This my Thanksgiving tablescape. Each week Susan at Between Naps on the Porch is the hostess for this event. Be sure to stop by and visit and see amazing table setting skills.
Well, Thanksgiving is here and the table is finally set. I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday with family and friends. This is a special time of year and may we not lose the meaning of the season.
I made Gram Potter’s date bread and dreamt of date nut and cream cheese sandwiches all night. However, it is safely in the freezer until Thursday!
I chose my wedding silver because of the serving pieces. And I didn’t have to polish everything!
The centerpiece is an older piece of Fenton glass “iridized”. The flowers are dried from a potpourri mix. I can’t have too big a centerpiece without an extra leaf in the table.
The cut glass bowl belonged to my grandmother and would be filled with black olives, pickled watermelon rind and celery stuffed with Kraft Roka Blue cheese – the kind that came in the little juice glasses. I’m not sure they even make that anymore because I have not seen it in ages. My mother soon stopped asking me to help…one for me – one for the relish tray – one for me……
The little salt spoons match my silver and are the perfect size for these salt cellars.
I do not know anything about these wine glasses. We found them at Deb’s Flowerbed Farm in Bridgton, Maine 4 or 5 years ago. If anyone has any suggestions I would be happy to hear them.
My tablecloth is from Williams Sonoma as are the napkins.
The napkin rings from Pottery Barn a couple years ago.
Chargers from TJ Max
The acorn transfer ware from Williams Sonoma
The mint green salad plates from Home Goods
Flatware Homewood by Stieff
Wine glasses from Deb’s a few years back and don’t know anything about them
Candlesticks -Pottery Barn
Centerpiece bowl – Fenton Glass
Cut glass relish tray from Gram Potter
Happy Thanksgiving everyone.