Every week I receive dozens of questions from you… which is absolutely amazing! Unfortunitely I can’t answer each and every one of them (although I do try) but I make sure to answer at least one question each week in my weekly newsletter where you get behind the scenes tips, tricks and fun information.
Of course, some of the questions I receive are short and sweet… quick to answer. BUT some of those questions have long answers… answers I think the rest of my readers just may benefit from. So here are those answers! Starting with today’s question:
I absolutely loved the flocked Christmas tree email you shared a few weeks ago… I’m hosting our families Thanksgiving dinner this year for the first time and I was hoping that you had a few ideas for decorating for Thanksgiving dinner? I really want white pumpkins so I’m thinking a neutral theme but I’m not set on anything.
I can’t wait to see what you come up with. Thanks so much!
I think we’re soul sisters because white pumpkins are totally my jam! I think white and rose gold would kind of be the best Thanksgiving tablescape ever.
I have never hosted a formal Thanksgiving dinner either but I have to say after looking at all of these beautiful tables-capes I’m not sure if i’m inspired to head out and decorate my table right now or hide from my family forever for fear of having to pull this off one day.
Either way I can live vicariously through you as you decorate for your families celebration. Of course, there are a million different ways to play this: gold, silver, blues, whites, greenery, foiling… all the different accents! Since we’re going with a neutral table I figured we’d stick with all of the best neutral options.
Take a look at all of my favorites… 27 of my favorite neutral Thanksgiving tablescapes to be exact.
Well that was just a little bit of inspiration!! I hope that gives you an idea for your families Thanksgiving celebration.
Good luck with your neutral tablescape… I’d love to see pictures!
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