When it comes to the holidays, I absolutely LOVE entertaining and inviting people over. We’re not having anyone over for Thanksgiving this year, but I thought I would share this Thanksgiving tablescape to inspire you all, whether you’re having family over or a hosting a friendsgiving.
I went with a semi-rustic look, but still kept it classic and a little glam (of course) with the touches of gold and fancy glassware. Lately, I’ve been loving mixing different elements and styles to create unique looks not only in my decor, but in my outfits as well.
Once of my favorite places to go for decor and entertaining needs is HomeGoods (as well as Marshalls & T.J. Maxx!). I was on the hunt for some festive but not cheesy cloth napkins to use for this tablescape and was searching everywhere online including Target, Crate & Barrel, H&M, Z Gallerie, and others, but couldn’t find any that I really liked. I decided to run over to HomeGoods last minute before setting the table yesterday and found just what I was looking for–these solid rusty burnt orange napkins, as well as some gold beaded napkin rings. The orange color is so perfect for fall and Thanksgiving, and ties in with the leaves in the floral centerpiece.
It’s so important to take time to be grateful for everything you have, including the “small” things like food & shelter, not only during this time of year, but all year long. I think it’s also important to think about others, take action, and make a difference.
I want to share something very special that Unilever is doing this season. With every engagement (like or comment) on an Instagram post with #ShareAMeal, they will donate one meal to Feeding America! (update: Unilever’s goal of donating 1,000,000 meals was made!) You can also donate directly to Feeding America to help them feed hungry children across the country by clicking here.
Napkins: HomeGoods, Napkin Rings: HomeGoods, Chargers: Michael’s, Plates: Vintage Oscar de la Renta, Wine Glasses: HomeGoods, Wooden Charger: Michael’s, Mason Jar Vase: DIY, Candle Votives: Crate & Barrel
Are you planning on hosting a Thanksgiving dinner?