Thanksgiving Decor Ideas To Wow Your Guests

Dated: November 19 2017

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All the food is prepared, the relatives have arrived, stomachs are rumbling and everyone is ready for a feast! To top it all off, everybody is especially wowed by your awesome table decor!



Here are 5 table settings to give you inspiration for Thanksgiving:

 

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1. Golden Thanksgiving

 

Transform your natural Fall decor with a touch of gold! Add some candles and use a simple strip of burlap for the finishing touch.


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2.  Box it up!

 

Put all your eggs in one basket- or in this case- all your favorite decorations in one box!



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3. Single File

 

Line your decorated pumpkins on a paddleboard centerpiece. Add some hand written festive phrases to welcome your guests!


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4. Nutty Candles

 

Bring a festive touch to your candles by filling the holder with some chestnuts. Finish it off by wrapping it with a simple bow!


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5. Fruit Kabob Turkey

 

This centerpiece is certainly a conversation starter!  Add some humor to the table with this creative turkey made out of pumpkin, apples, pears and grapes!



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Michelle Cantrell

Michelle is a native of Southwest Missouri and has twenty-eight years of experience in selling real estate in the greater Springfield area! Michelle specializes in all price points, including new cons....

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