Thanksgiving Tablescape

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We are so enjoying the fall weather that we are finally experiencing here in the south!! The leaves are starting to change colors ever so slightly.I am actually wearing a sweater as I write this post. You don't know how happy that make me! It's the little things!! 

This month for our Pinterest Challenge, we are sharing ideas for your Thanksgiving table.

Welcome to another installment of our monthly Pinterest Challenges hosted by my sweet friend, Cindy, from County Road 407

If you are new to the Pinterest Challenge, here are the details!

  • each month Cindy selects a photo for inspiration online that we will recreate
  • the owner of the photo has graciously given us permission to give our spin on the project
  • you will receive numerous ideas that you can replicate in your home to keep things fresh

This month's inspiration comes from Lindsey Brunk. Please visit her site to see all of this gorgeous tablescape! 

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My takeaway on this was creating a long centerpiece across the table full of greens and berries. 

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While Lindsey's table uses gorgeous dark colors, I went with lighter….mainly because I wanted to use what I had. 


I made these place card holders years ago. They are so simple to make with saved wine corks. Just glue 3 together in a triangle and with a sharp knife, carefully cut a shallow slit in the top to hold the card. I used plain business cards that I had for printing your own. I just used a gold pen to hand write them.

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The base of the centerpiece is one long eucalyptus garland from Amazon. You can shape it to meander along the table. 


Then go along and add your candlesticks. 

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Next fill in with faux berries, pumpkins, urns with wine corks and more candlelight. 

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I've collected various sizes of brass candlesticks through the years. I love to use them in the fall. They are so warm with the colors of the season. 

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All that I use on my tablescape now in the dining room are faux pumpkins. You don't have to worry about rot or runners being ruined. Believe me….I've learned from that mistake. 

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Small thrift store urns are perfect for groupings of wine corks. 

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  1. I absolutely love your setting! You’re colors are gorgeous and I love getting a peek inside your home… absolutely stunning!!!

  2. Beautiful table Christy. I love the wine cork place cards and the little urns. We have so many corks and this is a great way to use them. The runner down the center of the table has so many interesting elements. I love the mix of tall brass candlesticks and the votives.

  3. Your entire tablescape is so pretty!! I love the cork name card holders, so creative! And, so loving your centerpiece/runner! Beautiful!!!

  4. So lovely, Christy! Your lighter version fits your home and decor beautifully. Love the long look, with the garland as a base; it gives a great foundation to build upon.

  5. Love your arrangement the soft colored pumpkins and brass so so pretty. I agree I like it better than the example.,

  6. Christy, your table is stunning with all of its light and airy textures and the adorable pumpkins!!! If you hadn’t said anything, I wouldn’t have even noticed that your pumpkins were faux. I love the soft blue-greens and the soft tans of the woven placemats, napkins, berries and the soft tealight holders! Lovely take on this month’s Thanksgiving theme…

    Happy fall to you,
    Barb šŸ™‚

  7. Simply stunning, Christy! Your tablescape looks so perfectly styled with the softer color scheme. I just love all the wine cork accents like the place card holders. (Brilliant!) Oh, I can attest to pumpkins rotting on furniture! It happened to me last year, and I was devastated. Faux it is! Happy Thanksgiving!

  8. Your centerpiece is gorgeous! Love the pumpkins, leaves and berries (I have some of the sparkly ones myself!) Using those wine corks for place card holders is so rustic and elegant, too! Enjoy hopping with you, Christy! Pinned!

  9. Seriously gorgeous table Christy! I love that you mixed your metals – the gold candlesticks and votives with your silver napkin rings and flatware. I know your family will love it! Thank you for joining in!

  10. Your table is gorgeous, Christy! I love, love the centerpiece that you created. I know that you are really looking forward to having your kids home for Thanksgiving. Beautiful job!!

  11. Oh I really love your table. Such pretty soft colors and I love all the brass candlesticks. I have quite a few so I need to remember to use mine more often. Beautiful table setting.

  12. Love this Christy. I like yours better than the challenge. Yours is more inviting for me.

    Love the little crock placecard holder.


  13. Hi christy! I love this! I love the place seating cards with the wine corks. I just ditched my wine corks and I might have to dig them out of the trash! love the colors! Stopping by the Pinterest Challenge, laura

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