Today it’s all about a pretty, romantic Thanksgiving tablescape-
and there’s a special treat at the end of this post.
Fresh flowers mixed with silvery eucalyptus leaves,
dried rose buds,
sweet little pinecones,
plump green pears, white pumpkins
brass and tarnished silver….
Be careful what you pray for because you just might get what you want. I sure did when I stumbled over this log while on a walk through the woods.
The tablerunner is a remnant of fabric that I’ve had for years now. It’s a lovely shade of amythest color
The flowers were on sale at the grocery store and the peachy pink color matched the hue I envisioned in my mind so in the cart they went. The color of them is just so pretty. It’s so soft and creamy, a nice balance to bright green and purple. I like the combination of dry and supple elements too. It’s like crispy and creamy flavors.
Woodland Romantic Tablescape
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The brass candle holders are a bit wonky and crooked but they still hold a candle straight enough to work. The silver is at the point of perfect tarnish for me. The eucalyptus leaves were dried and kept over from last years Thanksgiving table.
The pears would be useful to display the names of family and friends but I decided to save that idea for another table in the future.
The small white pumpkins are reuseable.
I’m sharing a few of my favorite ways
to style napkins over at Katherines Corner.
Just click right here for Simple Ideas For Styling Napkins