Holidays tend to bring out the crazy in me. I can be very neurotic and want every detail to be perfect. My family finds my crazy funny and irritating. They usually start Thanksgiving Day by making fun of me and mocking me behind my back (They do it loudly but it's still behind my back.), then they get annoyed and ignore my crazy tendencies, usually my sister tells me to shut up (She's the only one I will listen to), and finally they apologize and tell me everything was perfect and I need to learn how to relax.
This Thanksgiving is going to be different! I'm owning turkey day! My stress usually comes from procrastination. This year I’m staying ahead of the turkey festivities. I have all my grocery shopping done, our house is cleaned, all the linens are ready for guests, and now my table is set and perfect! The last thing on my list is food prep which includes chopping everything I need for our turkey day feast. I WILL NOT BE STRESSED THIS HOLIDAY SEASON!
Today I’m sharing our Thanksgiving Day tablescape.
You might remember this beautiful pumpkin from my Fall Pleasantries post in October. This baby stayed in great shape, so I had to reuse it!
Remember those gold paper flowers I showed you on the blog Thursday? Well here they are again! I hot glued them to some branches I found outside for the perfect touch of glam.
The little pink vases are a Goodwill find. The gold leaf floral in the pink vases is from Dollar General.
The mint green and gold paper plates are from Target's Oh Joy Collection.
The place cards are simple. They are made from paint sample cards and a gold paint pen.
Threw in some wine bottles with candles!
Hope you enjoyed this Thanksgiving tablescape. On Tuesday, I'm sharing part one of my Christmas decor.