Styling a pretty Fall Table that’s perfect for Thanksgiving
It isn’t easy to set a table with a broken foot but I managed to do it using a few moves that I picked up during childhood – hop, scoot, and crawl.
Before I share the table details, I’d like to thank Amber from Follow The Yellow Brick Home the host for Grateful Gatherings hop and also extend a warm welcome to everyone who came from Marci’s at Lemons to Lovelies. and all the other places around the web.
I used a white tablecloth and my DIY table runner as base. A combination of real and faux pumpkins are stacked alongside a pair of Birch logs that I found in the woods by my house. A few small pinecones and bits of dried flowers are used to fill sparse areas around the dry Babies Breath.
When a strand of lights buried beneath the pumpkins and logs burnt out I hobbled to my stash of vintage goodies where I found my favorite pair of green glass goblet candle holders easy to grab.
My everyday dishes were used for this table and paired with gold flatware. Silver would’ve looked pretty but the gold looked pretty next to the woodsy elements. I set the sage on the plate and thought it looked pretty.
I used cheesecloth towels in place of cloth napkins.
The glassware is from Luigi Bormioli’s T-glass collection which is different style than the stemware I used for the spring tablescape
Something about the low profile style of this glass feels cozy but I think the amber color of the sweet tea helps out too.
Thank you for visiting my blog. Kristin at White Arrows Home. is next in the Grateful Gatherings hop.