Can't believe the holidays are upon us! Thought I'd quickly share my tables for Thanksgiving. So grateful that we were able to again come together on this day. I set tables for 16, but at the last minute 4 didn't make it, so we ended up with 12. I set two tables--one formal and another in the kitchen, with a more relaxed, casual feel. Without further ado, welcome!
The formal table in the dining room was set for 12. I used my white and gold limoge china and Godinger iced beverage glasses.
I used a white tablecloth, that is a bit too long, thus the ends were gathered up for easier seating, and white linen napkins that were purchased at an estate sale. I also found additional napkin rings to match some I already owned. A gold and bronze runner was placed in the center.
I found cute little pumpkin place card holders at an antique mall, which, I believe, are copper. The color went well with the bronze in the runner. I found two bronze colored pumpkins at Tuesday Morning and used them on each side of the floral. Speaking of florals, I didn't intend for this to be so, well, big.
The candelabras were my grandmother's, then my mom's. I like using something of hers on my Thanksgiving table.
Since I only had 8 of the copper place card holders, I used these wire ones, which worked fine.
Individual s&p's were placed at every setting.
Flatware is Modern Victorian by Lunt.
The casual table had a more casual feel--but same napkins and stems. I used an orange tablecloth, brown runner, cornucopia filled with fruit, rose hips, and greenery.
Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving. I am heavily into my Christmas decorating, although I haven't changed things up much. Hopefully I will have time to blog and visit with you all soon! Thanks for stopping by!
Thanks to Susan at Between Naps On the Porch for hosting!!