Thanksgiving Table Decor

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

A few weeks ago I had grand dreams of writing a post where I showed you my own dining table with several different Thanksgiving table decor ideas. Oh yeah, it was going to be great. "Look at the fancy metallic gourds." "Oh, and see how easily you can made a centerpiece with nothing but twigs, berries and duct tape?".

Uh huh...that didn't happen. Honestly though, what was I thinking? I'm not even hosting Thanksgiving at my house?!

Anyway...my lazyness has now resulted in the ultimate lazy move...I'm now showing you some great Martha Stewart ideas....hee hee. At least I'm honest, right?

Enjoy!








11 Suburbanites Said:

Nancy said...

Those are great ideas, but I know if you weren't busy, lazy (ha!!) or whatever, you could do as well if not better. I'm not hosting Thanksgiving either, but I am doing Christmas so I had better get started on some sort of good centerpiece!

Nancy

Jacci said...

Loved all of those ideas - except the feather. That one completely grossed me out. Sterilized or not, all I can think is "bird lice". Ewww.

The very first one is my favorite. So elegant.

Jacci

Wendy said...

Simple and Classy decorating...my favorite. Great pictures. thank you.

Windlost said...

Lovely ideas!! Gotta love dear old Martha.

LouLou@thelifeofloulou.blogspot.com said...

I LOVE YOUR BLOG!
Head on over to mine for a visit...I'm having a great giveaway!

{ L } said...

Perfect timing. I JUST posted my Thanksgiving Table 2009 and I used inspiration from 2 of these photos you have on your post here!!! Cool! Martha Stewart's table ideas are simply gorgeous. I would love love for you to see! :)

It's here:

http://www.mooreminutes.com/2009/11/thanksgiving-table-2009-and-kids-table.html

Leigh Ann said...

Thankful for the inspiration! :)
Blessings~
Leigh Ann

life insurance BMO said...

Beautiful pictures, remind me our Thanksgiving dinner here in Canada few weeks ago. They have gorgeous atmosphere. Thanksgiving is my favorite day in the year. The reason is that the whole family meets together and enjoy this time. It's especially important when you don't see your relatives for months.

Take care,
Lorne

Grace @ Ruby Moon Designs said...

Haha! Love your honesty. I've been working on my Thanksgiving table for weeks now, and it's still not done. Hopefully by the end of this week I'll be finished! And I am hosting this year, so I need to get my butt in gear!

-Grace

Delightful Dwelling said...

I sometimes have ideas about posts like that too that never really happen! I love those photos though, especially those little pumpkin candle holders.

Gaia said...

I'd love to have a Thanksgiving dinner! But in Italy we don't have it. I think I'll do it once in a lifetime!!!

I'm running my first giveaway... would you like to visit me and partecipate!?

Thanks

Gaia

 

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