Turquoise and Orange Thanksgiving Table
Don’t you love a pretty, formal Thanksgiving table? I sure do. However, 2020 has given us so many unexpected surprises that I’m mixing my Thanksgiving table decor up a little. The unexpected- with a little traditional decor thrown in. I guess you could say that it’s a Turquoise and Orange Thanksgiving table. Oh! And I’ve got a giveaway for you too.
But first, the table.
Thanksgiving will be a little different this year.
Instead of gearing up for a big family dinner, I’m setting my table for just the four of us.
So my holiday table will be a little more simple.
Simple, but filled with lots of color.
I started with a turquoise buffalo check table runner.
Followed by a wooden tray layered with eucalyptus leaves, bitter sweet and an orange pumpkin tureen to make a fun centerpiece.
Candles were added for a little traditional accent.
Normally, I’d set the table with formal china, crystal glassware and linen napkins.
Not this year.
A natural straw placemat hosts a plain white plate and pumpkin salad plates.
The salad plates come in two different colors.
Two are turquoise…
And the other two are orange.
These pretty wooden napkin rings are a Mudpie creation.
I love that they have a built in place card holder.
I looked around for a cute place card and came up empty.
So I made my own.
Turquoise and orange watercolor pumpkins.
Once I had them painted, I simply scanned them into the computer and added names to them.
Super easy and I love how they turned out.
I picked up this super cute cutting board, along with the stuffing spoon and the turkey fork from Mudpie.
I love all of the fun, witty slogans they put on everything.
They fit right in with my sense of humor for sure!
I love my new utensils so much that I’ve decided to share one with you!
I’m giving away this Turkey Time serving fork.
To win, all you have to do is comment here on why you’d like to win.
And head on over to my Facebook page and give it a like and a sprinkle. ( A sprinkle is a share)
The drawing will be held Tuesday, November 10, just in time for Thanksgiving!