So much attention is given to Halloween and Christmas that Thanksgiving is often overlooked. It’s a wonderful holiday where we express all that we’re thankful for, and one thing I especially appreciate is the blogging community. I’ve had the chance to meet some warm and wonderful people who are always supportive and encouraging. I asked a few of those friends to share their Thanksgiving decorating inspiration with all of you. Be sure to visit the links to their blogs for more information on their gorgeous decorating styles.
Beautiful white sets the stage for Lucy’s stunning tablescape at Craftberry Bush. She never fails to disappoint with her inspiring decorating style and gorgeous photography.
Lucy also shares how to make these adorable pumpkin centerpieces using store-bought flowers. I love the addition of the candle in the center of the floral arrangement.
Have you noticed the trend of decorating with feathers this fall? Danielle from Finding Silver Pennies creates a pretty feathered arrangement on her fall mantel, just in time for Thanksgiving!
Danielle also shows how to create metallic pumpkins for a festive centerpiece.
I love this stunning tablescape from Bre at Rooms FOR Rent. Next week she hosts a week of Thanksgiving decorating with a line-up of gorgeous table settings from a variety of bloggers. I’ll be sharing my table on Friday.
Shannon’s industrial chic dining room can be seen on her blog at AKA Designs. Pumpkins, wheat, and a little bit of cotton come together for beautiful Thanksgiving decorating.
I just adore these Kraft paper napkin rings that Shannon made. She shares how to make them on her blog! They’re perfect for Thanksgiving Day.
I’ll close with a couple of my past Thanksgiving table settings. I loved using green and white last year in a modern country table setting, with a few natural touches.
Blue and white isn’t typically used for a Thanksgiving dinner table, but it’s what I used for last year’s dinner. I wanted to use the China my mother handed down to me.
What are your plans for this month’s Thanksgiving meal? Are you hosting or traveling?