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Rustic geometric Thanksgiving tablescape

I am so excited to be joining other talented bloggers on the Thanksgiving tablescape tour hosted by Bre at Rooms for Rent. It’s been a week long tour of beautiful table setting ideas!

A rustic geometric Thanksgiving tablesetting

I am going to call my tablescape rustic geometric with a bit of gold glam. I was very inspired by using geometric shapes, with natural elements. It might have a bit of  bohemian thrown in too.

Outdoor thanksgiving or fall party tablesetting

I set it up outside on our deck on our vintage patio set. I used a vintage wool blanket as the tablecloth.

Outdoor table setting for Thanksgiving

I added a few pumpkins with wheat on the bench.

Plaid blanket used as a tablecloth

The other end has the lovely color of my Japanese Maple.

On the tabletop I used burlap chargers that I added a gold trim to.

Gold cording glued onto burlap charger

For my place cards, I found some cute triangle bottles that I added river rocks to for weight.

I found some cute feather floral stems to put in the top.

Bottle placecard

and in gold paint pen I added the names. I like how they remind me of inkwells.

bottle and feather placecard

Since Bre has invited me to her party, I’ve invited her to mine. 🙂

gold paint marker on clear paint to add to the table decor

I found these great plates with leaves and feathers on them in gold. Over the top I added a clear plate with little words like “loved”

gather writen on a plate in gold paint pen. Write on the underside so it's food safe

“Gather”

Gold and geometric tablesetting, love the feathers

“blessed”

gold paint marker on clear plate

and “grateful”.

I think it really adds to the plate design.

Jewelry chain and feather used as napkin ring

For napkin rings I used an ordinary jewelry chain for a necklace and added a feather to the end of the chain. It has a nice glam rustic feel.

Easy outdoor table setting

The centerpiece is actually a terrarium that I re-purposed.

Fall table setting

I added more river rocks to hold my candle in place for a nice candlelight Thanksgiving.

rustic glam gold tablesetting

And the tale isn’t huge so I didn’t want to fill it up with a ton of stuff.

Geomrtic rustic tablesetting

It’s just enough to still have some elbow room.

geometric table setting with geo centerpiece

Thank you so much Bre for having me as a part of your Thanksgiving tablescape tour!

Make sure to visit all of today’s participants,

Day 4 Collage

StoneGable | Clean & Scentsible | Craftberry Bush | City Farmhouse | Jennifer Rizzo | Ella Claire Blog

and stop by Bre’s blog to see the other tablescapes in the tour!!

Are you ready for the holiday’s yet? Make sure you check out my book,Creatively Christmas,
for holiday decorating inspiration!!

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8 Comments

  1. LOVE how you used the plaid blanket as a tablecloth! It’s perfect for the season and goes beautifully with the gold!

    Angela @ Number Fifty-Three

  2. I’m in love with the burlap chargers and the geometric candle holders! Where did you find them?

  3. Such a beautiful and natural looking table, even with the geometric angle on things! (pun intended). I would love it if you could stop by and share your beautiful table at Celebrate if Sunday. The party opens at 8 PM EST on Saturday night. I am pinning and sharing this over at Twitter and FB. I hope to see you at the party!

  4. What a beautiful tablescape! I LOVE it! Can you tell me where you got the round burlap chargers?

    Thanks!

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