Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Thanksgiving Tablescape in Creamy White

A Simple White Thanksgiving Table


Allow me to join in with the numerous Thanksgiving tablescapes you are most likely seeing on the blogs right now. My tablescape is simple and incorporates shades of white throughout. I'm pleased with the look. 



I have fallen in love with the creamy white pumpkins available now. You saw some of these on display on the foyer table and I relocated them to the dining table with a few extra for good measure. They are sitting pretty on a gold Fall charger and a Thankgsiving placemat. You can't see the words on the placemat, but here is what it looks like: 


                                           Cute isn't it? 


I found these napkins at Tuesday Morning and I feel the words express my Thanksgiving sentiment quite well!


I'm enjoying my thrifted tea cups by Studio Nova. They are the Yao62 design and feature fruits, vegetables and green leaves in the design. Perfect for a Thanksgiving table!


A tablescape in creamy white is perfect for Thanksgiving and doesn't compete with all of the yummy foods that will fill those plates. Would you create a white tablescape? What are your Thanksgiving plans? Hope you will take a moment to share. I love hearing from you. I count my readers among my blessings and I am so thankful for each one of you!


Until Next Time,
Debbie

9 comments:

Carol @Comfort Spring Station said...

It's very cute! Pinned and shared~

Deborah Ross said...

Thank you so much, Carol!

Sharon said...

Debbie, I love this look with the white for Thanksgiving. It's so different than the typical oranges and yellows. I'll have to say I like it more than the standard fall colors! I can just see those plates filled with Thanksgiving goodies!

Susan Anglin said...

Debbie,
These Thanksgiving table decorations are simply beautiful! I love the creamy whute also! Hope you enjoy your Thanksgiving. I'm thankful I have the the good fortune to call you friend. We need to get together for "Friendsgiving" !

Deborah Ross said...

Thanks Sharon and Susan for commenting. Definitely love the idea of a Friendsgiving get-together!!

Karen said...

I really like the white Debbie. And I like the simplicity! There is so much going on that day and like you said, food filling the plates, that this allows the goodies to take center stage. Really good idea to go with this theme! My day will be very low-key since I'm working the day before and the day after. There is so much to be thankful for and that will be the focal point of my day!

Jacqui said...

Hi Debbie, I really like your creamy white look - simple but sophisticated, and as you say, once all the colourful (and delicious) food is added, it will be the perfect foil. Thanksgiving is something we don't have in the UK - we have harvest festivals, but they're much more localised events, often linked to churches, rather than being a national holiday. I wish we had such an event - I think it's great to celebrate and give thanks to the bounty of fall. I've just found this interesting article in British national newspaper, The Telegraph, which gives Brits lots of background to and facts about Thanksgiving - don't know if the link will work as it may be behind a paywall, but here goes: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/0/thanksgiving-day-whats-the-history-of-the-holiday-and-why-does-the-us-celebrate-pilgrim-fathers/
I hope you enjoy your Thanksgiving!

Deborah Ross said...

Thanks, Karen, and I hope that you enjoy your low-key Thanksgiving Day! I'm sorry you have to work the day before/after but I believe that retirement is close?? Take good care!

Deborah Ross said...

Hi Jacqui: Thank you for sending the link. I was able to read a bit of the article before it wanted me to register for an account. Thanksgiving in the U.S. used to be quite family oriented and was rooted in gratefulness to God for all our blessings. And, for many, this is still what the holiday is about. Like everything else, though, commercialism has seeped in and now days there is a big emphasis on Thanksgiving being about the commercial kick-off to Christmas with lots of opportunity for shopping and decorating and the "thankful" part can get lost. With that being said, there is lots of good food and, of course, football on TV!! I'm not a huge sports fan so that isn't such a big deal to me. My husband will enjoy that, however.