Today it’s all about a pretty, romantic Thanksgiving tablescape-
and there’s a special treat at the end of this post.
I’m sharing a guest post over at Katherines Corner with more ideas for styling a tablescape.
Fresh flowers mixed with silvery eucalyptus leaves,
dried rose buds,
sweet little pinecones,
and a combination of different metallics for a refined rustic style
that looks high-end but is easy on the wallet.
Plump fresh green pears and white pumpkins nod to the theme of the season, natures bounty.
…… And it all started with one mossy covered log….
A log that I tripped over in the woods one day.
Yep, I physically tripped over it!
I have since learned to quit praying I stumble across this or that.
Let me tell you….
It’s an impossible sell trying to get people to trek
out in the woods to chop and saw perfect logs for me.
The tablerunner is a just fabric remnant that I found on sale at Jo-Ann’s nearly five years ago
The amythest color and French country floral print was an instant attraction.
The only thing I purchased specifically for this centerpiece is the flowers.
When I saw the roses on sale it was their color that caught my attention.
They are a bit peachy but in different light their almost a blush pink.
I knew they were perfect for the look I’ve been wanting to create
and they would be a perfect contrast to the greens and purples in this table setting.
Woodland Romantic Tablescape
Later today I will share a personal photo of me on Instagram for an Instastory.
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You will see how happy my face looks at finding the perfect sized log
and not an entire branch.
The brass candle holders are a bit wonky but I love the slight imperfections.
The silver goblets were gifted to me and I love the tarnish.
It is a perfect compliment to this romantic woodland Thanksgiving tablescape.
The eucalyptus leaves were saved from last years Thanksgiving table.
If you wanted to use seating placecards the pears
would be perfect for displaying names of dinner guests.
The smaller white pumpkins are faux.
I painted them and treated the stems to make them look more realistic.
I’m sharing a guest post over at Katherines Corner.
I’m sharing a few of my most favorite and super easy ways
to style napkins that will dress up tables through the holiday.
Be sure to check out how different each style and color can change the whole look of your table…
Just click right here for Simple Ideas For Styling Napkins