It’s almost THANKSGIVING, y’all! I love adding a touch of something Thanksgiving-themed to my tablescape each year. You don’t have to get all of these items. In fact, it would be overkill. But after you’ve set a lovely table, it’s the perfect opportunity to add a charming “thankful” platter for some of the tasty Thanksgiving dishes or add themed cocktail napkins to a bar cart or side board. Here is a round-up of my 8 favorite little “add-ins” to you Thanksgiving tablescape (and a little something for the kids too)!
These “thankful” and “grateful” gold salad plates are the perfect holder for all the pies this Thanksgiving! I love the simplicity of the white and gold. It allows you to go so many different directions with your tablescape from classic to modern. See here how I added purple with white and gold (sounds crazy, but I love how it turned out)!
I gifted this darling Thankful platter to my best friend this holiday season. I love that it could easily be used year-round with it’s classic white and gold design. It’s large enough to hold food for a crowd yet thin for easy storing. It’s at Target, so go hurry before it gets snapped up!
In love with this copper and marble tray to serve up anything from cocktails to appetizers for your Thanksgiving crew! Speaking of appetizers, I’m making these Candied Walnut Bruschetta for my family this Thanksgiving!
I’m smitten over this Emile Henry baking dish! The color couldn’t be more perfect for Thanksgiving. Whip up green bean casserole, sweet potato casserole, or any of your other favorite Thanksgiving dishes in this pretty baker!
I love to add a handmade touch to my Thanksgiving table, but if you’re in a pinch, Amazon has a “handmade” section (so cool, huh?) with adorable additions like this wooden “give thanks” sign!
Simple gold foiled “give thanks” napkins are a great item to take as as hostess gift if you’re traveling! They’re perfect for cocktails or napkins for the kids table! They’re from Swoozies and 20% off through 11/22 using code THANKFUL20!
Now this doesn’t have to end up on the table, but I just had to include this sweet Thankful book! What a wonderful way to teach your children about this holiday. I’ve scooped up a copy for my own daughter. Of course, if you’re setting a kids table this year, set it out along with a few other happies to keep the little ones busy! If you’re visiting family with little ones, this would make a darling gift!