Today, I am sharing with you my Thanksgiving table decor! If you caught this clean eating pumpkin pie recipe post last week then you’ve already gotten a glimpse!
This year, the centerpiece consists of multiple pumpkins of different sizes and styles. Some are made out of twigs, wrapped in burlap, and finished with glitter. I added some fall leaves and small acorns at each end to frame the pumpkins on the table.
I had originally thought of going with a more neutral color palette this year and using white pumpkins to match my overall home decor a little more… but, I just love the way the orange makes things a little more festive. It makes it feel like fall in the home no matter what the weather is like outside. I like to light a pumpkin scented candle for an even cozier feel!
You may remember that last years fall decor where I also used these burnt orange place mats and napkins. I went ahead and used those again this year but wrapped the napkins with this tiny harvest corns.
This was actually pretty easy to put together since I was just picking out random pumpkin styles. You’d be surprised how quickly fall decor goes off the shelves! Whenever I would see a pumpkin that I liked I went ahead and purchased it and saved it. It was also pretty inexpensive to put together!
On Thanksgiving Day, I plan to set all the food up on my kitchen island instead of on the table. This way everyone can serve themselves in the kitchen, bring their plate over to the table and enjoy the festive table scape!