7 Simple Ideas for Your Thanksgiving Table

I am not hosting Thanksgiving this year, so I won’t be able to set a table or plan a menu.

So tonight – we totally cheated.

On our way home from a weekend away with friends, we stopped at Trader Joes.

We came home with a precooked turkey and frozen stuffing, sweet potatoes and squash risotto.

The fire was roaring and we had a little quiet time just the four of us.

If you are however hosting Thanksgiving – I thought I would do a quick wrap up of ideas here to make it even easier for you.

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Thanksgiving Table Printables

Thanksgiving Table Printables Two Ways

Thanksgiving Table Printables with a Sense of Humor

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A Table For Thanksgiving

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A Runner of Thanks

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Lace Candle Votives

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Gold Leaf Acorns and Pine Cones

So now I am not going to lie to you – I am ready to bring on Christmas ideas!

How about you – are your ready to start planning.

Oh, and if you haven’t yet – please stop by a new project I have been working on

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Today, the first letter is shared and it is beautiful!

Thanks so much for reading!

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10 thoughts on “7 Simple Ideas for Your Thanksgiving Table”


  1. I love all the ideas for Thanksgiving. Canadian Thanksgiving is mid-October and so I am well into planning Christmas decorations for the house. This is always such fun for me trying to find new ways of decorating each year.

  2. I don’t host Thanksgiving. It is just hubby, kids and I. So, I really don’t go all out with decorating. But those are some beautiful ideas. I really like the tablescape with the wheat in the pitcher with the pinecones.

  3. Happy Thanksgiving! I’m not cooking this year either, a first for me, and I am finding I am really missing the prepping and planning. But, my son and his wife will be coming soon and we will be recreating Thanksgiving then so I am excited to see so many of your beautiful tablescapes–I am very inspired–thank you!