Thanksgiving Tablescape | Blog Hop 2017

I love this time of year and the yummy dinners and party planning, don't you?

Love that thanksgiving give us more than plenty of reason to come together to celebrate all the goodness that we've been blessed with throughout the year.

This time of year also brings a little bit of stress for some.  I know I stress a little bit myself, but overall try to focus on enjoying the holidays the most.  So I tend to try to keep my tablescapes and home decor pretty simple so I don't get caught up in the complicated or too much fuss.

Today's post is all about a simple and stress free Thanksgiving TablescapeThis year I was inspired by natural elements like creamy whites, greens and mini white pumpkins, eucalyptus, rosemary, lavender and cinnamon sticks. These all work together to make a magical and bohemian inspired soft table when mixed with white and clear dishes! No fuss here, just beautiful organics and great and simple dinnerware!

I am more than thrilled to be a part of this THANKSGIVING TABLESCAPES Blog Hop! A big thanks to Taylor at Uniquely Taylor Made for inviting me to join in and be a part of such a magnificent group of Instagram influencers and bloggers. You are a sweetheart and I love you to pieces! Thanks for putting this hop together!

In the center of the table I wanted to present easy finds that I already had around the house or shopped for at my local Goodwill, I'll post similar sources to most items at the bottom of this post along with all the talented ladies included in the blog hop so you can visit each and every one of them.

The faux Eucalyptus is from Ikea and the real rosemary and lavender are from my front porch garden.  I have been obsessed with the greenery and herbs this year and how easy it is to use when entertaining.

I was even inspired to give it more of a bohemian and whimsical feel by hanging fresh herbs from my ceiling to have more of an eye catching focal point since we currently don't have a chandelier or low hanging light fixture but hope to have soon.

Its also easy to add more eye catch depth by adding fresh fruit and appetizers around the table as part of the centerpieces.

To bring an even more organic feel to the table I went with a brown kraft shipping paper as a table runner.  I don't have a white table cloth and I had this handy and felt it was easy to use and clean up with.  No need to have to worry about washing a runner after dinner, am I right?

Although the table is made up of lots of organic materials, I wanted the table to have a little bling too! Mercury glass candle jars hold a little bit of leftover greenery too.

The Mercury glass votive jars I found at the dollar store just like most of the items on this tablescape.

For additional seating just add a bench with a cozy pillow and throw and it feels that much more inviting for all your guests.

In this tablescape I didn't feel that placemats were necessary since I was going for that simple and fuss free feel and when you have elements like these it doesn't even feel as though they're missing.

The napkin rings simply consist of twine wrapped and tied with an herb stem to give it some color.

The table’s set and ready for guests! 


How about you? How are you setting your table this Thanksgiving?

There's even more creative and unique tablescapes waiting for you from some talented friends, so make sure to check out all of their beautiful Thanksgiving tablescapes too!

Uniquely Taylor Made

Pennies From Heaven Home 

Cuter Tudor

Charmed Crown Blog | Uniquely Taylor Made | My Purposed Place | Cuter Tudor | Pennies From Heaven Home 

White Plates / Dollartree
Clear Plates / Dollartree
Clear Glasses & Goblets / Dollartree
Cloth Napkins / Homegoods 
White Vases / OC Goodwill
Candle Stick Holders / OC Goodwill
Mercury Votive Jars / Dollartree


  1. I love all the natural elements you used, but especially those hanging herbs. Fantastic touch! It was fun hopping with you Sandra!

  2. This looks amazing! I'm hosting Thanksgiving this year for the first time so I'll have to keep some of these ideas in mind for my table. Thanks for sharing!


  3. What a beautiful and refreshing Thanksgiving tablescape! Love the use of white and green and natural pieces. Also pretty sure I have those same wine glasses!