Usually when people think ‘Thanksgiving’ they think fall colors, cornucopias, and corn, but I always try to think outside the box when I’m hosting for any occasion and this years Thanksgiving table setting is no acceptation. I’m going against the grain and mixing it up with crisp white, deeps reds and bold pinks. I mean, who says red is just for Christmas?
Want to get the look? Just follow these three simple steps (yes, only three!) and give your Thanksgiving guests something to be thankful for.
Thanksgiving Table Setting
Fruite & Vegetables (I used pumpkins, squash, pomegranates, apples, and pears)
Red & Pink Assorted Flowers
White Matte Spray Paint
- Spray paint an assortment of fruits and vegetables with white, matte spray paint and let it dry.
- Arrange your fruits and vegetables in the center of your table, making sure that there are no large gaps between them. You can even stack if you would like.
- Finally, cut your flower stems to 2-3 inches and start working them into the cracks and crevices between your fruit and vegetable arrangement and just like that, your Thanksgiving centerpiece is complete.