Today is extra fun – I’ve been joined by 18 other amazingly talented bloggers who are all showing off their table decor skills! If you’re stopping by from the blog hop, welcome and be sure to check out the other ladies linked below!
Also known as the start of…
The holiday trifecta; Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s. If you can come out the other side weighing the same, with not-too-bad of a hangover and money in your bank account, you can render this holiday season a success.
Gorging on cocktails and holiday treats like turkey and mashed potatoes and pie and anything else with loads of butter and sugar.
Meeting friends for cocktails because they’re home for the long weekend.
Seeing more family than usual. For some of us, it’s a blessing. For others… it is what it is.
Wearing extra loose clothing like stretch pants and chunky sweaters. Because it’s no one else’s business that you ate more than your fair share of pumpkin pie.
Bundling up like an Eskimo to hide from the frigid winter air.
Christmas lights. We all have our go-to spots for driving around looking at the houses that take Christmas decorating to another level. Top points if we can tune in to a certain radio station and your lights sync up to the beat.
It being socially acceptable to go to bed at 8 p.m. It’s dark out, which means bedtime. How can people expect you to stay up when the sun isn’t even around to help?
Holiday shopping. Brace yourselves for the extra packed parking lots, extremely long lines and way too many people at Target (don’t worry, I show my Target loyalty year-round).
Christmas music. I know, I know, some people think it’s acceptable to start playing Christmas music after Halloween, but I’m sticking to my guns on this one. Mariah’s Christmas album doesn’t start playing until Black Friday.
Being extra thankful for all you have in life. Yes, you should probably count your blessings more than once a year. But for some of us, it takes a holiday centered on being thankful to stop, take a moment and realize that life is pretty great.
We hope your Thanksgiving is filled with lots of delicious drinks, yummy food, great company and many blessings!
All our best,
Thanksgiving Tablescape Blog Hop
Craftivity Designs / North Country Nest / 2 Bees in a Pod / My Life From Home / Dazzle While Frazzled / The Crazy Craft Lady / What Meegan Makes
At Home With Zan / Our Crafty Mom / Blue i Style / Life on the Bay Bush / The Magic Brush Inc / Designers Sweet Spot
Meet Our Life / Celebrate & Decorate / Corner 52 / My Creative Days / Frazzled Joy / An Alli Event
What a beautiful Thanksgiving Tablescape you created. I love the rustic elements! You will be on my thankful list this year sweet friend!!
Oh Sabrina, you are way too sweet! You’re on my list too – thank the blogging Gods for bringing us together!
I love the pinecones!
Thank you Amanda! They are such an inexpensive (or free) way to decorate!
Lindsay Eidahl says
Your table is so pretty! Love it! It is fun blog hoppin’ with you this week!
Thank you, Lindsay! And thank you for joining the hop – you’re right, it was so fun!
Michelle James says
What a beautiful rustic tablescape! Looks so warm & inviting!
Thank you, Michelle!
What a beautiful table. I love all the details. The pine cones and candles really give an inviting feel. And, of course-who doesn’t love antlers!
Meegan, thank you! And yes, we have plenty of antlers around our house that I just had to use them in here somehow.
Victoria @DazzleWhileFrazzled says
Very pretty and rustic table! I have a bag full of pinecones in my garage without a purpose. Love the idea of using them as place cards. Visiting from the Thanksgiving Tablescape Blog Hop.
Thank you, Victoria! Pinecones are such an easy way to add a little nature to the table – I hope yours find a home!
Amy @ My Life From Home says
I love the pinecones and yes, I do need baggy pants this time of year!
Thank you, Amy! I am glad to know that I am not the only one who relies on baggy pants 🙂
Chloe Crabtree says
Lovely table. The white pumpkins and the antlers are a nice and rustic style, just as you titled your tablescape. The pinecone place card holders carry through that same theme! I would love it if you would come by and share your table at Celebrate Your Story! Here is the link if you have a moment: http://celebrateanddecorate.com/celebrate-story-51/
looks great, i love the white with nature accents!
Thank you, Madi!!!
Aimee, The Crazy Craft Lady says
What a beautiful table! This blog hop has been so much fun, and I’m loving all of the Thanksgiving inspiration!
Thanks, Aimee! I am so glad you had fun and I love seeing all the talented bloggers who participated!
Zan Turner says
Your table is very nice Kelly. And as usual, your posts are always humorous! The tall candles and glasses are so elegant!
Thank you, Zan! I hope it a smile to your face ?
Vicki and Jennifer 2 Bees in a Pod says
Your rustic tablescape is gorgeous! We too are BIG fans of Mariah’s Christmas album! So much fun hopping with you this week!
Thanks ladies and thank you for joining the hop! And I always love meeting a fellow Mariah Christmas album lover!
Beautiful, Kelly! I especially love the place cards in the pinecones. It was fun hopping with you! Happy Thanksgiving!
Thank you, Lora! I had so much fun blog hopping with you too and Happy Thanksgiving!!