I love a rustic Thanksgiving table with lots of brown and orange colors. However, I also like a Thanksgiving table with unexpected colors. This is just that kind of table!
Green, Red, and White Table Decor
This table was inspired by the flower colors instead of finding flowers to match the table I had in mind. I chose the freshest flowers so they would last longer. They were not actually the colors or type of flowers I had intended to use but were so pretty that I happily purchased them. I added a few pink flowers to the red, green, and white color scheme.
A Simple Table
This table was simple to put together. I placed a white runner in the center of the table, added gold candle holders with white candles, and added the two flower arrangements.
White plates with pierced edges show up well on the table because the dark table can be seen through the scrolling design. These plates are pretty on a white tablecloth, but they are not so dramatic as they appear on this table. I finished the look with gold flatware, gilded drinkware, and a few pumpkin and pear candles that matched the color scheme.
The green glass pumpkin is pretty on this table, and it was something I already had. When setting a special-occasion table, always look around your own house to see what might work. Try moving decorations from other places to use as a centerpiece.
Brightly colored napkins and fruit look nice with these colorful flowers. Sometimes I serve food that matches the look of the table. In this case, red wine matched the table decor. For nonalcoholic drinks, try serving mocktails or sparkling juice that matches the color scheme of your table.
A Holiday Christmas Table
While I arranged the flowers for this table, I thought the arrangements would look beautiful on a Christmas table. There are a few things you could do to make this a Christmas table. Add some battery-operated fairy lights to the length of the table runner. Add a few ornaments that match the flower colors. Luxurious red velvet napkins or even white napkins with red velvet bows would look pretty too! Just a few changes would easily change this Thanksgiving table into a Christmas table!
Link to Another Table
Click here to see another table, Elegant Thanksgiving, which is similar to this table. See how you can get a different look using the same flowers.