Raise of hands: Who’s hosting Thanksgiving this year?
Raise of hands: Who’s ready?
I am hosting Thanksgiving this year. Even though I have been planning for a month, I am still not ready! With less than a week left, I hope today’s post will fill you with table setting inspiration so you can cross at least one thing off your Thanksgiving to-do list.
(And at the very least, you can be thankful I’m providing table setting inspiration and not cooking inspiration. I’m a crafter not a cooker; we all have different talents, right?)
Fabric Leaf Place Card
This is the perfect table setting for a classic country Thanksgiving. The Fabric Leaf Place Card attached to this pumpkin softens the look and doubles as a creative place card for the table setting.
Thanksgiving Place Cards
These Thanksgiving Place Cards are perfect, but I am really head-over-heels for the bowl full of tiny pine cones and the wood slice charger under this table setting. For Thanksgiving, I love including as many natural elements as possible into table settings!
Custom Place Setting Card
Your guests will truly appreciate the detail that goes into this Custom Place Setting Card. I’ll never get enough gold glitter in my life, so I am totally on-board with incorporating it into the Thanksgiving table.
Etched “Give Thanks” Glasses
What table setting is complete without glassware? Especially these beautiful etched “Give Thanks” glasses!
Stamped Place Settings
For those Silhouette Mint™ lovers out there (I know I’m one!), here’s a super simple way to set your table this Thanksgiving.
Use a roll of brown craft paper as your table runner and create Stamped Place Settings. Take it a step further and create a stamp with each guest’s name that they can take home with them.
Thanksgiving Place Cards For The Kiddos
I love the contrast of the navy blue and the gold foil on these whimsical Thanksgiving Place Cards! They would look great on any table, but I think they would be especially fun if you have a kids table at your Thanksgiving dinner this year.
Gather Table Runner
Last but not least is my Thanksgiving table setting. With all of this inspiration swirling around in my head, I wanted to get ahead of the game (thereby having one less thing to do on the big day) and set my table early. I used, my all-time favorite, gold Glitter Heat Transfer to cut leaves and the word ‘Gather’ and ironed them onto a burlap table runner.
Now that you’ve seen some of my favorite Thanksgiving table setting, I hope you feel inspired to create. Enjoy your Thanksgiving this year!