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Thanksgiving Table Setting

Aah... Back in my happy place. I love this blog. I get a break from reality to decorate a little space in my home and share it with whoever wants to see it. It's my creative escape and I love it. I have not been in the Holiday spirit lately. Here in Missouri, it's been very warm. It's nice but it's cramping my Christmas style. I can't fully enjoy fall because it's too warm to wear scarfs and boots (I do anyway and everyone makes fun of me) and so I can't get into the decorating part of it either but today it was pretty cool out so I got into it a little bit...

Thanksgiving is at my house this year. Don't ask who signed me up for that one... But I thought I'd do up a Thanksgiving table for you all to give you an idea for your own! I always love to decorate my dinging room table, for one it's the first thing you see when you come in my house, and two Thanksgiving is at my house this year! Did I say that already??? I'm stressed, OK??!!

If you follow me on Instagram, then you saw my most recent project which was a scroll sign I made using some wrapping paper I had in my trunk for about a year featuring an amazing quote I fell in love with. I had some extra of that wrapping paper and thought I'd put it on my table for my family to write what they're thankful for on Thanksgiving. I have some more of it left so I'm going to put it on the kids table and I can't wait to see what all they write.

I went pretty simple with this table scape. I started out with some candles I've had forever and added the dishes. I have lots of mix matched things: Chairs, flatware, dishes, So I thought I'd put them all in one place. I had some gold flatware, but not enough to do the whole table so I added in some silver. I used my Target square dishes and on the ends I switched it up with some Dollar Tree plates and my navy and gold Target bowls. I used my grandmothers table cloth and napkins, and added a garland from Michaels. (They're having a 50% sale by the way!!)

I wanted to keep it light and bright and neutral. I hope my family loves it when they come in for our first Thanksgiving at the Naves.
Have a wonderful and safe holiday this week! I can't wait to see more Thanksgiving tables. Thank you as always for coming to my happy place and seeing what I'm up to. It means the world to me!
xo- Savanna

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