A few weeks ago I shared my harvest-inspired fall décor, including my Thanksgiving tablescape. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, and no amount of festive decoration is too much in my opinion! If I happen upon a corner of my home that is not yet bursting with pumpkins, rest assured it won’t be for long.
Case in point, this outdoor tablescape. Atlanta was unseasonably warm (even for Atlanta) well into October and early-November this year. So, I created an outdoor table concept just in case we ended up eating turkey and stuffing al fresco. The weather has since cooled down, but honestly ATL weather is so mercurial so I’m keeping this idea in my back pocket, just in case!
If you live in a warmer climate, this rustic minimalist tablescape is perfect for a late-autumn evening under the stars! I incorporated tons of natural elements like dried cotton stems, fresh eucalyptus, Spanish moss, and grapevine stems. When combined with these recycled glass pumpkins and fairy lights, the effect is magical.
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What do you guys think of the idea of eating Thanksgiving dinner outdoors? Let me know in the comments! If you want more home décor inspo, be sure to check out the ‘My Home’ shop HERE!
As always, thank you so much for reading and sharing! XOXO and Happy Holidays!