links I am discovering.
    One of the links I clicked on had some great tips for saving money in these hard times. One of her suggestions was to get a haircut at a beauty school-great advice. However, after reading the entire post I found myself a tad upset with the poster. What I’m about to say is in no way meant to be nasty or mean spirited. I just would like to point out something. I have not been thru cosmetology school nor do I work in the service industry-I am fortunate enough not to have to work.
    Anyway, the story-
    This person went to a beauty school got a haircut for $10.00 and a free eyebrow waxing because she had a coupon. She tipped the stylist $1.00-$1.00!!!! I realize these are very trying times and everyone is trying to save and cut wherever they can-but I myself found this very insulting. How long did it take this poor student to get your haircut correct, how many times was she/he corrected by the instructor (perhaps embarrassing them)? Okay I think it’s great you got your eyebrows waxed for free-did you tip the person that did that and did you base the tip on what the eyebrow waxing and haircut would have been without the coupon?
    Going through cosmetology school is not cheap-it can cost anywhere from $5000 upwards. Some of these people put in full days at school and then go home to their own families (after paying for child care) and have a full time job of taking care of their families-same as you. Or for the ones not so fortunate-after a full day of school they go to a job to help get them through school.
    So you ask what is my point-would it really have broken anyone’s budget to throw another dollar to this person? I realize everyone is hurting, but please think of the service person when you find a great way to cut cost for yourself.
    Again, I am not bashing this person or her tip-it’s a great way to save money. But please think about the other person who may just have it far worse than you. I’m sure I’m going to get blasted for having said all this, but I think it’s important to put ourselves in the other person’s shoes.
    That’s my tip for the day!
    The Jolly Dog House

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