Sesame Letterpress Harvest Entertaining Platters
With Thanksgiving just over a week away, there's lots to be done and I'm not just talking about the food. We're hosting Thanksgiving this year and if you know me well, you would guess correctly that I am even more concerned about the house than the food. Questions concerning what kind of table cloth to use, which glasses to drink out of, and what type of flowers to put on the table have filled my head. I'm sure those of you who are expecting guests feel the same way I do. Which is why I've gathered a few items I think will help alleviate any pre-Turkey day jitters you may have.
Square Party Tablecloth
A floor length tablecloth might be the best way to change the look of our dining table.
Positively polished and modern.
Marie Antoinette Dinnerware
Sacred Bird Dinnerware
Ruffled Dessert Plates
Perfect for that slice of pie!
Antiqued Glass Gourds
Add these antiqued glass gourds to add some sparkle to your table.
Flourish Coasters by Thomas Paul
These Victorian-like coasters come in different colors and designs.
Pomegranate Nut Bowl
This Michael Aram dish was too adorable to leave out.
kate spade new york "Bubbly Dot" Champagne Saucer
Get retro (and chic) by drinking champagne in these saucers.
Cheers Punch Bowl & Balloon Glasses
Nothing says "party" more than a punch bowl with matching glasses.
Chrysanthemum Chip & Dip
Get a little fancy serving your chips & dip on this dish.
Copper-Plated Chafing Dishes
Keep your food looking good (and warm) in these chafing dishes.
Blenheim Vintage Handle Napkin Ring and Placecard Holders
I had featured these in my "What I'm Fancying Now" page but these ones from Burke Decor are on sale!