Today is the second part of my Thanksgiving table post. Yesterday I posted THIS dressier version and today I’m showing you how you can use almost the exact same materials to create a more casual look for your centerpiece and table. I’m part of a fun group of women who are all sharing elements of a Thanksgiving dinner. My part is the centerpiece… without further ado:
I started off with my giant white heirloom pumpkin in the center of the table and my Birch Lane Silver Hobnail Votive holders on either side.
The table is one that I’m borrowing from the fabulous Ingrained for Life rentals. Jeremy makes the most gorgeous tables out of pallet wood. I shot yesterday’s table here too and then photos for the company’s website HERE.
The job was so simple after that. I layered in two different colors of pears and some white pumpkins. I just propped them on top of each other to add a little height. I didn’t want anything to be too tall on this table because I wanted our guests to easily be able to see over the centerpiece at each other.
I layered in some branches we had in our yard but you can use anything that brings in a little bit of color, even some faux branches! This table looks fine without them but it doesn’t say wow… once the changing leaves were added in it was amazing how much more fun the table looked!
For our fall party last weekend I added Birch Lane’s Cable Knit pillows and some throws by our makeshift fire pit. Everyone pulled the rockers back and it kept people toasty during the chilly day.
Here are the incredible ladies taking part in this “Form Your Thanksgiving Table” blog hop. I think you’ll love them!
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