Welcome to the 426th Tablescape Thursday!
This Thanksgiving Gina, who reads BNOTP, will be hosting not one, but two Thanksgiving feasts! She shared photos with me recently of the table she created for her first dinner and it is stunning! Look at all those darling acorn tureens! Love the little green pumpkins perched atop the tall candlesticks…so cute!
There are so many wonderful details to enjoy in this beautiful table! I love the deer accents on the little pedestal server we see on the left. Gina found the server in Marshalls. The beautiful lanterns were a gift and add that perfect touch of black to the table.
I have been eyeing these tureens for a few weeks now, but was trying to convince myself that I didn’t need them since I already have a set acorn tureens. Well, my resolve completely melted after seeing Gina’s table and I had to order a set.
The tureens I have are monotone in color. I absolutely love the beautiful gold, brown and green color combination of these acorn tureens. So yup, I caved. 🙂 If you’re smitten by these adorable tureens, too, you’ll find them here: Acorn Tureens. Mine arrived yesterday and they are beautiful and well-made. Just love ’em!
Don’t you absolutely love Gina’s beautiful Thanksgiving china! This wonderful pattern is part of the Johnson Brother’s Friendly Village collection and the pattern is Willow by the Brook. Such a cute name! Johnson Brothers creates the most wonderful dishware and this one is perfect for a cozy fall dinner. The beautiful white dinner plate you see peeking out underneath is Christian Dior, French Country Rose and the wood chargers are from Horchow.
Love Gina’s choice for her stemware! The amber bubble goblets are currently available here: Amber Bubble Goblets
Recently my friend Linda, came to visit for a week. That was the week I took the fun”staycation” that I blogged about here: The Week I Took a Staycation.
During Linda’s visit, she presented me with me a lovely gift of four deer napkin rings. I was so tickled to see the very same napkin rings in use in Gina’s table! I think the only difference is, Gina’s deer are silver in color and the ones I have are a bronze color. I just love them!
For Gina’s centerpiece, she put together a lovely floral arrangement with a sassy looking turkey poking his head out one end and his feathered tail out the other. 🙂 Gina found this delightful bowl HERE, but I’m not sure it’s still available. The large coordinating soup tureen is still available and can be found, HERE.
Thanks so much to Gina for sharing this wonderful fall tablescape! Her guests are going to love it so much when they all sit down for their Thanksgiving feast!
Happy Thanksgiving, dear Friends!
Source List for Thanksgiving Setting
Hurricane Candle Holders: Gift
Plates: Johnson Bros Friendly Village, Willow by the Brook
White dinner plate: Christian Dior, French Country Rose
Chargers: Horchow, Baroque
Flatware: Reed & Barton, Heritage
Goblets: Artland Amber Bubble Goblets, Amazon
Wine stems: Amber Banded Crystal stemware, maker unknown
White Pumpkin Table Runners: Kohl’s
Acorn Tureens, Oak Leaf Placemats: Pier 1
Ceramic Turkey Bowl for Centerpiece: Pottery Barn Outlet
Napkin Ring (1): Madras Weave, World Market
Napkin Ring (2): Mud Pie Deer Head Napkin Rings ~ Gift
Napkins and Pale Oak leaf placements: Pier 1
Acorn Salt & Pepper, Deer butter dish ~ William Sonoma, years ago
Green pumpkins: Hobby Lobby
Deer Cake Stand and Tiered plate holder: Marshalls
Oak Leaf place card holders: Hobby Lobby
Iron Squirrels: Wayfair (Painted Rustoleum Aged Copper)
Looking forward to the beautiful table settings shared for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!
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