2 Ways to Style Your Table for Thanksgiving with Covid in Mind
Although this year has been different and Thanksgiving may not look exactly like normal for some....we have still decided to put together 2 ways you can decorate your table.
So come on in...get comfy and enjoy!
For our first look, we decided to go with a fully disposable place setting...
So after you greet your guest(s) and eat...clean up will be a breeze!
For the centerpiece we used a mix of flat leaf and regular Eucalyptus. We added in white pumpkins, feathers, twinkle lights, thistle and vintage brass candle sticks. We also picked up on Jared’s beautifully built table and added a pair of vintage wooden candle sticks to the mix. Picking up on the white pumpkins we chose matching candlesticks. Instead of traditional flowers in vases we used a pair of vintage brass trophies and filled them with feathers.
These cute paper placemats were from Target (last year) but they had some cute ones this year too😁. Tip* - brown craft/painters paper works well when creating paper placemats too...jazz them up with a few fun autumn stamps.
This entire set - plates, napkins, cups and utensils came from Amazon (not sponsored):-) This set services 50 for under $50!
We finished this look with a sprig of Eucalyptus and a chocolate ganache filled pumpkin from Aldi.
We decided to keep a lower profile centerpiece. Keeping the same eucalyptus, feathers, thistle and twinkle lights, but this time kept all pumpkins low lying. We changed out the brass candle sticks for Mercury Glass votive holders. Keeping the look light and airy while adding visual interest and height. We filled glass long neck vases from Crate & Barrel with feathers for a fanciful touch to the table setting.
Silver charger plates were used as the base and accent to the Mercury glass. Next, we layered white porcelain plates, teal napkins with a black embroidered strip (from Hearth & Hand by Magnolia for Target). The salad/dessert plate we used a black matte shallow bowl from H&M home. Polish things off with sparkling wine glasses and a shorter set of glasses for water. Let’s not forget the utensils (that would be dreadfully inconvenient...although Jared would just use his hands.) Haha...these beauties were found in a yard sale and are very much loved! For the final touch on the plates we used a sprig of eucalyptus and a feather. It wouldn’t be a party without a party favor...so we added those cute little pumpkin chocolates back into the mix.
Thanks for reading! We hope this post has given inspiration for your Thanksgiving Table! We would love to know what look is your favorite!? Also, if you would like to watch us putting these looks together feel free to head on over to our YouTube channel. Until next time,
Wishing You and Yours a very Happy Thanksgiving!
X ~ The Sibs
Janna, Jared & Jenneka