Last Updated on 2017-03-18 by Linda
As I sit here in Whitehorse I realize that life has been so crazy that I forgot to share my Thanksgiving Tables with you ( yes I said tables because we had more than one). Two tables, I got to fully decorate two whole tables this year so I thought I would try and keep a theme but could still go slightly different with both ( and I realized how much I actually have collected to decorate tables with). This year I went a plaid tablecloth with coloured chargers on Table B and a plain tablecloth and plaid chargers on table A. Tonight I am sharing the B Table, named that only because it was in the living room not because it was a less than table. Table B got to use the “leaf” plates I found at the Christmas Shoppe in North Conway, man I love these plates.
For a splash I decided to use gourds and wine corks for the place cards, they were quite the hit and something very easy to imitate.( used wine corks, cuz they are way more fun then the unused and a sharpie) and how about those flowers??? There is something about flowers that have the ability to bring a room and/or a table together. For me, I designed my own arrangement in a ceramic mason jar but if that is not your cup of tea then Flower Delivery by BloomNation is a perfect way to go.
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Another cool little piece of trivia for you, I was looking at the Canadian Tire Website and I realized I had been setting my table incorrectly. Did you know the napkins should go with the knifes not the forks, and your wine glasses and tea cups should go in a triangle?? I always use to place the napkin with the forks ( or on the plate) and I placed the teacups above the forks and wine glasses above the knives, so voila a whole new scape to my table.
Stay tuned for Table A, coming soon to a blog near you…