A table set with intention creates a place where your loved ones can rest, enjoy conversation, and relax — all while sharing good food and drink together. Here are some of my favorite ways to set a thankful fall tablescape at our family table.
A table set with the intention of gratitude creates an atmosphere that is welcoming and inviting. I love the use of a breadboard, antique linen, and white pumpkins on this table.
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A table set with the intention of abundance creates an atmosphere of comfort and contentment. I love the jute pouches that can be used as name tags, utensil holders, or with one of your own ideas. Eucalyptus and lavender are pictured here, along with words that describe the season of fall.
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A table set with the intention of wine country creates an atmosphere of tranquility and being true to the roots of farm to table inspired food and wine. This tablescape reflects the wine country of Sonoma with its vineyard grapes centerpiece. The touch of olives around the napkin ring symbolize the abundant olive trees in Sonoma Wine Country. Check out my blog on Wines at the Table.
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A table set with the intention of simplicity creates an atmosphere with no distractions as it allows the food, wine, and conversation to be the guests of honor. I love the simplicity of this centerpiece. Add some white dishes, easy going silverware, and soft linen napkins.
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Check out social-studies.com for unique tablescaping ideas that you can rent or buy. They have everything you need to set the table. In fact, I don’t think they’ve left anything out. They even have a “grateful occasion” box for Thanksgiving to adorn your table.