Thanksgiving is usually celebrated with dinner, either with family members, friends, or colleagues. To make a memorable dinner preparing a delicious dish and setting the table is a must do. Setting up a table for thanksgiving is not as difficult as imagined, all it takes is you want to do it.
Thanksgiving is a thankful day for the harvest that has been done last year. Thanksgiving is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November, which means it is celebrated with autumn shades. Harvest and fall nuance is a theme commonly used as thanksgiving decoration.
Decorating the table for thanksgiving is not too difficult. For simple decoration, you can fill glass or jar with colorful grains and combined with candles. Or you can organize pumpkins, berries, and maple leaves on a tray, then add candles to make it look more sane.
You can choose a tablecloth, napkins, runners and placemat in accordance with your favorite style. Burlap material, woven mats and wooden tables will evoke traditional nuances. For a minimalist concept, you can use a bright neutral color tablecloth combined with a darker napkin as an accent, like red or orange shades. Selection of table linens color and centerpiece is strongly recommended to fit in. So dinner with family or friends becomes an unforgettable thanksgiving moment.