Thanksgiving is right around the corner! I’m ecstatic to only have three days of work this week! (Happy dance).. I’m also excited to share my top 5 favorite Thanksgiving tablescapes. I wish I had my own creative center piece to share with you this year, but unfortunately I have yet to have had the chance to host a thanksgiving dinner. My hope is that next year I will finally get the chance to host. (yeah I know… Says no one ever…) But I really do! I love hosting and having family and friends over. It makes my heart happy to see everyone together doing life.
As you know my husband and I are on the hunt to find a new house. Let me tell you this has been a challenge. We are very different people. My must haves are a fixer, back yard, preferably with some views, over 1600 square ft, bath tub and shower separate in the master bathroom, family friendly neighborhood, and room for a FARMHOUSE table (with at least room for 10 people to sit at it). If I can find a fixer that I can turn into my dream home in the right neighborhood, then I’m a happy camper. My husband however, wants a beach fixer, close to the beach, preferably with ocean views/breezes (hello million dollar price range). Fat chance that will happen. We are at least trying to compromise and find nice neighborhoods close to the water. Wish us luck…
Anyways… Since I don’t have any of my own thanksgiving center pieces yet, I’m going to share my top 3 tablescapes from some of my favorite bloggers to keep up with!
Disclaimer: All photos are featured on each bloggers own post, and has been linked back to the original source! These bloggers are all really amazing. Be sure to check out their original post and tutorials!
Number 1. The Glam Farmhouse
Check out her tutorial on how to set an amazing layered thanksgiving table here!
I love the pumpkins on top of the candle holders, olive stems, and all of the layers and textures on the table to make it pop!
Number 2. Lauren McBride Blog
I love how unique this table scape is! It’s coastal themed, and turned out super classy. I love the pumpkins mixed with the driftwood and candles. You can check out he tutorial here!
Number 3. Zevy Joy Blog
See how she used simple elements to make a beautiful, warm Thanksgiving centerpiece. I love all of the unique candle holders that she gathered over the years from thrifting! You can see her blog post here!
Aren’t these amazing! I can’t wait until next year (hopefully) to get to host my own Thanksgiving feast!