Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays because it is a time where we have lots of everything: lots of family, lots of love, and of course, lots of food! Where would you place your entire family members and your courses? In this blog, we feature 2 table settings that would be a great solution for your big family and even bigger portions.
The Harvest table (also known as a farm table) is perfect for that rustic Thanksgiving look. It is decorated with Cedar Hill Beige Napkin and Table Runner, which complements the stunning color of the Harvest Table. We also added Tivoli Glass Plates to give the table a more interesting look. This design has plenty of room for your family and for that succulent Turkey.
Party Rentals Used:
- Table: Harvest Table
- Linen: Cedar Hill Beige Napkin and Table Runner
- Chairs: Antique Metal Garden Chair
- China: Tivoli Glass Plate
- Glassware: Guggenheim
- Flatware: Bamboo
This next table design uses a slightly larger table, our Kings Table, which seats 10-12 people. We used colors that yell out Thanksgiving and fall! We incorporated our Ivory Kings Drape and the Gabrielle Byzantine table runner on the table. Combining these two linens with the Copper Chiavari Chairs and Vanguard Stripe gold cushions create a remarkable Thanksgiving vibe. You will be able to say what you are thankful for and still have room for your turkey.
Party Rentals Used:
- Table: Kings Table
- Linen: Ivory Linen, Gabrielle Byzantine Table Runner, Gabrielle Eggplant Napkin
- Chairs: Copper Chiavari Chair with Vanguard Stripe Cushion
- China: Gold Infinity
- Glassware: Traditional
- Flatware: Chateau
Thanksgiving food can be repetitive. Your meals can consist of turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, pumpkin pie, etc. Why not change it up a bit?! Sunset.com has some great ideas on changing up the Thanksgiving menu into delicious diner style food. Change up the turkey and have scrumptious turkey sliders. Instead of that boring pumpkin pie, Sunset.com created a pumpkin bourbon shake that your friends and family will surely devour. You can still have the turkey, but innovate some of your luscious treats!