Thanksgiving table settings are always on top of the list when it comes to planning this special autumn’s harvest feast. Thinking on how to decorate your dinner table for Thanksgiving is definitely time consuming. If you can’t decide on how to set a Thanksgiving table, or if you’re looking for Thanksgiving table settings, then these ideas can help you out.
20 Thanksgiving Table Settings to WOW Your Guests | Thanksgiving Decorations
I’ve been planning our family’s Thanksgiving for some time now and I have to admit, it hasn’t been easy. Finding the right recipe for my Thanksgiving menu and now, planning the Thanksgiving table setting. So if you’re in the same dilemma I’m in right now, let’s help each other out. I’ve made a round up of Thanksgiving table setting ideas you can try and I’d love to hear your thoughts with which ones you think will work best. Ready?
1. Gold Leaf Place Cards
Make your place cards golden in just a few easy steps. Grab some leaves, gold paint and a Sharpie. Then spray your leaves, write the names and you’re done! Easy right?
2. DIY Geometric Clay Place Card Holders
This will be a fun craft project you can try. Adding those mini pumpkins just completes everything. See how you can make it here.
3. Mini Pumpkin Florals
Adorable and simple. Mini Pumpkin Florals will give life to any Thanksgiving table.
4. Fall Tablescape with DIY Floral Plate Charger
A super easy floral plate charger that will work great if you don’t have any real flowers available. Learn the steps here.
5. Kid’s Thanksgiving Table Setting
Give your kids their own table and you can use this for their table setting. They certainly would love to help you out. Doing things together with your kids simply builds lasting memories, not to mention the fun!
6. Printable DIY Placecards
What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving? Print this out and write it down. It’s good to write the blessings you receive each year.
7. Pilgrim Thanksgiving Kiddie Table
Kids get bored quickly. Give them other things to do aside from eating by following this kiddie table setting idea.
8. Leaf-like Napkin Rings
Make your own napkin rings by bending some aluminum wires into leaves. See how you can make them here.
9. Easy Thanksgiving Table Decorations
By making these crafty leaves, you can make napkin rings, decorate mason jars, place cards and even little favors.
10. Simple Rustic Table Setting
Go rustic complete with a warm welcome note for your guests.
11. Printable Thanksgiving Napkins
Why just print on paper when you can print Thanksgiving cheer on napkins.
12. Clay Leaf Napkin Ring
Clay leaf napkin ring is cute and easy to make. I’m sure you’ll feel like an artist after.
13. Simple Pumpkin Leaf Place Card
Put those pumpkins into good use by following these easy steps.
14. Felt Placemat DIY
Don’t really feel like using your placemats this Thanksgiving? Make your very own with felt and get the template here along with the tutorial.
15. Log Candle Holders
Planning on taking it outside, this is a great inspiration on how to set your table. The table pieces are simply perfect for the outdoor elements.
16. Turquoise + Orange Fall Tablescape
You have to agree, the color combination looks amazing. All the elements of fall are perfect on your table.
17. Party Table Setting
I just love how everything comes together in this table setting. Sometimes, you don’t need all the drama in your centerpieces and table settings. Less is more.
18. Black, White and Gold
Being pleasing and stylish doesn’t mean being elaborate all the time. Look at this table setting! Black, white and gold, just elegant.
19. Make it Rustic
This is another minimalistic style of table setting. Here’s a DIY tutorial to pull this look off.
20. Delightful Fall Tablescape
Well thought and classy. I would love to give this a try, wouldn’t you?
Want to keep it traditional? Then check out this video from Southern Living:
I hope with these 20 wonderful ideas of Thanksgiving table settings, you now have an idea on how to set your table this holiday. You can mix and match the centerpieces, place mats, and napkins. You don’t need to buy all the materials because you can always upcycle what you have from last year.
So, what do you think of these Thanksgiving table settings? Which one will you try? Let me know how it went and share your experience with me in the comment section below.
Have any homesteading projects you’d like to share? Share it with me and I’ll give it a try. I’d love to know what you think!
And if you want to get crafty with more Thanksgiving decorations, here are more ideas you can DIY!