Wednesday

Tablescape Thursday

Tablescape Thursday! Today's tablescapes are titled Thanksgiving Roses! Yes, I said tablescapes, I have three tablescapes today!

I have three centerpieces I wanted to feature in tablescapes. I starting with this large wicker turkey, filled with shades of fall roses.

I used mellow yellow napkins and rust colored roses, and a cream colored tablecloth.

The butterscotch yellow plates are the ones I bought at TJ Maxx last summer. I've been able to use them in many tablescapes!


The centerpiece below was the inspiration for this tablescape.


The cute little pilgrims are peeking out of the roses.I made these turkey floral arrangements over 15 years ago,
and glued lace on the breast of the turkeys.

I really like this "Give Thanks" sign, but couldn't
decide if I liked it in this tablescape, or not.

What do you think? With, or without?

Moving on to the next tablescape, the inspiration for this one was this ceramic cornucopia. I bought it the same time that I bought the white cornucopia featured in last week's tablescape (see here.)
I used a white lace tablescape, white Dollar Tree plates, and black ceramic chargers from Hobby Lobby.

Wine colored napkins are wrapped with flocked fall leaves as napkin rings.


I'm please with the overall appearance!

Here it is with the Give Thanks sign
The black sign matches the black chargers.

I've had these cute little pilgrims for about 20 years, I think they are so cute.



Moving on to the third Thanksgiving Rose Tablescape

This smaller wicker turkey filled with deep pink shades of roses was the inspiration for this tablescape.
This smaller turkey also has a lace bib with ribbons, but
different from the larger one.

This tablescape is on the table in the breakfast nook.
Rattan placemats and no tablecloth.

I only have two of these rose colored salad plates and placed them on the white Dollar Tree plates. The napkins are the Old Country Roses-look napkins. I was surprised when these worked with the tablescape!


Which Thanksgiving Roses tablescape is your favorite?
This one?
This one?
Or....
This one?

Thanks to Susan for hosting Tablescape Thursdays, go here for lots more inspiration!


Have a Happy Thanksgiving Day!

God Bless.

Katherine

33 comments:

Sandy said...

Katherine,
You have set three beautiful tables. I love them all! All three just had the most wonderful details and were all very unique. Thanks for sharing.
Sandy

Carrie said...

Do I have to choose? I like each one of the three...each is a delightful design!

black eyed susans kitchen said...

All of the centerpieces and the tables are lovely! Anyone of them would be a delight.
Susan

Rettabug said...

Katherine, your buttery yellow plates are just lovely & each tablecloth just got better & better! I want to help you decide, but honestly, they are ALL beautiful. I may be leaning a wee bit towards the cornucopia on, just because I adore the lace & flatware in that one the most, but YOU pick!!!

Happy Thanksgiving!!

fondly,
Rett

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Katherine, they are all three just gorgeous. I love the turkeys and the cornacopia. Each of the tables has a different and wonderful feel and look. You have really created three beautiful options. Happy Thanksgiving. Hugs, Marty

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Hi Katherine, I love it all, especially the creamy lace tablecloth and the yellow dishes. They compliment eachother so beautifully! The turkey basket centerpiece is adorable.
Lovely job.
Happy Thanksgiving!
Yvonne

Julie said...

Hi Katherine, I just love all three tables ... You did a wonderful job on them all...xoxo
Julie

Shelia said...

Hi Katherine! Oh, do I have to decide? I love them all! You've paid so much attention to every detail. Love your lacy tablecloths too. Happy Thanksgiving.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Jeanette said...

Three beautiful tables! I could never chose. They got prettier and prettier. You did a great job.

Freda Marie said...

All are wonderful, roses make everything special...

nannykim/spindlecottage said...

I love the top one the best--I am loving the soft peachy tones. (it is weird because I often love vibrant colors, but that top one just speaks to me ;-)

Mimi said...

Beautiful table! I have the same plates in blue and beige...they are some of my favorites...need to find that nice soft shade of yellow.

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

How pretty ans sweet this all is! Maybe you should do breakfast, lunch and dinner! (just kidding) They're all lovely, but I think I'm partial to the yellow.

Mary said...

All three are beautiful, Katherine! I love the yellow, with the turkey basket centerpiece and lovely roses, and I love the second tablesetting, because its in those rosy colors that I love, plus the Give Thanks stand looks wonderful with the black chargers. The pink and green tablescape looks perfect for a kitchen noon...its lovely. But I would go for the second photo, because of the color scheme and the Give Thanks sign...that really speaks to me.

No matter what you do, it is always beautiful...I love the way you use yellow! It is a great color for an Autumn tablescape, so it works great. You can use the yellow for Thanksgiving eve, then the rosy red on Thanksgiving, and keep the nook the same. I couldn't use just one...I'd use them all!

Love your little pilgrims too...they really look wonderful, and the lace on the turkeys was a perfect touch of elegance!

Happy Tablescape Thursday...God bless!

Mary

Sarah said...

Katherine, each table is lovely. The soft yellow dishes on the lace cloth are beautiful. Each of your centerpieces are perfect with the table you set for them. You can't go wrong with any one of these.

A Hint of Home said...

Hi KK,
You have so many wonderful tablescapes. I can't believe how many dishes and accessories you have. Very pretty! I think I would choose the one with the yellow dishes. Loved it.

The Tablescaper said...

Katherine:

Hmmm...hard choice. All three are lovely, but I think the first is my choice.

Have a blessed Thanksgiving.

- The Tablescaper

Kim @ Starshine Chic said...

My favorite is the 2nd one. Great job on all three.

Ginger said...

Like everyone else I like them all but I love the first table.
The yellow is pretty.
Ginger

Eileen said...

I love them all, but I have to pick just one, I think I have to go with the first one.
I love the butterscotch plates so much!
And the turkey centerpiece is adorable, although I have always liked the cornucopia for Thanksgiving too.
Oh, and I do like the 'Give Thanks' with the cornucopia setting, but I think I like the first setting better with the turkey standing alone.
You really have so many beautiful things, and I love the way you coordinate it all!

Whatever table setting you decide to use, your guests will be very happy! I know I would be!

Happy Thanksgiving!
All the best to you and yours,
Eileen

Cynthia said...

love the pilgrims peeking out of the flowers. Happy Thanksgiving!

MissB said...

Love your little pilgrims!!!

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

All are beautiful, Katherine!!

ceekay said...

I am really falling behind. 3 Tablescapes and I haven't even done my Thanksgiving one for real!! I think hubs will help me this week. Love all your tablescapes but I think the burgandy one is my fav!

Lady Katherine said...

just love the yellow dishes!!! And the cloth, I been wanting one for a long time in white. I also love the black setting. You been working!

Southern Touch Catering said...

Although I generally navigate toward the jewel tones for the Fall holidays that pale buttery yellow setting is so soft and soothing. I do think it's my favorite.

Rosie@Journey to Charm said...

They are all beautiful. I really like the little pilgrims. How cute!

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

I have a hard enough time getting one table done...you really worked hard this week. I like the Give Thanks sign, I would probably move it away from the centerpiece for added interest. Love the yellow dishes!

Sue

honeysuckle said...

You have gone the extra mile with your three tables. All very appropriate for this season. I hope you are able to sit down at one of them and enjoy Thanksgiving dinner this next week!

Bill said...

Hi Katherine,
Three table settings! That's a lot of work ... and I think they're all lovely. If I had to choose, I'd say the first one appeals to me the most. The dark, dramatic colors in table number two speak to me as well. I think your guests would be charmed and delighted to be seated at any of the examples you've provided! Nicely done!

Bill

Marilyn Miller said...

You always inspire me to want to decorate my table alittle more. Thanks!

I don't have any pictures of the bread cornucopia, but maybe I will make one again some day and photograph it.

the voice of melody said...

All three are beautiful in their own way, but my very favorite is the first one. The centerpiece is adorable and those plates from TJ Maxx are my favorites. You sure do a terrific job with your tablescapes!

Wishing you a happy Thanksgiving and many sweet blessings! :)

LTD said...

I love all of the tablescapes but the one with the black under the white plates is stunning!!! I also love the wrought iron, give thanks!!!