Last Minute Thanksgiving Table Decor

If you're like me, this time of year is the busiest. Most people are so busy worrying about the Thanksgiving Day feast that they forget about the festive table decor. No need to worry! I've got you covered! Below is a list of my favorite last minute Thanksgiving table decorations that can be put together quickly and using items you may already have lying around the house.

Everyone has oranges in their fruit bowl. Why not add them to your table setting this year? You can find an easy tutorial on how to design this simple table setting at https://julieblanner.com/5-minute-fall-table-setting/.

Source: https://julieblanner.com/5-minute-fall-table-setting/

How easy is this? Gather some leaves from your yard (or the neighbors yard) and sprinkle them on the table. Simply write names on the leaves for seating arrangements or write the things you are most grateful for.

Source: https://www.minted.com/julep/2015/11/25/last-minute-thanksgiving-decoration-idea/

Pick up some ribbon at your local craft store and some discounted pumpkins at the grocery store while you are getting last minute food items. Simply write each guests name on the ribbon and tie that ribbon on to the pumpkin. Place each little pumpkin on each persons plate on top of a cloth or paper napkin. If you don't want to write names, just add the ribbon tied in a single not to dress it up a little.

Have an old sweater or clean sock lying around that you never use. Give it a new life by cutting them up to make these stunning candle votives. This will definitely make the atmosphere more cozy.

Source: http://www.dagmarbleasdale.com/2016/11/thanksgiving-table-decor-ideas/

Dress up your silverware by wrapping them in napkins or felt (as seen in the picture). This is so easy to do and can add lots of fall colors to your table.

Source: http://thefeltstore.blogspot.ca/2013/11/tablescaping-for-american-thanksgiving.html

Or easily tie the silverware with a simple ribbon. This adds a little elegance to your table.

Source: https://www.homestoriesatoz.com/holiday-ideas/16-thanksgiving-table-ideas-table-setting.html

Lastly, hollow out a pumpkin or two and fill them with dipping sauces. I love this idea!

Source: http://blog.brightsettings.com/10-thanksgiving-table-ideas-real-pumpkins/

Have a HAPPY and BEAUTIFUL Thanksgiving!

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