Thanksgiving Table Ideas Inspired from Weddings

Weddings are full of beauty and we can continue to draw inspiration from them even if we are not getting married! Let’s take a look at some wedding tables and how we can use them in our own Thanksgiving tables!

Use Metallic Tones

This beautiful table consists of beautiful shades of gold and silver.  I think most of us having various pieces of gold and silver toned and it is okay to mix and match them!

metallic thanksgiving centerpiece

Photo by JoPhoto

The use of a copper charger adds a fun Fall twist to this table.

copper metallic thanksgiving table

Photo: Jodee Debes Photography

Add Fruit to Your Centerpiece

Now this is my favorite way to decorate for Thanksgiving as you can see here!  I love adding fruit to the centerpiece as Thanksgiving as it reminds me that we are in the season of harvest.  I love the use of persimmons tucked into the roses and peonies below.

persimmon and peony thanksgiving centerpiece

Photo: MEG RUNION

I love the use of berries and various fruits as name card holders here.  The white hydrangeas and roses are refreshing as well.

Fruit and Berry thanksgiving table

Photo: Ashley Seawell Photography

The pomegranates in this floral arrangement are perfect for your Thanksgiving table.  Also, do you spy some Fall leaves tucked in there? You can just pick out some from your own yard and add them to your centerpiece!

pomegranate thanksgiving table

Photo: Callie Hobbs Photography

Use Jewel Tones

I love the deep hues of these flowers in the pictures.  Using jewel tones for your Thanksgiving table is an easy way to transition into the Christmas season.

Photo: Dana Fernandez Photograph

The table below uses beautiful amaryllis in the floral arrangement.

Photo: Lance Nicoll Photography/

Use Pumpkins as Place Card Holders

Have little pumpkins left over from Halloween? Use them as place card holders! I love how this pretty French blue ribbon is attached to the pumpkins.

pumpkin placecard holders French country Thanksgiving

Using metallic tones and jewel tones are perfect for your Thanksgiving table.  I also love the use of fruit in the centerpiece.  Usually by Thanksgiving I am kind of burned out from pumpkins, so I like the idea of just using them as place cards holders as above.

6 Comments

  1. November 14, 2017 / 9:00 pm

    Angelina,
    Wedding tablescapes are always inspirational, and I loved looking at these. Have a very happy Thanksgiving at your table in your new house.

    Judith

    • Angelina
      November 14, 2017 / 9:38 pm

      thank you! I am glad you enjoyed looking at the wedding pics as much as I do!

  2. November 16, 2017 / 6:53 am

    These tables would look lovely for any occasion! Wedding receptions certainly have gotten much more elaborate than when I got married!

    • Angelina
      November 16, 2017 / 8:28 am

      YEs they seem to keep getting fancier, don’t they? Whatever happened to punch and cake for an afternoon??

  3. November 16, 2017 / 2:30 pm

    How marvelous. Love them al and will pinl, but this year I’m going to a friend’s house so I won’t get to set any table. Thanks for hosting THURSDAY FAVORITE THINGS 314 where my post #172, “This Nov Use Purple to Inspire You” appears. Happy Holidays and be well.

    • Angelina
      November 16, 2017 / 8:20 pm

      You can just set a table for yourself to enjoy – hosting or not! I do that for other holidays! Thank you for stopping by! Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving.

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