My turkey flag is out…and so is the Thanksgiving decor!
I once again turned to my favorite linen desginer, Hen House Linens, for my Thanksgiving tablescape.
I had lots of fun layering a square table topper in “fern orange” on top of tablecloth in “gracious chocolate” and mix and matched these patterns with a runner and napkins.
For the place setting, I chose my simple wedding china, Lenox Opal Innocence (Macy’s), my husband’s grandmother’s silver (Wallace Windsor Rose, 1942), and crystal stemware (Waterford Marquis, Allegro). The pumpkin shaped soup bowls were gift from my friend, Meredith (from Pottery Barn).
Fern orange napkins from Hen House Linens are bundled with turkey-charmed napkin rings (from Seasons, Madison, NJ). And a classic Russel Stover’s milk chocolate turkey is a favor for each guest.
The pumpkin, berry, leafy, and feathered swag is also from Seasons, Madison, NJ. Orange candles are in acorn-shaped candesticks.
The floral arrangement is in a mason jar (from J&M Garden, Madison, NJ).
Antique Thanksgiving postcards (c1910) serve as place cards.
And I picked up this lovely antique Homer Laughlin turkey serving platter at Summit Antiques Center a few years back. Gobble! Gobble!
(This post will also appear on http://betweennapsontheporch.net).
What an exciting mix of color and pattern, all of which blend beautifully for a perfect Thanksgiving table.
Beautiful…love the orange!