Thanksgiving Decorations: DIY Table Settings

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Whether you’re planning for your first Thanksgiving dinner as a host, or want to bring something new to the table, we’ve got you! It’s all about the details you bring, that will make guests and loved ones notice.

Here are some of the ways you can captivate with DIY table settings:

Turkey Wine Cork Place Cards 

It can be a casual affair, but nothing says attention to detail like place cards. It tells your guests you know where they should sit, and how comfortable they’ll be. Add to the sense of comfort with a silly turkey head, propped on a cork! Full instructions here.

DIY Neon Pine Cone Place Card Holder

Modernize your Thanksgiving table with a simple and fun DIY exercise! This neon-dipped pine cone will look amazing against white plates, and gold cutlery. Either way, it’s a pleasing sight! Full instructions here. 

DIY Candle and Coffee Bean Centerpiece 

It’s simple and easy to put together, on top of it’s awesome Fall vibe. You’ll only need a few bags of coffee beans, mini glass vases or mason jars, a votive candle for each vase/jar and a round or square pan/tray. It’s a simple Fall inspired centerpiece, but it’s so lovely! Full information here. 

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3 Comments

  1. Awesome post. I really love the feel of the candle and coffee bean centerpiece. Centerpieces really don’t get enough credit for how lovely they make a thanksgiving table look. It has an earthy autmn vibe to it, I may try thins. Thank you.

  2. Awesome post. I really love the feel of the candle and coffee bean centerpiece. Centerpieces really don’t get enough credit for how lovely they make a thanksgiving table look. It has an earthy autumn vibe to it, I may try this. Thank you.

    • sawwaa! says:

      Thank you very much, Shanda!
      We totally agree with you, it takes very little to jazz things up at the table.
      Let us know when you do 🙂

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