Natural Thanksgiving Tablescape

Pumpkins. So basic. So simple. And so darn pretty! I just LOVE to incorporate natural elements into decor. For lots of reason, #1 being that most of the time it's cheap or free. Which makes Nick happy. It's also no secret that Fall is the favorite season of most basic females. Pumpkins, Starbucks, Leggings. Repeat. And it's completely okay in my book. 

Pumpkins are my most have decorating item for fall, for obvious reasons. They can be used in so many ways. This year for Thanksgiving I didn't want to spend a ton of money, but I didn't really want the same look I had last year. So, duh. I used pumpkins and dried hydrangea stems that I already had. I got a completely different look then last year and it was F.R.E.E. WIN. 

Also, you may or may not know that tablescapes aren't really my thing, I adore seeing them on my social media feeds and in magazines but for us, they just aren't practical. Since we don't eat at our dining room table (hello, that's what the island bar is for!) and since I also have a touchy 2 year old, they just don't make sense for my family right now. So Thanksgiving and Christmas are one of the two times I get to put them together and I always have so much fun! 



Can you spot the fake pumpkin? I won't tell if you don't. I know you'll keep my secrets. ;) 






Thanks to all of you for not judging me too much for doing some Christmas Decorating last night, I just couldn't help myself. Christmas is so fun! I've been decorated for fall since September and although I LOVE it, I'm getting kind of bored. I think my house is confused though, currently it's Halloween on my porch, Thanksgiving in my dining room and Christmas in the living room. I'll just tell everyone we're transitioning. 

What do you think about using natural elements in your decorating. Will you use natural items in your tablescapes or Christmas decorating?  I'd love to chat and see what you're up too! Follow me on Instagram or Chat with me on Facebook


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