Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Divine Tablescapes

It was pumpkins in October, so for November, I'll be showcasing ideas for creating a beautiful tablescape for your Thanksgiving table. 

I love the idea of a formal table for the holidays....doing the little things that we just don't ordinarily do everyday.

Menu cards are certainly not found on my everyday table, but how pretty they look for a special occasion.

Country Living  - photo credit - Gridley and Graves

Traditional china paired with silver and milk glass on a gray tablecloth...not so traditional!
Love the pheasant feathers for accent.

Are you encouraged to take your holiday table up a notch! 

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  1. Menu cards is definitely not for everyday table settings, and that's what makes it extra special =)

  2. I love seating cards, it makes for less confusion at dinner time. I purchased some porcelain ones that you can write the names on and then wipe off when you put them aways. Hey!! You just gave me an idea for a blog post, thanks Sally, see how you always inspire me?!! Love ya, Kathysue

  3. Yes, I do enjoy making the table setup a little more special. It makes the holiday more festive and memorable for everyone. Enjoy the weekend, Kellie xx

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