This blog is updated in 2020
It was once a habit for the host or hostess to prepare the whole Thanksgiving meal themselves, but now, it’s more common for everyone to come by bringing a dish to share or helping set the thanksgiving decorations outdoor. Thanksgiving is only a week away, and if you need a bit thanksgiving decoration ideas for the day, look no further than this adorable collaboration between Jeni Maus of Found and her very brilliant group of friends.
From the vintage thanksgiving decorations to food, Jeni and her friends tried to reuse found pieces and discover local ingredients for easy yet elegant and frugal thanksgiving decorations. If you’re feeling anxious about the upcoming responsibilities of the day, consider paring down and calling for reinforcements. While you may not have florists, chefs and stylists at your table, as is the case here, a day of cheap thanksgiving decorations and cooking will build everyone’s appetite and make the celebration all the more special 🙂 Thanks so much for sharing, Jeni! — Kate
This year, we wanted to create new traditions around our Thanksgiving table: an easy, sophisticated, clean version of classic Americana. The decor was pared down, purposeful, and sustainable. The thanksgiving decorations DIY and made things at home, and added some meaning back to our celebration of this typical American holiday.
Everyone brought something extraordinary to the table: A repurposed linen runner, pies made from scratch, and vintage china added warmth and personality. Setting the table wasn’t a task accomplished behind the scenes. We collaborated to generate the space together. Our celebration didn’t consist only of turkey, stuffing, and obligation, but was about the process of creating the holiday our own. — Jeni Maus
Carondelet House: location
Braedon Flynn: photography
J and R Foods: food and menu design
Honey and Poppies: flowers
Found: furniture and decor
Casa de Perrin: tabletop decor and food styling
Pitbulls and Posies: paper goods
The florals include dahlias and coppery roses (called Combo), along with a variety of autumnal accents, such as berries, crabapples, coleus, sweet potato vine, and some foraged foliage and plum branches.
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