Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. This year, I have been inspired by black and white gingham and am building my entire tablescape around it.
Find a palette you love and be inspired to think outside of the box.
Here are a few things I plan on incorporating to make my vision come to life.
Mix and match fabric and texture to give your table dimension. I love the idea of adding burlap as well as two or three patterns to keep your eye's attention.
2. Chalkboard Runner
There are countless ways to incorporate chalkboard runners into your tablescape, no matter your color palette. Here are a few ideas, on how to make that happen.
Give every guest a piece of chalk and have them write down three things they are thankful for.
Use a chalkboard runner to let your guests know where to place their items on the buffet.
Taking time to lay out your buffet ahead of time will minimize interruptions during those critical moments when you are trying to get hot food on the table.
Using botanicals, both rustic and elegant combined, give the feeling of a casual, relaxed atmosphere, but also signal a special celebration.
Alabama cotton will be the perfect southern touch.