Friday, November 26, 2010

Thanksgiving Table

I hope you all enjoyed your Thanksgiving celebrations.  We had a small gathering here with family.  There's a lot to be thankful for.  Hosting can be hectic, so I stayed up (too late) setting the table the evening before.  I used a simple white background for our elegant wedding china, and dried hydrangeas and fall leaves from our garden.  Fleur-de-lys punchouts from Petite Michelle Louise made the table festive.  My Dad asked if I cut those out by hand.  Ahhh...no. 
I also added Michelle's 'Merci' tag to the centerpiece as a simple message for the day. 


The sparkling cider on the buffet was wrapped in some vintage Belgium ribbon and white burlap.  I mixed the burlap, lace and a vintage striped fabric from Brimfield Flea Market as the runner.  The mirror is a Brimfield treasure from several years ago.  It was fun mixing the elegant and rustic pieces.








Now on to Christmas decor ...the happiest season of all!

2 comments:

A Cottage Muse said...

Thank you so much for visiting and welcome to blogging!! You are off to a wonderful start ~ your home looks so pretty and I love the table you set for Thanksgiving!

Enjoy your weekend!

Petite Michelle Louise said...

you set a magnifique table for thanksgiving my friend. I am sure it was enjoyed by all. Love to see my fleur-de-lis all around and LOVE that you used the reverse side of my tag to add to the decor. Very clever! Can't wait to see your xmas ideas!

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