Thanksgiving gets over looked. Our society tends to go from Halloween to Christmas soon as the bell tolls 12 on October 31st. I tend to transition a little slower these days because I do enjoy my Thanksgiving table decor. Mixing golds and whites give a more elegant touch to autumn decor. Today I’m sharing with you my Thanksgiving table decor inspiration.
Where did I get Everything from?
As always, my decor is a mix of stores and DIY. This table decor comes together very easily.
- Homegoods: This store is the best for table cloths and napkins. They have a huge variety of colors so it has become my go-to for linens. Last year I scored a bunch of Waterford Crystal glasses on markdown. They look so beautiful during the holidays.
- Walmart: These gorgeous magnolia flowers came from the silk floral section at Walmart. This arrangement had pine cones and greenery which break up the design nicely. I took them all off of the stems and even misted the leaves and pine cones with a little gold spray paint. The plain white plates for table settings are from Walmart too!
- Dollar Tree: This is a great place to get chargers from. Chargers at other stores can usually cost anywhere from $2-$5 apiece. Dollar Tree usually has at least gold and silver chargers for $1 each.
- Target: My gold flatware is from Target. I think it elevates the look and keeps a consistent theme.
- Farm Stand: These pumpkins are actually from my local farm stand. They were white pumpkins that I simply spray painted with regular gold metallic spray paint!
- Amazon: I get a lot of little odds and ends from Amazon for table decor. I purchased these great napkin rings that are very versatile for different seasons.
Thanksgiving is truly a time for giving thanks and spending time with the ones you love. I love to entertain. It is my way of showing how much I love and care for people. I hope to share some more of my holiday favorites with you. This Thanksgiving table decor inspiration is very near and dear to me since it was created for my new house.
What kind of recipes and traditions does your family have for Thanksgiving?