By Renae Frey

How to Create the Perfect Table for Your Thanksgiving Feast

How to Create the Perfect Table for Your Thanksgiving Feast

Hey Friends! I’m so glad that you are here. I so enjoy our time together. Can you believe that it is almost time to start thinking about the Holidays? Thanksgiving is not that far away. I love Thanksgiving! It’s one of my favorite holidays. I love time with the family and friends. I love home cooked meals and favorite family recipes. I love the laughter and conversation around the table and so much more. Today, I am going to share with you how to create the perfect table for your Thanksgiving feast.

Don’t you just love the warm colors of Autumn? I sure do.

This beautiful fall floral arrangement that is the perfect centerpiece of this holiday table setting. You can see the post on how I made this elegant floral bouquet here.

I love all of the fun fall details.

Pomegranates, pheasant feathers and antlers, oh my! There are absolutely no rules to setting a fabulous fall table, well maybe a few people will definitely point out if your butter knife it turned the wrong way. Have fun! Be creative! Think out of the box.

Simple elegance for your holiday place setting.

The Thanksgiving feast is one of my favorite meals of the whole year, just like so many of you. I love the traditional comfort foods passed down from generation to generation. What better place to enjoy all of your favorite recipes than on a beautifully set Thanksgiving table. I have so many ideas to share with you.

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For each place setting, I placed a gold charger, topped with my gold rimmed china. You can get similar china here. I used two kinds of cloth napkins-doubling them up, a copper colored organza napkin and a copper colored cloth napkin. I tucked them into a hammered copper napkin ring. I finished the table setting off with a gorgeous faux pomegranate. I used my vintage silverware for this table. I got them for a wedding gift and I love having them on my holiday table settings.

Doesn’t this make you giddy for Fall?

I placed this beautiful woven table runner down the middle of the table. This runner is the perfect base for almost any table decorations. Then I placed a vintage book at each end of the table and put a vintage urn on top. One urn I filled with pheasant feathers, the other urn is filled with greenery. I placed the Fall floral arrangement in the center of the table.

Please see the video below to see how I created the Perfect Table for Your Thanksgiving Feast.

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I put an antler shed, faux fern and a pomegranate at the base of each book. Then tucked in some pheasant feathers. I placed three beautiful brass candlesticks at each end of the table.

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Here are a few more tablescape ideas-here, here, here and here.

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It’s almost time to start thinking about your Thanksgiving Table decor.

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Thank you so much for stopping by today. I always enjoy our time together. Please follow me on, on Insatgram @peacockridge, on Pinterest and YouTube.

8 thoughts on “How to Create the Perfect Table for Your Thanksgiving Feast”

  1. Leslie Watkins

    Stunning, Renae! Just beautiful!

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Renae Frey

Beautiful interiors don’t have to come with an outrageous price tag. My style is what I like to call Vintage French Farmhouse, I love mixing decorating styles, especially opposites like the glitz of a chandelier dripping in crystals with a chair upholstered in worn aged leather. Refined, yet not too formal-but, livable, elegant traditional design, adding warmth and vintage elements.

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