Thanksgiving Tablescapes (Blue and Orange)

Tis the season for turkeys and tablescapes! I’m excited to share my Thanksgiving table! I focused on soft blues and pops of oranges with lots of natural elements woven in to the details.

Orange and Blue Thanksgiving Tablescape

Orange & Blue Thanksgiving Tablescape

I’ve included all the sources and links where available for the items on the Thanksgiving tablescape in the post below! Some items are still out in stores or online.

I wanted to layer this soft blue tablecloth with pops of orange. Sticking with oranges and woven tans and beiges, I knew my colors would be very traditional so I wanted to have that pop of soft blue underneath. It gives the table a coastal vibe which I adore.

Rattan Thanksgiving Table with Turkey

I found all the woven pumpkins at Target this year (2022) both in the seasonal decor section in the middle of the store as well as some in the Bullseye section at the front entrance. I absolutely love the texture of the pumpkins, and they’re perfect for coordinating with so many color schemes year after year!

Casual Thanksgiving Table

While it doesn’t look like the pumpkins are in stock anymore, check stores like Kirklands, Crate & Barrel, Pottery Barn and World Market for similar woven/rattan pumpkins. Their stock changes frequently but they’re worth building a collection of as they’re so versatile for fall!

Traditional Thanksgiving Table

One of my favorite additions are my orange fringe napkins from Frontgate! I love the pop of color. It looks like they currently have them in navy and white. Here are similar orange fringe napkins though.

I didn’t opt for napkin rings, but if you love natural/woven elements, these would be really pretty!

Thanksgiving Place Setting

For plates, I layered my very favorite gold rimmed white dinner plates with my pumpkin plates. The plates are from Michael’s from a few years ago, but it looks like these are very similar if you want to recreate the look.

Thanksgiving Tablescapes

I used a variety of brass candlesticks with orange and wheat colored taper candles down the center of the tablescape. In the middle I added my woven turkey (also a Target find this year) on a cake stand with garden clippings and acorns tucked in.

More Thanksgiving Table & Recipe Ideas

Turkey Centerpiece on Thanksgiving Table

Wheat bundles (Homegoods find) add the perfect fall touches along with woven rattan vases filled with orange roses and tulips.

The gold bamboo flatware is a favorite year-round set of mine and you can find the exact set here!

I paired my Waterford water goblets with these FABULOUS coupe glasses from Frontgate. The glassware is new, and I already know I’m going to be using these for year-round entertaining. The shape and details are so pretty.

Pretty Thanksgiving Tables

There you have it! If you have any questions, leave me a comment below! And browse a few of the other Thanksgiving tablescapes for even more inspiration!

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  1. Kathy Smith says:

    Stunning as always!
    Where are your rattan vases and candles from?
    Thank you!

    1. Hi Kathy! The candles are by Patrician Candles. There are a few places online that carry them, if you google Patrician Candles. The rattan vases are a mix of Kirklands, At Home, etc. Amanda Lindroth’s Store has similar rattan vases also.

  2. I never would have thought to pair blue with traditional Thanksgiving colors. How do you wash fringed napkins so the fringe does not mangle together?

  3. Blue isn’t one of the typical Thanksgiving colors, therefore I never would have thought to use it with them. How do you wash fringed napkins without having the fringes tangle?

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