It has been so cold a couple of nights this week that we've had to bring our pumpkins and gourds in from the front porch. I decided to use them to make a centerpiece on our table - this version a little more rich in color than my wheat table from last week. I can't decide which I love more.
I love how warm and comforting the centerpiece is. And, just like the wheat centerpiece, it will stay "fresh" for the entire month of November.
I used two dark brown/green Hubbard Squash, a Cinderella Pumpkin, a couple of smaller pumpkins/squash and a mixture of Mizzou Gold, Navajo Cream, and Lexington Wheat candles in my Small & Medium Wooden Candleholders.
I used the same Natural & Cream Stripped Tablecloth ($88) as I used with the Wheat table. I only 2 left right now, but it also comes in Runner ($34) version for similar effect.
What direction are you leaning toward? Colorful like this harvest table or more monotone like the wheat table?
ABOVE : This barn Thanksgiving was featured in Martha Stewart just a couple of years ago. Also, another obsession. Those candles are the same candles exact I carry in the store - Edgartown Sand.
Here is the table I set last year that was inspired by the Barn Thanksgiving above - bountiful & colorful featuring my "We Are Thankful For" Placecards (10 for $6) and Mizzou Gold Taper Candles (2 for $10.50).
For more Thanksgiving Table inspration, visit my Thanksgiving product page in the store. Happy planning!