Whether you’re planning a big Thanksgiving dinner, or happening to have a party with a Thanks theme, there are more than the traditional pilgrim styles t o decorate your table in. When it comes to picking out Thanksgiving tablecloths, it’s fun to make a spread that is as colorful as you are thankful!
Thanks for the Earth
A green tablecloth makes the base for this very earthy table setting. Add orange napkins, rich brown or burgundy napkin rings, and a pale green or brown table runner for contrast. For centerpieces, straight fall gourds and fruits will make a great touch for color and from the earth feel.
Formal, Fine like Wine
The fine like wine, burgundy table setting is a classic for Thanksgiving. The color palate provides a rich look, that we’re sure isn’t just there to cover up for when someone spills. The burgundy tablecloth is also a deep backdrop for your fine white china to shine against.
Paired of course with burgundy napkins and a flower arrangement of warm red, pink, and peach blooms will complete the rosy, formal table.
When it comes to adding those final touches to the table, don’t be afraid to get nutty. Literally.
Acorns, pinecones, and red berries cleaned and tied around your napkins are a smart way to impress the guests. Any brown twigs tied up with twine and a die cut note card printed with “I’m thankful for” can be pulled together in a snap to tidy up any orange napkins you don’t have the time to fold in an fancy manner.