Thanksgiving Table Settings

Thanksgiving is not my favorite holiday. Don’t get me wrong, I  really love the meaning of it, and I do remember to be thankful every day of the year. Of course I also love spending time with family, but all that cooking! Days of shopping, planning, cooking & cleaning can be overwhelming. Am I alone here?

One other thing I do like about it is Thanksgiving table settings. I usually prefer simple table settings with a touch of nature incorporated. If you are hosting Thanksgiving this year, here is a round-up of some Thanksgiving table settings to inspire you.

This first one is my absolute favorite Thanksgiving table setting. It’s elegant yet simple.

Rustic table setting


The cornucopia filled with mini pumpkins is a cute centerpiece idea.

Thanksgiving table

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The mini pumpkins with the mums are too cute. I love the colors in this table setting.

Holiday table with mums

via La La Linen

The sprig of rosemary here makes a cute place setting. It would also be cute used as a napkin ring.

Simple thanksgiving table


This next table setting was a fun outdoor fall harvest setting we put together at my friend’s house.

The glass cylinder vases shown in the next photo provide never-ending decorating possibilities.

Thanksgiving centerpiece


This cozy table is from Holly Mathis Interiors. I love the outdoorsy feel of this as well as the plaid blanket as a tablecloth.

Plaid blanket tablecloth


And you can never have too many white pumpkins. Add a few tea lights and some greenery and you’re all set.

Thanksgiving table


Which one is your favorite?

Set your Thanksgiving table in style with these beautiful table setting ideas!


  1. I love place settings. I actually change my table each month based on the holiday and must admit…. November is such a pretty one. The colors, are the best. Love your round up of ideas 🙂

  2. Lovely, lovely table settings here! I particularly love the idea of using rosemary for the napkin ring. I’m going to use that.

    PS: You are not alone in disliking Thanksgiving due to all the cooking, preparation and chores involved.

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