Farmhouse Thanksgiving Tablescape
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Using Flowers On Your Farmhouse Thanksgiving Tablescape
This is a really great look to do on a budget. The hydrangea was from the garden and cut off to fit between the pumpkins. You could use fresh flowers or faux flowers. We reused the gold disks from the garden party and hung them from the ceiling throughout the room just to give a little sparkle up high.
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Using Candles On Your Farmhouse Thanksgiving Tablescape
Be on the lookout for pretty candle holders during the year and if you are on a budget, don’t forget to look at yard sales, estate sales and even thrift stores. Ours were bought at an estate sale. We left them tarnished for this look because we liked the dark look of them on the table.
The pumpkins we got from the Amish market where we go shopping but check your local farmer’s market, grocery store or farmstand for them. Hobby Lobby sells pretty pumpkins. Look around for a sale on fall decor or use their 40% off coupon you can get each week online.
I love how the mirror reflects the light back into the dining room and these little faux pumpkins are so cute on the dinner plates. You could even use them as a place card by writing the guest’s name on them in marker.
Using Paint To Get The Color You want For Your Farmhouse Thanksgiving Tablescape
Don’t be afraid to choose the colors you want for your decor. The traditional Thanksgiving colors are beautiful, but if you want a more muted color scheme go for it! We used chalk paint on little orange faux pumpkins that we found to make them this adorable green, and the chicken wire napkin rings were ones that we made. They have cute faux chicken wire ribbon on them and just lend to the casual farmhouse look to this tablescape.
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Using Found Items On Your Farmhouse Thanksgiving Tablescape
Mix matched silver platers set off the white of the bone china and linen napkins perfectly and tie the candlesticks in perfectly.
The neutral tones of the dried hydrangeas really pull this look together. We waited until later in the season to clip them so we would get this neutral look but earlier in the year you would have them more colorful. Simply clip them the length you are wanting and put them into your basket or vase without water and they will dry this way.
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