Thanksgiving Table Decor DIY

Thanksgiving is right around the corner. While I love seeing the orange colors on the trees, I like to keep my decor bright and airy. In this case, even a little sparkly. Today’s post will be quick because it is mostly for inspiration so that you could start planning. This is my new Thanksgiving table decor DIY.

This look was very easy to pull together. All of the supplies came from Walmart, Home Goods, and JoAnn Fabrics. Everything except for the white plates came to a total of $85. It is always a good idea to think ahead to what you want so the decor isn’t picked over. I even picked out my Christmas tablecloth and napkins this past weekend.

What You Will Need

  • 6 bundles of silk magnolia floral: I purchased mine at Walmart last year. They had a little bit of gold glitter, pine cones, and big green leaves. I used all of the elements to create depth on the table.
  • Glitter Pumpkins: I scored these on markdown at JoAnn Fabrics. I loved how sparkly and beautiful these looked. Last year I spray painted a few real pumpkins gold. I’m glad that I know have these that I can use each year. If you can’t find these, they would be really easy to recreate with Mod Podge, sequins, and glitter.
  • White Table Cloth and Napkins with Gold: I loved how neutral yet elegant these were. These appeared a few weeks ago when I stopped at Home Goods a few weeks ago. The best part about them is they are neutral enough to use for many occasions.
  • Gold Chargers: These were another Home Goods find. I purchased some gold chargers from Dollar Tree last year and I still use them. I just liked how bright gold these were versus my others for this look.
  • Napkin Rings: I purchased these on Amazon last year. They are simple and go with a lot of different table designs.
  • Gold Spray Paint: I picked this up at Walmart. The purpose of the spray paint was to slightly dust the leaves and pine cones with a hint of gold and bring it all together.

This was a really easy design to put together. After the spray painted items dry, it literally takes five minutes to put this table spread together. If you are looking for something more upscale, stay tuned next week!

Do you know what would go great with this Thanksgiving Table Decor DIY? Apple Dumplings!