Everyone is so busy, right? And we all look at all the beautiful holiday tables and decor ideas on pinterest and get discouraged because “How will we EVER have time and skill to pull that off!?” Well, I’ve come up with 3 Thanksgiving tables that you can pull off without ever physically entering a store! All of the items are via the internet! Take the stress out of your Thanksgiving and just enjoy your family AND have a beautiful table! You can do it!
I’m a collector of china. So, I did already have all of the items for this table. BUT, you can too! And the good news is, you can have this same table (or one very similar) without ever leaving your home and in time for Thanksgiving!
It’s all about layering! You just need a mix of items that you love to make a table that looks like it’s made up of family heirlooms!
With this list, can create a very similar look to my table above! Remember, that layering is key!
The Rustic Table
This beautiful setting by Random Thoughts From An Incoherent Mind Blog is perfect for the white farmhouse look that is all the rage right now!
The napkin is actually my favorite piece of this table setting! I love all the plaid the last couple of years!
The Glam Table
I love love this glamorous yet simple table by A Pumpkin And A Princess blog. It’s a perfect choice for a family that wants a little arts and crafts project for the kids! Imagine… You are busy cooking on Wednesday and the kids get a fun project to participate in their family Thanksgiving meal! First, pick up some mini pumpkins, gourds, etc. from your grocery store. Then have the kids grab some pine cones and branches from outside. With cheap foam brushes let them go to town with the liquid gold leaf! It is SO FUN to work with and they will make some fun memories!
For the centerpiece, just look in your grocery store as you are picking up all your groceries! This simple arrangement came from my local grocery store! I actually buy arrangements from them every week! Simple AND convenient! It makes having to go to the grocery store (one of my least favorite things to do) worth it!
So, what are your plans for your Thanksgiving table? Take 30 minutes to plan it now, order the items and by the big day, you’ll have your family’s table all planned out and ready to go!
Happy Connection Monday!