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In early November I welcomed you into our fall nest. With Thanksgiving only two days away, I thought it would be nice to share with you my favorite finds in Thanksgiving centerpieces. The first photo includes a beautiful candle set from Cracker Barrel that my dear friend Leah from Campbell University gave me. Leah is such a sweet young woman and I am very thankful for her!

I also thought that fresh cranberries would be a lovely addition to my centerpiece and so I used them in a large vase with flowers. Isn’t that pretty?

I loved how food from pies to vegetables were used to create these stunning centerpieces below. I think the nuts display is my favorite, but I also adore the citrus centerpiece with studded cloves. Imagine what that must smell like? The addition of a few pomegranates would be a great centerpiece for Christmas as well.

 

 

One of my favorite photographs I found was this picture of a dining room. I love everything about this room! The mixture of rustic materials, beautiful crystal, contrasting colors and all in a neutral setting makes this room so very inviting!

Notice all of the different sized candles.

The next photographs feature the use of natural materials with things loved like the beautiful tea pot and creamer, pretty baskets of different sizes, pretty white pumpkins used for vessels and the simple use of wheat and ribbon. My two favorites have to be the memories written on colorful leaves hanging on a “family tree.”  Just imagine your family writing down their names and blessings and hanging them onto a tree like this? I also love the use of the ribbon found at a craft store saying “rejoice and give thanks.”

Martha Stewart’s table decorated all in pretty shades of cream is so very pretty, too.

Leave a comment telling me which is your favorite centerpiece and why. I love hearing from you!

The most important thing at your table will be those who are there with you. Enjoy your Thanksgiving! I’m thankful for each and every one of you who visit me daily. xo Elise