Keep It Casual
A festive cheese board, fruit, and a few foliage-filled Mason jars provide this Thanksgiving table with laid-back charm and a pre-feast noshing station. Plus, it’s a cinch to swap the cheese board for turkey when you’re ready to serve the main attraction. To create a mini banner for your cheese platter, fold a piece of paper in half and cut triangles along the fold. Write the word CHEESE, one letter per triangle, and staple the folded triangles in place over a length of twine. Suspend the banner from wooden skewers.
Get this Thanksgiving table decor look with fall foliage and clear vessels. Fill and cluster in the center of the table. Hang berry sprigs from the arms of the chandelier for a whimsical tone. We love this simple approach to Thanksgiving decorating.
This beautiful floral centerpiece brings in the flowers and colors of fall. Start with a clear glass pilar vase and fill it with brown nuts. Cut the stems of sunflowers shorter than the other foliage so they sit at the bottom of the arrangement. Fill in the center of the vase with fall grasses and leaves.
Revamp Your Plain Vases
You don’t have to invest in a new set of vases to keep current with decorating or color trends. Instead use lengths of wrapping paper, trimmed and taped around vases you already have. Here, the faux bois, or fake wood, base anchors the organic collection of roses, acorns, and fern fronds for a crisp Thanksgiving floral centerpiece.