Thursday, November 14, 2013

Thanksgiving Tables

With only two weeks left until Thanksgiving it's the perfect time to start thinking about what you'll want your table to look like. Do you want to do place cards? How about adding extra oomph with different napkin and place settings? Even if you don't have a huge amount of people coming, customized name cards is a nice touch to the table, and you can make such cute ones that people will even want to keep them! Here are some cute ideas that I've seen to inspire you to create place cards or set the table a little differently. Doing both is even better!

These gold DIY place cards from The Inspired Room are super easy to make and they go with so many different color schemes and table themes (I hate that that just rhymed).

Cupcakes and Cashmere's take on pinecone place cards are even easier than the gold DIY ones above and look just as adorable! You could do this for Christmas as well.

Instead of the traditional place setting you could make this burlap painted ticking stripe utensil holder from Uncommon Designs to jazz up the look of plain plates.

I love Martha Stewart's site; it has some of the best recipes, crafts, etc. These walnut place cards are so simple, inexpensive, and different. People will love it. 

Another super easy (this one is definitely the least work) and edible place card is from Martha Stewart. It adds color to your table and guests will feel healthier just looking at it!



Turkey trivia place cards will keep guests entertained and out of your hair while you're trying to get everything cooked and on the table. Martha gives you the trivia to put on it, so you don't even have to make an effort to think of anything! 

This oak leaf cornucopia on Martha Stewart is so elegant. Any colors can be used to match your color scheme, but gold is pretty universal for Thanksgiving.

Who knew you could buy acorns? These acorn napkin ties from Martha Stewart are made with store-bought acorns, ribbon, and hot glue. Easy enough!

This sophisticated place setting from Better Homes and Gardens isn't too much work and the menu is a great touch!

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