Thanksgiving Tablescapes We Love

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Here we are again: that magical time of year when we argue over politics and football teams with our nearest & dearest; stuff our bellies with delish food (and yoga pants are totally acceptable to wear to a holiday dinner); and get inundated with “Black Friday” / “Cyber Monday” specials… Happy Thanksgiving everyone! We would like to Give Thanks to our sweet clients who entrusted us with planning their events, to our hard working staff and to all the talented vendors who make us look great each and every event we do! Thank YOU!

So gather your family and friends ‘round your Thanksgiving Feast with these beautiful Tablescape ideas to inspire you (or simply call this amazing team to do it for you)!


Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.


Tablescape 1: Traditional with the Vintage Flair

The very gifted Marisa of Seven Stems and Regina of Jake Duke Studios wanted to create a vintage inspired Thanksgiving dinner table with a touch of country feel. Our Hamilton Oaks historical venue provided the perfect backdrop for their inspiration and Marisa nailed it with this gorgeous autumn inspired center piece. The deep reds and oranges of the florals combined with fall foliage blend so well with the delicate details of Cherished Rentals’ vintage china and colored goblets. Jake Duke’s vineyard chairs and their newest addition – these stunning farm wood tables – are a must have to complete this look. To make it more challenging for our talented Jen Fujikawa, she had to photograph this delicious feast prepared by Angela of New Food Tuesdayz, on an empty stomach and it smelled oh-so-devine! 


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Tablescape 2: Earthy with the Hint of Glam

Marisa is a trend setter and the pampas grass centerpiece is divine and definitely a trend we would like to see a lot more of in 2017! It gives the tablescape a very unique earthy and whimsical look with the touch of glam. Jake Duke’s copper flatware and Made by Meer’s paper goods are simply heavenly! The pear and cranberry pastries were to die for (yes, we got to eat them after the shoot) and for recipes check out @newfoodtuesdayz


Thanksgiving table decor









The collaborating team:

Design & Florals: Seven Stems
Photographer: Jen Fujikawa Photography
Styling & Rentals (table, chairs and copper flatware): Jake Duke Studios
Vintage China & Glassware:  Cherished Rentals
Papergoods: Made by Meer
Catering & Drinks: New Food Tuesdayz
Venue: Hamilton Oaks

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