Saturday, November 17, 2012

ONE THANKSGIVING TABLE READY

We are hosting about 20 people for Thanksgiving this year, so I have to get busy with preparations.  Today, I’m sharing one of the tables. 

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I recently posted the different scenes on the plates that I’m using on this table.  I didn’t think you’d want me to show pictures of each of them again, but you can go here to see each scene.

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Thank you for coming to see one of our Thanksgiving tables.  I’ll have another table or two to post before Turkey Day.  I am linking to Seasonal Sundays at The Tablescaper.

(Dinner Plates: Ascot by Wood & Sons, England; Flatware: Towle Old Master)

15 comments:

Shirley said...

Where do I sit Laurie? I can never remember..shame on me..But I dont mind sitting anywhere as all the seating is sooo beautiful..
XO,XO...Shirley

A Kitchen Witch said...

Gorgeous

Sarah said...

Wow, you amaze me. 20 for a seated meal. We are only having 12 and I decided not to set tables. ;-)
Happy Thanksgiving, Laurie. ~ Sarah

Carlene @ Organized Clutter said...

The little wheelbarrow centerpiece is so cute. Love the glass s & p shakers, and those plates are beautiful.

♥ Sonny ♥ said...

Laurie,
that is so beautiful. The centerpiece at such an eye catcher , as is the piece out your doors.
love love love the napkin fabric~!

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

Beautiful, Laurie! I love the little wheel barrow in the center!...hugs...Debbie

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh Laurie, your table is stunning. I love these plates, they are fabulous and your centerpiece is beautiful. Such a gorgeous table. Hugs, Marty

Ann Krucek said...

Your table looks very warm and inviting. What a beautiful way to celebrate with family! I hope your dinner turns out as nice as your Table! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

ellen b. said...

Your 1st table looks great! Sounds like you are going to be busy preparing for 20. Hopefully people bring dishes to share. Blessings!

Alycia Nichols said...

That wheelbarrow!!! SO cute! What a great idea! You have done a wonderful job! Cute salt & peppers! I'm anxious to see the other tables, too!!

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Wow! Very Pretty! I also really like the wheelbarrow in the centerpiece.
Went non-traditional at my house this year and thinking about doing the same for our Christmas get together.
Have a great week.

Anonymous said...

I would love to know where you got the adorable wheelbarrow for your centerpiece! I've seen Charles Faudree use this a motif and would like one myself- did you have it made??? Kris in Seattle

Pat said...

Laurie, your table is beautiful. Your dishes are just perfect. I have just started viewing your tablescapes & they are all beautiful. I love your goblets. I have been looking for a set like these for a while now. Can you share the pattern name & where I might look for them?

Debbie said...

You are inspiring me! The girls will be home before I know it, and I still haven't totally fixed the table the way I want it to be. I love yours.

And 20 people? Ack... I leave the big crowds to the Duchess. I have enough trouble setting for four.

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

BEAUTIFUL Laurie!!