Thanksgiving is only weeks away, and Friendsgiving is already starting to be celebrated amongst groups of friends. You may have already started planning out your menu, even thinking about pie recipes, but don’t overlook the Thanksgiving table, it is sure to make an impact!
Traditional Fall colors are always a safe bet, but I love to use unexpected colors when putting together a fall table! Choosing a palette that nods to fall but with unexpected color combinations add interest to your table, and grabbing that shot of Thanksgiving pie at the end of the night will be extra “Instagram” worthy!
I have three unique and unexpected Thanksgiving tables that will wow your guests, and be the center of your day of thanks!
- Florals with a Twist: Setting a holiday table isn’t complete without florals. Try for some beautiful blooms of various colors. Some pale purple roses, and carnations that pop! Little details like using cranberries in the bottom votive candle holders keep with the traditional Thanksgiving table, but also gives it a nice touch! Using sugar cones filled with fresh berries as a eatable cornucopia are the perfect conversation piece, and starter to the big feast! Not to mention, kids love it!
- Unexpected Color Palettes: I love using unexpected color palettes that just work! This table doesn’t scream fall decor, but with the addition of mini pumpkins you know that it is intentional! I loved adding little fresh flowers to the table along with glittery golden mini volitive candles.
- Solid Backgrounds with Fresh Foliage: Having a solid background that matches with the foliage adds a little something of interest to the table. Paired with some plain white mini pumpkins, it keeps the table looking chic and simple! Don’t forget to check out my perfect fall salad recipe while you are at it!
Now, who is ready to start setting the table for Thanksgiving?!
I just love a nicely set table! And, using unexpected elements can really bring your table from dull to wow!
Happy Thanksgiving/ Friendsgiving / All the celebrating! Cheers!