My second-most-treasured vacation of the whole year is Thanksgiving. Aside from the copious amounts of delicious food, I totally love the coziness and sense of home that this collecting boosts. Here are a couple staple pieces to add to your tablescape this year that will assist you and yours celebrate and give thanks. — Rhiannon from Beautiful Occasions
Staub Pumpkin Covered Casserole – $159.95
I am totally obsessed with this adorable pumpkin casserole dish. It would offer this kind of pop of color in my Thanksgiving tablescape.
Greenpan Roaster With Rack – $89.95
Often it is underestimated how crucial a suitable pan is to ensuring a tasty bird. This West Elm roaster will make certain your Thanksgiving meat is cooked to perfection.
Fondant Marble Cake Stand – $128
Rustic, practical and chic, this is the best item to use to show your Thanksgiving pie.
Maple Leaf Place Cards by Timeless Paper – $1
I’ve used those at events before, and I just love how smart it is assigning guests to their seats from the edge of a wineglass.
Laura Zindel Thanksgiving Dessert Plates – $8
I am a sucker for cute dessert plates with art on them for every vacation. All these Thanksgiving ones are just perfect for serving yummy pumpkin pie on.
Fall Mini Pie Cutters – $6.95
If you are game for tackling a homemade pie this year, don’t forget to snag up those sweet pie cutters to complete your baking off masterpiece.
Beaded Birch Pillar Candles – $12.50
There’s something really gorgeous about birch bark. The subtle sparkle and the beaded pattern on those candleholders measure them up a degree in elegance. They’re absolutely perfect for any holiday tablescape.
Sculpted Turkey Lidded Serve Bowl – $49.50
This lidded turkey dish is really adorable. Use it for stuffing, candy or perhaps a side of brussels sprouts.
Twig Barware Kit – $39
If you are going to be mixing up some vacation drinks this year, consider using this Twig barware collection from West Elm.
Give Thanks Beverage Napkins – $3.95
The moment I saw these, I bought them. And I am fairly confident I’ll use them year-round. It is always a good time to give thanks.
Terracotta Cast Cornucopia – $39
A cornucopia is one of the very first things that I remember learning about in school as it came to Thanksgiving classes. It would be really fun to display new rolls and croissants in and halfway from the terra-cotta version from West Elm.
Whiskey Stones – $19.95
For the dinner guest that loves whiskey on the rocks, these whiskey stones are certain to elicit a few smiles. Keep them available to delight even the most distinguished of growers.
Slate Coaster Set – $16
I’ve seen the coaster done many ways before, but I love the way sleek and natural these black slate types look. They’d match any type of beverage holder.
Natural White Birch Poles Logs – $29
I’ve been on the search for birch logs for years, and I eventually discovered those 3-foot versions. I can not wait to decorate my mantel and fireplace with them and a couple of festive gourds and pumpkins.
Organic Shaped Dinnerware, Metallic Rimmed, Sets of 4 – $24
My mother used to always put such a high degree of importance on having fine hamburger for special occasions. And as a homeowner, I do it. All these metallic-rimmed dishes from West Elm are so pretty and tasteful — they’d make my mother so joyful.
Artesia Charger – $14.95
I am not typically a fan of chargers, but I love the texture of those rattan ones from Crate & Barrel. They’d match every vacation plate.
Gold Pumpkin Vase Filler – $19.50
If you are trying to find a sweet and easy way to decorate your table for Thanksgiving, these mini gold pumpkins will do just the trick. They’re little pieces that pack a big punch.
Juliette Gravy Boat – $29.50
My brother and I used to make fun of our parents’ gravy boat. It is this odd thing to have! However, I loved that thing, and that I look forward to having my own sometime soon. This traditional variant in Pottery Barn is so gorgeous.
Ruffled Pie Dish – $19.95
This is the most perfect pie dish ever. It is a staple.
Rustic Cast Aluminum Tapers – $29
These mid-century would be perfect to get a kitchen island set behind your hand-crafted dinner disperse. Consider using gold- or burnt orange–hued candles for a fun twist on a classic.
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