How Do You Decorate Your Turkey Day Table?

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Hey Ya’ll,

When it comes to your Thanksgiving table, do you prefer to keep your decor simple and focus more on the food or do you like to create an elaborate tablescape that incorporates your menu?

Screen Shot 2013-11-18 at 4.15.52 PMIn my opinion, truly great holiday table design comes in a lot of different forms. It can be as simple as beautiful food selection (i.e. colors, textures, shapes, etc.) paired with flawless presentation (i.e. container choice, placement, serving mechanisms, etc.) or so intricate that the food functions as one part of a much larger design that can include everything from place settings, place cards, menus, glassware, favors, centerpieces and more!

Visit my Thanksgiving Table board, here: pinterest.com/brianworley/thanksgiving-table/

Visit my Thanksgiving Table board, here: pinterest.com/brianworley/thanksgiving-table/

To show you what I mean, I pulled some gorgeous examples of both simple and elaborate Thanksgiving spreads from Pinterest:

Screen Shot 2013-11-18 at 4.51.16 PMWhich do you prefer for Thanksgiving dinner: Simple or Elaborate? Let me know below.
-Brian

3 thoughts on “How Do You Decorate Your Turkey Day Table?

  1. Lovely examples of both styles. For Thanksgiving I tend to go more traditional. I use the china, crystal, and silver, and bring out the antique serving pieces form my grandmothers. I usually use a damask cloth, often with a runner, and candles, florals, pinecones, neutral toned ceramic pumpkins, etc. It never looks the same twice, but I always think it looks elegant. Of course, I’m a little biased. We did have an outdoor Thanksgiving once, and while it was memorable, that table didn’t really look like Thanksgiving to me.
    BB

  2. Pingback: Dress Up Your Thanksgiving Table Using Place Cards | Extraordinary Experiences

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