Welcome to 220th Tablescape Thursday! I’m posting Tabescape Thursday early this week since tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day and it will be a busy day for everyone.
I’m excited to share my friend, Bonnie’s beautiful Thanksgiving table this week!
Come a bit closer and soak up all the wonderful details.
I love, love, love all the rich fall colors in this setting. Such a warm, inviting table for a gathering with friends and family.
Love Bonnie’s big, colorful Fitz and Floyd turkey. He makes a stunning centerpiece for any table, especially a Thanksgiving tablescape. We are dining by candlelight for this Tablescape Thursday.
Bonnie found these beautiful turkey plates at Pottery Barn and each one depicts a different bird and scene.
Beautiful chargers and check out her twig flatware. Twig flatware is on my wish list…love how it looks in this setting!
Beautiful amber stemware…
The beaded candlestick base adds a bit of glam to this Thanksgiving table.
Bonnie, thanks so much for sharing this beautiful Thanksgiving tablescape!
Resources for this tablescape:
Chargers – Marshalls, many years ago.
Fresco Bird Salad plates – Pottery Barn
Dinner plates – Ross
Glassware – Macy’s, Pier 1 Imports
Napkin Rings,Votives – Pier 1 Imports
Turkey Tureen Centerpiece & Platter – Fitz & Floyd “Country Gourmet”
Flatware – Panache (out of business)
Linen – Tuesday Morning
Happy Thanksgiving Dearhearts!
Looking forward to the tablescapes posted for this Tablescape Thursday!
If you are participating in Tablescape Thursday, please be sure to add your permalink below, and not your general blog address. To get your permalink, click on your post name, then copy and paste the address that shows in the address bar, into the “url” box when you link up.
You’ll need to include a link in your post back to the party in order to link up and participate. That’s so visitors to your blog will be able to find the party and the other Tablescape Thursday participants.
If you would like to use the Tablescape Thursday logo button in your post, just copy and paste it to your computer and upload it to your post as you would any photo.