Tuesday, November 7, 2023

Oh, So Thankful - Thanksgiving Tablescape

 I am Oh, So Thankful!  Welcome to my Thanksgiving Table!

I am here today, joining my talented tablescaping group lead by Rita from Panoply, for a wonderful Thanksgiving Table Hop

The links to all of the other table stylists will be at the end of my post so that you can get your fill of Thanksgiving inspiration.  Please give these ladies some love because this takes an enormous amount of time and effort to share all these tables with you!
We will be celebrating Thanksgiving at our Son and Daughter- in Law's this Thanksgiving as we did last year.  Jenna did such a wonderful job last year and volunteered to host again - I was all for it!!
So my table is set for the left over turkey soup that will be made with left overs turkey!
Somehow I think that we will forget that they are just left overs when we are eating it out of these cute pumpkin tureens.  These were an At Home purchase several weeks ago.

The tureens and the small wispy wreaths under the pumpkin plate were my only new purchases for this table.  The placemats, chargers, and faux wood plates are all from seasons past at Hobby Lobby.  The pumpkin plates were purchased several years ago at HomeGoods.
The stemware was from World Market and the flatware is from Ikea, both purchased many years ago.
I love my Oh so thankful napkins - it is just so reflective about how I feel these days!
I found these on clearance several years ago in a little shop in Amish Country.

I think I like my table from above the best!!
Can you all just come over and hover above my table for a few minutes!?!

As promised, here are all the links to the bloggers that are participating in this Thanksgiving Tablescape Hop:
Hyacinths for the Soul - A Tribute to Tom Turkey
My Thrift Store Addiction - Friendsgiving Charcuterie and Wine Buffet
Me and My Captain - Thankful, Grateful
The Painted Apron - Eat, Drink & Be Thankful
The Cat's Whiskerz - Giving Thanks Wherever You Are
Belle Bleu Interiors - Gather with a Grateful Heart
From My Carolina Home - Turkey Time Tablescape
Corner of Plaid and Paisley - Oh, So Thankful
The Little Yellow Corner Store - A Simple Fruit and Greenery Tablescape

I hope you get some down time to check out all of these lovely tables!!

Wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving, filled with loving thoughts and shared moments.

Ann @ Corner of Plaid and Paisley
Ann @ Corner of Plaid and Paisley

In the past few years my interests have grown from fabric to paper and now to dishes too! I just love prints, polkadots, plaids and paisleys- hence the blog name.


  1. Love those pumpkin tureens! Your rustic table is lovely for the whole month.

  2. Those cute little soup bowls! I love them! I need to go shopping now after seeing everyone’s tablescape and getting lots more ideas! So fun to blog hop with you today! Hugs, Karin

  3. Ann, your table is lovely. Love your soup tureens, they are perfect with the wispy wreaths. Isn’t it great to use what we have and buy very few items? The napkins are wonderful with a special saying. Wishing you and yours a bountiful and healthy Thanksgiving.

  4. Such a pretty table! I love the faux wood plates and the wheat wreaths. You're right; the table looks terrific from the top! Happy Thanksgiving.

  5. How cute! The last photo is great, and your table looks good from EVERY angle. I love how you used the little wreaths in your plate stacks. What a cute idea! What I like best is how you've used so many pretty fall colors in the golds, yellows, oranges, and browns. Happy Thanksgiving!

  6. Ann, I love your pumpkin tureens! They will be perfect for turkey soup. The pumpkin plates are too cute and the wispy wreaths add the perfect texture to your table. Like Ricki said, your table looks good from every angle. I particularly love it hovering from above. Wishing you a blessed Thanksgiving season!

  7. Ann, like everyone else, I love your pumpkin tureens! The birds eye view of your table is fabulous. It's a pleasure to join you. Blessings, Cecilia

  8. Such a cute idea to set a table for Thanksgiving leftovers since you will be going to your son & DIL's house! I love the pumpkin tureens and the way you used the straw wreath under the plates! Your natural centerpiece is wonderful and the shot from above is gorgeous! Your mantel looks really pretty too~ Have a very blessed Thanksgiving Ann!

  9. Ann I agree I love the picture from above your table although it looks good from any angle. I am sure you are going to enjoy the leftovers in those lovely pumpkin tureens. I have so many of the covered tureens that my storage space is getting so limited but I just can't resist them because they are so cute. I think I read somewhere that they are called French cocottes but I don't care what you call these little covered serving pots...I Love them. Happy Thanksgiving and many blessings

  10. Ann, what a charming table. I love the pumpkin tureens. They certainly add a pop of color to the plate stack and the wheat wreath adds lovely texture too. The plaid vase holders constrasts nicely with the natural elements you use to fill them. Your photo of the entire table from above really shows the delightfulness of your table. I hope you enjoy your get together with your family. Happy Thanksgiving.

  11. Ann, I love the variety of textures on your table and of course I'm crazy about the pumpkins! Your abundant arrangement suggests the coming end of fall (though not here in N GA -- we've still got plenty of green leaves on the trees). I can see an entire weekend spent around your table. So glad to join you on the hop! Happy Thanksgiving

  12. Ann, I'm loving the textures on this table! I need to find some long feathers! You and others have used them in this hop. They offer a natural touch like no other. The plate stack also offers wonderful textures. Well done! Happy thanksgiving!

  13. Ann, I like your table from above, from the side, or right at the seat - they're all great angles for taking in the details. I love the use of the wreaths beneath the salads and tureens, and how they work so well with the texture of the centerpiece naturals, the runner and chargers. This is a great look, and I always love reading how and where stylists acquire their elements. It not only gives inspiration for new hunting grounds, but the actual items are so fun to take in.
    Enjoy your Thanksgiving season, and thank you so much for joining as a friend in these seasonal tablescape blog hops. I appreciate you!

  14. Hurray for your DIL and Son hosting Thanksgiving Ann! I don’t mind the cooking but I sure can do without the clean up. 😊 Fun to set a table for leftovers (my favorite part of Thanksgiving!) Love your cute pumpkin tureens, plates and grassy/wheat wreaths. The napkins are adorable, I love your bird’s eye view too! As always, it’s a treat to have a virtual seat at your table and hop with you. Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving season! 🦃

  15. Ann, you always create the most beautiful table settings. Your new pumpkin tureens are adorable and look wonderful atop your place settings. How fun to have turkey soup in the cute tureens! I love how you used the wheat wreaths under each place setting. It adds such a special touch and texture to your table. Your centerpiece of natural elements looks so pretty and perfect for an autumn table. I hope that you and your family have a most blessed and happy Thanksgiving. Shannon@Belle Bleu Interiors

  16. Ann, what a lovely table you have set here. I love the pumpkin salad plates with those gorgeous wreathes under them - what a great idea. And like everyone else, I love the pumpkin tureens and they will be perfect for the left over turkey soup. I love the different textures in the centerpiece and those napkins just say it all. The overhead shot is fabulous! I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your son and DIL!

  17. Ann, what a wonderful table to look forward to enjoying some yummy turkey soup! Those wreaths are such an fun and unexpected addition to your plate stack! And, those individual pumpkin soup tureen's are adorable! I would be amiss if I didn't mention your harvest centrepiece! Both the wheat and the vessel are darling! Happy Thanksgiving!