classic thanksgiving


Lately, our New England fall has turned crisp and cold, so it’s a little easier to believe. It went right from summer to winter around here! I have found myself thinking about Thanksgiving and planning my Thanksgiving tablescape.

I always love doing napkin wraps for silverware, especially if we are entertaining a large group. These are simply tied with twine and a faux fall leaf. Another idea is a paper leaf with a name in calligraphy!

This pumpkin spice candle from Antique Candle Works smells like heaven. I’m not a huge pumpkin spice latte person, but I will take a candle any day!

Although the centerpiece looks intricate, it’s a bower of fall branches that can be moved easily when your meal begins.

This room is our family’s favorite, so I loved this cozy tablescape. I hope it inspires you with your celebration!

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