Thanksgiving Table Decor Round-Up {2012}

You’ve seen the children’s table set-up I have created for this year’s Thanksgiving celebration, but I still haven’t been able to narrow down what to do for the adult table. I’m sure you won’t blame me once you see these amazing table decor ideas. I want to make them all!

Read on to find some Thanksgiving inspiration, plus a few place
setting & buffet table tips.

Natural Candle Centerpiece {The Daily Design}

Wrapped Wheat Bundles {Shelterness}

Metallic Nature Centerpiece {The Daily Design}

Overflowing Cornucopia {Shelterness}

Cranberry Spheres {Better Homes & Gardens}

A Global Table Setting {HGTV}

Corn & Candle Centerpiece {Unknown}

Glittered Pumpkins {Skip to My Lou}

Turkey Apple Place Card {Martha Stewart}

Simple Branch Centerpiece {Apartment Therapy}

Words of Wisdom {Midwest Living}

Giving Thanks Candles {Country Living}

Simple Butcher Paper Place Mats {CasaSugar}

Thanksgiving Vegetable Bouquet {Vegetable Fruit Carving}

Wine-Inspired Table Decor {HGTV}

Photo Centerpiece {Country Living}

Simple Thanksgiving Table Setting {Southern Living}

Proper Place Setting {Mrs. Lilien}

How to Set Up a Buffet Table {Recipe Tips}

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Comments

  1. Hey! I hopped over from the “Monday Mingle” I’m following your blog. Proverbs 31 is a good sound advice for all women.

  2. Great roundup! And I love the place setting and buffet set up tips! Thanks for stopping by the CHQ blog hop! Hope to see you back next week!

  3. Just stopping by to invite you to My Wednesday Linky party. http://diycraftyprojects.com/2012/11/whatcha-work-up-wednesday-linky-party-7.html

  4. Thanks for sharing these! I pinned a bunch of them!

  5. Great round-up! Would love it if you linked up on my blog hop http://www.w-t-fab.com/search/label/bloghop. Also let me know if you’d like to follow each other!

  6. Great post, pics and visual table setting tips..We learned all that in “Family Living” and “Home Eonomics” in High school back in the 1950s but I often find it helpful to refresh my memory on this subject especially when we have gotten into the habit of “doing your own thing” it’s easy to forget VERY USEFUL!

    jONELL

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