Here are the Best Thanksgiving Table Decor Ideas and Inspiration to help you prepare for your Thanksgiving Feast. It’s time for our Monthly Virtual Supper Club, and this month, we are sharing all the inspiration for Thanksgiving Table Decor.
I’m joining all my supper club friends, and we are sharing budget-friendly, vintage, DIY, and creative table decor ideas that you will want to add to your table this Thanksgiving.
Supper Club Table Ideas
Each month, my Supper Club friends and I share a tablescape idea, a full menu, and recipes based on a monthly theme. It’s always so fun to see how different our tables are.
This month, we are excited to welcome Danielle at Faith and Farmhouse as our guest host.
If you are joining me from Stacy at Bricks N Blooms, wasn’t her table beautiful? Be sure to check out all the links at the end of this post for more inspiration.
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Thanksgiving Table Decor Ideas
I’m so excited to share my Rustic Thanksgiving Table Decor Ideas with you today.
As usual, I used a combination of new, vintage, diy, and recycled items to create a unique table.
First, you may remember that I previously shared a centerpiece that I created using recycled tin cans and twigs.
I knew the rustic centerpiece would be perfect for my Thanksgiving table and was my inspiration. If you missed the tutorial, you can find it here.
I also added some craft paper faux leaf stems which I shared here.
As a result, you may think you’ve already seen my table, but just wait.
The expanded centerpiece
The centerpiece now runs the entire length of the table and is filled with a combination of rustic and elegant decor.
In order to expand the centerpiece, I added a recently thrifted wooden tray and bread board to the original wood and twig project.
The wooden tray and bread board both hold thrifted vintage brass candlesticks which are filled with Fork & Knife Candles from Lucid Candles.
The Thrift Store Purchases
Y’all know I have to add some thrifted and vintage to all my tablescapes.
While Thrifting with the Gals, I found this gorgeous wooden, mirrored tray at Vintage Cottage.
It was immediately added to the center of the table. It’s filled with vintage brass candlesticks and amber bottles filled with craft paper leaf stems and dried okra pods.
I have been collecting Golden Wheat plates for a couple of years now and feel they are perfect for fall and Thanksgiving!
They, also work well with the thrifted Amber goblets.
New Thanksgiving Table Decor
You always want to add a few new items to your table. Mixing old and new is a great way to create a unique table setting.
My friend Jackie at Rod Works of Asheville gifted me with the Happy Friendsgiving Sign, as well as the gorgeous copper napkin rings!
In addition, Lucid Candles provided me with these everlasting Fork & Knife Taper Candles which add such a warm feeling to the Thanksgiving Table Decor.
In addition to the new napkin rings, these leaf placements add great texture. I also added a rustic turkey which works well with my recycled twig containers.
The placemats and rustic turkey are both from Vintage Cottage located in Asheboro, NC
If you missed the original centerpiece, it includes DIY craft paper leaf stems and foraged pinecones displayed in recycled tin cans covered with twigs.
Finishing Touches to Thanksgiving Table
Finally, faux gourds and craft paper stems help to fill the space around the candlesticks and amber bottles.
The centerpiece decor is spread out the length of the table allowing guests to easily see and communicate with each other.
I hope you enjoyed today’s Thanksgiving Table Decor Ideas and I can’t wait to share all the recipes with you! You will not want to miss the Martini Cocktail Recipe that I’m sharing with you.
More Thanksgiving Table Inspiration
Now it’s time for more inspiration. Next up is Anne and AnnMarie from Simply 2 Mom’s. You are going to love their Rustic Thanksgiving Table.
Be sure to follow all the links below.
Thanks so much for stopping by today. Be sure to check here for the Thanksgiving full menu and recipes.