Tuesday, November 17, 2009

THANKSGIVING DECOR

Can you believe that it is almost Thanksgiving? Of course, to be in the stores...you would think we didn't even celebrate Thanksgiving anymore. I even went in one store where they had a big clearance table that had all the Halloween mess and the Pilgrims and cornucopias on it! Hello-O! Thanksgiving hasn't even gotten here yet. It's very sad to me. Anyway...in case you feel, like I do, that Thanksgiving is an important day, and should be celebrated as such, I have gathered some pics of lovely tables and centerpieces that I think you may enjoy seeing.









11 comments:

Love Being a Nonny said...

Thanks for these pictures. I will take a couple of ideas and use them on our table. So easy...just get some leaves from outside...put them in a bowl with apples and wahla...a centerpiece! Thanks for sharing. I am thankful today for my blog friends!

Kristen said...

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. I love Christmas too, but don't love how Thanksgiving gets bypassed! Thanks for sharing.

nancygrayce said...

I LOVE Thanksgiving.....family.....no presents! Those are gorgeous table decorations....

Kat said...

I agree. I sure wish we could get through one holiday before we are bombarded with the next. Love the photos. Lots of good ideas.

I wish for you and yours a blessed Thanksgiving.

Hugs!
Kat

Jillian, Inc said...

For some reason those pears with the stars spoke to me. Love them. Hugs!

Just Breathe said...

Thank you, those are all so beautiful. I will have to try one on my table. As much as I would love to start putting up Christmas I won't do it until Friday after Thanksgiving. It's a beautiful Holiday.

Musicaljean said...

BEAUTIFUL!!
Thanksgiving is truly one of my favorite holidays. Just an emphasis on family and thankfulness. Always a good time.

Stella said...

I always wait for Thanksgiving to be over before I even think about Christmas. I like to enjoy each day of life. Thanks for all the great ideas for center pieces and fall decor. Thanks for sharing.

Gram said...

Thank you for sharing the wonderful pictures. I am saddened each year how the retailing of Christmas creeps further and further into our lives. If only the true meaning would do the same. I do love Thanksgiving, but have to say it has snuck up on me this year!

Southern Lady said...

Tonja, I love all of those beautiful tablescapes, especially photos #3 and #4. I'd love to try one of those for my table.

andi said...

Wonderful!!!!!