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It’s that time of year again when we are either off traveling to visit relatives, or hosting Thanksgiving in our own home. For those of you who host, we know that sometimes it can be dreadful, but for the most part we love that feeling of accomplishment we get after looking at our beautifully set table. Whether yours has been set for a week and is ready to go, or you’re a last minute maven like some of us, here is some table inspiration from our favorite mama hostesses + DIY queens from around the web. Maybe you’ll even find your finishing touch..


1. @fashionablehostess

This mama of two sets her table with faux garlands, ivory candles and pumpkins, and pinecones. This simple, yet beautiful setting adds warmth to any table. You can read more about Amanda’s Thanksgiving table setting here.

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Photo by Yesi of Simply Lively


2. @justdestinymag

Our favorite thing about this table is the way that this mama layers the place settings with different textures, adding more dimension and personality to her table. This is definitely something that we want to experiment with next time we’re hosting! You can read more about Destiny’s Thanksgiving table here.

thanksgiving table


3. @eyeswoon

This mama is queen of creating a beautiful table that seems so effortless, yet masterfully put together, down to every last detail. Here she combines the tonality of the metals in her flatware and candle sticks, with the nature she brought in to adorn the table. You can read more about Athena’s Thanksgiving table here.

thanksgiving table

Photo by Sarah Elliott


4. @colleenpastoor of Lemon & Thistle

If you’re throwing a last minute dinner or want to dress up the kids table (swap real candles for led ones or just use different sized pumpkins), this is such a simple, but cool idea. Bonus, it’s easy to clean up! Downfall is that you kind of need good penmanship ;)! You can read more about Colleen’s Thanksgiving table here.

thanksgiving table


5. @blesserhouse

One of the fastest, cheapest, coolest way to revamp almost anything? Spray paint. From leftover Halloween pumpkins to napkin holders, it’s basically like magic fairy dust that you can only use in a ventilated area. This mama used copper paint to spruce up some plastic candle holders and charger plates. You can read more about Lauren’s Thanksgiving table here.

thanksgiving table

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