Thanksgiving Table

November 4, 2012 by 40 Comments

Simple and casual entertaining makes everyone feel at home….I’ve read that somewhere and I’m good with that.

This is my “Thanksgiving Table”….  a warm and loving mixture of old and new, simple, rustic and some sparkle.

The center of the table is filled with fresh fruit, nuts and  ornamental cabbage plants.

My dishes are mixed patterns,  thank goodness my  dinner plates match, right!!  But, there is a story behind the mix and match dishes that I will share with you another time.

I can tell you that the small white plates with the gold rim are the same plates my mom served her Christmas Desserts on 50+ years ago. The wine goblets were gifted to us a couple of years ago, they too come from Germany.

Last but not least the candle sticks are from year’s past; one from Potterybarn the other from Pier One Imports.

Now, if I could just leave my table set like this for Thanksgiving Day, that would be great!  All I would have to do is prepare the meal. As you can tell, there is still room on the table for some yummy treats.

I love it when you stop by….please come again!

 

Linking to:  savvy southern style , between naps on the porch coastal charm

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40 Responses to “Thanksgiving Table”
  1. Deb W. says:

    Love it…remember to leave me a spot. Love ya!

  2. Oh, I love your Thanksgiving table, Moni! The mixture of the old and new, rustic and sparkly is my favorite type of decor. Clever idea to wrap the cabbage pots in burlap! Thank you for linking up to the Better Late Than Never Thanksgiving bloghop!

  3. Daisy Sudduth says:

    So warm and inviting, love the dessert plates and the fruit in the centerpiece.

  4. Penny says:

    What a beautiful Thanksgiving table, I love to mix and match my dishes also! Hugs, Penny

  5. I love your table setting, it’s very inspiring. I love the cabbage plants wrapped in burlap and how you used mostly natural items to decorate.

  6. That looks wonderful! You should leave it this way for Thanksgiving! I like the way you displayed the pumpkins, nuts and fruit- it reminds me of those big tables they show in the old movies about kinds and queens and their big banquet tables!
    Great job!
    Liz

  7. HI Moni, I commented earlier. I was wondering if you would mind if I posted the picture of your table on my blog and I would link it back to your blog. I’m going to do a post on Thanksgiving tables this week. Thanks for your consideration. Dawn

  8. MariaElena says:

    Love, love your table! Just stunning!

  9. Gorgeous. I love the use of all the fruit and nuts. Beautiful dishes and accessories. Thanks for linking to TTT. Hugs, Marty

  10. Petie says:

    Gorgeous table setting. I love all the natural touches with the fruit, cabbage plants wrapped with burlap, etc I think it’s wonderful that your mothers dishes are incorporated too. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner :)

  11. Debbie says:

    Oh Moni, it’s just beautiful! I’m with Liz, it reminds me of those big banquet tables, the way you have all the fresh fruit, etc. piled in the middle. It’s very inviting and anyone would be honored to have a place at that table. I really love that you are using the same dishes that your mom used 50+ years ago. How very, very special that is. I could go on, but suffice it to say that I just really like your table. I’m so glad you shared. :)
    Debbie

  12. So pretty. And I really like the mix and match. I can’t wait to hear the story of those dishes. :)

  13. So pretty! Hope we can make it for the big day.
    Hugs,
    Nici

  14. everything about your table to special- even if some of it is mismatched. I love your use of fruit in as the centerpiece. Thanks for linking up to the better late than never party, glad you came by!

  15. Gorgeous table! I love it all. Come link up to Centerpiece Wednesday! Karin

  16. Bethany says:

    This is so gorgeous! I love the natural elements.

    You always come up with the best ideas Moni! Thanks for inspiring me today to use the elements I have on hand, since they can be the best of all!

  17. Sanghamitra says:

    Beautiful thanksgiving tablescape with gorgeous fall colors.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

  18. Beautiful! I love the candlesticks, and the ornamental kale wrapped in the burlap–so pretty.

  19. FABBY says:

    Gorgeous, your tablescape is gorgeous…it doesn’t have to be simple to be bla! I love your pretty white dishes and the centerpiece with all the little pumpkins, nuts and fruits spread all over it. Lovely accessories. Big hugs,
    FABBY

  20. angie says:

    looks like an amazing table for the family to gather come see what we shared at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

  21. Linderhof says:

    A pretty Thanksgiving table!

  22. Vanessa says:

    Absolutely beautiful! The kale is a wonderful touch and we are so glad you shared this with us at Inspiration Friday this week!
    Vanessa

  23. I love the beautiful, natural look! Found you on Six Sisters link party! Headed to follow you on FB now!

    -Fotini { http://glamorousbride.blogspot.com }

  24. What a beautiful table! I especially love the cabbages wrapped in burlap! Life to the full, Melissa

  25. Mariel says:

    I would love for you to share this (or any of your other great ideas) at the link party going on now at ‘Or so she says …’. We’ve also got a fun “Favorite Things” giveaway going on right now. Hope to see you there! http://www.oneshetwoshe.com

  26. Judy says:

    I love your Thanksgiving table. It looks beautiful. I will be featuring this tonight at my Fall into Fall party that opens at 8pm EST. Please stop by and pick up an I’ve Been Featured button. Thanks.

  27. Picture perfect…absolutely lovely!

  28. Jocelyn says:

    I love your table! I love how you used the white dishes. I did a similar table for my Thanksgiving table for this year. Great minds…………

  29. Chie says:

    So colourful & bountiful. This is how the way a Thanksgiving table should be.

    Greetings from dark Stockholm City,
    /Chie

  30. Char says:

    Oh my! I am just stumbling over your blog and it has been L.O.V.E. at first sight!! Found you on 52 Mantels! Your Thanksgiving table is just perfect! Beautiful in fact! Would love to hear the story of your “mix and match” dishes some time. I am a “dish horder”! In other words…cant have too many dishes! They are my weakness! ugh!! Thanks for sharing your table with us!

  31. Pam says:

    Lovely tablescape and the white is very calming! The mix of shapes is beautiful. Have a great Thanksgiving!

  32. Suzan says:

    Just gorgeous – what an inviting table setting!

  33. Dee says:

    Next week on The CSI Project is the Thansgiving crafts, Food and Gratitude challenge. Come link this up and you may WIN!
    http://Www.thecsiproject.com
    Link up begins Wednesday. Tutorials Monday-Wednesday.

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