Thanksgiving Fall Tablescape Ideas

In this post: Thanksgiving Fall Tablescape Ideas featuring a Cinnamon & Berries Wreath centerpiece, burlap runner and no sew linen napkins.

Thanksgiving Fall Tablescape Ideas | Features a Cinnamon & Berries Wreath centerpiece, burlap runner and no sew linen napkins.

*I was compensated by The Wreath Depot for this post, but all opinions are my own and honest. Affiliate links included. Click HERE for my disclosure statement.

I seem to do this every year. Jump back and forth between Thanksgiving and Christmas at the beginning of November. I just shared my Christmas plan but need to switch gears and talk about Thanksgiving Fall tablescape ideas. Thanks to The Wreath Depot, I have this beautiful Cinnamon and Berry wreath to share with my family.

Thanksgiving Fall Tablescape Ideas | Features a Cinnamon & Berries Wreath centerpiece, burlap runner and no sew linen napkins.

Actually, beautiful doesn’t really do it justice. It is downright amazing. I love all the different natural elements and the colors are so, so fallish. My favorite touches are the scored oranges and tiny bunches of cinnamon sticks.

Thanksgiving Fall Tablescape Ideas | Features a Cinnamon & Berries Wreath centerpiece, burlap runner and no sew linen napkins.

Thanksgiving Fall Tablescape Ideas | Features a Cinnamon & Berries Wreath centerpiece, burlap runner and no sew linen napkins.

More Thanksgiving Fall Tablescape Ideas

After I placed the wreath in the middle of the table, the rest was easy. I kept my burlap table runner with tassels and added burlap chargers. Next were ivory plates, a colorful salad plate and on top of everything, a mini pumpkin tureen. I think I will try baking the stuffing in these little pumpkins this year. They aren’t very big and it would be a perfect serving size.

Thanksgiving Fall Tablescape Ideas | Features a Cinnamon & Berries Wreath centerpiece, burlap runner and no sew linen napkins.

Thanksgiving Fall Tablescape Ideas | Features a Cinnamon & Berries Wreath centerpiece, burlap runner and no sew linen napkins.

The finishing touch was soft linen napkins with monogrammed clay tags tied around with twine.

Thanksgiving Fall Tablescape Ideas | Features a Cinnamon & Berries Wreath centerpiece, burlap runner and no sew linen napkins.

Thank you so much for stopping by and taking a look at our dining room. Until next time…


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  1. Ginger Crow says:

    Love the Belmont sold wreath! It is beautiful!

  2. My favorite is the Chateau Holiday Dried Christmas Wreath. Love the neutral colors.

  3. Michelle Hefner says:

    I love the Belmont Silk door wreath. Love the burst of red. Would be perfect for my front door!

  4. Love the Woodlawn silk wreath. Beautiful!

  5. Catherine Monahan says:

    My favorite wreath is the Autumn Harvest and Berry Wreath. I love the addition of feathers. However, the Red Berries Wreath would be perfect for Christmas.

  6. I love all things burlap, so, obviously, I think your tablescape is perfectly decorated for Thanksgiving! Did you happen to see the Indian Harvest Autumn Wreath – simply divine! Of course, it’s currently sold out, but there are sooo many strikingly beautiful wreaths to choose from! Can’t wait until November 10th. If I win, you just may be able to hear me celebrating all the way from Grove City!

  7. Diane Smith says:

    Just curious…how do you store your wreaths so they don’t get all squished & flat? Maybe that could be your next post!

    1. Hi Diane!
      I have an unfinished basement where my washer and dryer are. I have a big rod where I hang clothes to dry. On one end of it I hang my wreaths on sturdy wood hangers. I try to keep them covered with a trash bag too but sometimes I fail on that. ha! You can also hang them from nails in a storage room or your garage.

      1. Diane Smith says:

        But do you have an AVOCADO washer in your basement?!? I do! Thx!????

  8. Diane Smith says:

    I need a wreath for AFTER the holidays. I really like the Highland Winter Fir Wreath, so I would pick that if I win!

  9. Gorgeous wreaths. I’ve always loved seeing how people decorate for Thanksgiving and Christmas, it looks so inviting and warm. I love the Pumpkin Harvest Silk Wreath, love the little pumpkin on it.

  10. Have been following you for over a year now! Love your blog and have used many recipes,crafts and design ideas. I would love a spring door wreath – really like the green floral spring wreath. Thanks for all you do!

  11. Your table looks so welcoming. The wreaths at Wreath Depot are so lovely, I’d like one of each.

  12. Ann, this is just beautiful!

  13. I would choose the Pomegranates and Cinnamon wreath if I won, but they’re all gorgeous! Too difficult to pick… Thank you for the chance to win such beauty for my door.

  14. Oh to win a chance to be able to purchase any one of those incredible wreaths would be a dream of an opportunity! I imagined every one of your ideas, this is the perfect wreath for that, too.

    They’re all STUNNING!! Thank you for the chance! Crossing my fingers and toes and eyes! ♣

  15. Kathy Mitman says:

    The grayson meadow silk door wreath would be perfect in my bathroom! But it was truly a difficult decision. I love so many of the designs-thanks for sharing the site!

  16. Your table is gorgeous! I adore the burlap runner and chargers combined with the colors in the wreath. But using it as a centerpiece is genius!

  17. Lorraine Connelly says:

    Gosh! Just perfectly classy. Surely would love to win.

  18. Love the centerpiece so. Thank you for sharing your creativity!

  19. Chris Kahn says:

    The ideas from the tablescapes are beautiful! The wreaths are also amazing!! I also love your Printables!

  20. I love your style and save a lot of your blog posts.

  21. I loved you Buffalo Plaid ideas. Inwould love to win the vintage jungle bell wreath

  22. Heidi Armstrong says:

    Your Thanksgiving table and red and black buffalo plaid have inspired me Ann! I have never used a wreath for a centerpiece- it’s a perfect base- I should have tried it years ago. I especially like the Portsmouth centerpiece.

  23. Like the versatile Auburn red berry wreath! Thank you somuch for the opportunity to win it and thank you for the fall tablescape decoration idea. I have a round table and have a hard time trying to come up with centerpiece that doesnt have to be moved around!!!

  24. Marlene Stephenson says:

    I just can’t pick just one it is too hard if i win though,i will try harder. They are all so beautiful.

  25. Beautiful wreaths – love the rustic look of the red berry one.

  26. Marlene Stephenson says:

    The table scape is really beautiful,those little pumpkins and plates are great. That center piece is truly a beauty.

  27. That wreath is gorgeous! Love your fall table setting.
    Thanks for sharing.

  28. Linda Byrnes says:

    Love the autumn touches to your table with the fall foliage. Would love to try and create a tablescape with the pomegranate and cinnamon wreath as the centerpiece!

  29. Such a beautiful tablescape and I love those small pumpkin dishes….they will be perfect for the individual servings of stuffing. The wreaths are gorgeous too. Reading your posts always makes me smile. Have a wonderful day!

  30. Bridgeport Boxwood Holiday!! Beautiful wreath that I could add my own touch to!!

  31. Susan Horn says:

    Love the small white ceramic pumpkin dishes. Butternut Squash soup would look so good and delicious to start the meal. Love you ideas!!!! Sue Horn

  32. Thank you for the chance to win this! I appreciate it, and I hope I’ll be lucky! :-)

  33. Awesome giveaway! I like the lilac wreath in the summer collection.

  34. Wreaths can dress up just about everything. I use them on tables, doors, mirrors and walls. I am anxiously waiting for the day after Thanksgiving to get my Christmas season decorations out. If I were to win I would pick a Christmas themed wreath, the pomegranite wreath is beautiful and festive.

    Many thanks for making this offer of winning a certificate.


  35. Highland fall or Frosted lighted are my likes. Enjoy reading your blog love your style.

  36. BamaCarol says:

    I would pick the Autumn Berry silk winter door wreath. I think it is very festive and could be used all Winter long! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  37. Catherine Montalvo says:

    I LOVE all of the options! These are MAGNIFICENT!

  38. Truly are beautiful wrethes. I would choose the Pomegranate Holiday wreath. Tough choice, they are all so attractive.

  39. Cassandra E says:

    I love the Davenport or apple cinnamon. I also love your wall paper; it always makes me smile.

  40. Jane Craver says:

    I loved all the wreaths but my absolute TWO favorites would have to be The Orchard Bounty and The White Dried Christmas. I will be surprised if I win but you can further surprise me by picking for me!

  41. Lisa Richardson says:

    I LOVE WREATHS, and use them on my tables too. I enjoy your blog Ann, and I’m with you on jumping back and forth between Thanksgiving and Christmas. HA! Glad I’m not alone ;)

    1. Lisa Richardson says:

      AND…I don’t know which I’d pick. I guess I”d have to see what my mood was that day :)

  42. The wreaths are all beautiful. I’d probably choose a Christmas theme to get me started with this years decor.

  43. Bobbi Palmer says:

    Wow, those are some beautiful wreaths. Hard to pick just one, but I really like the cinnamon and berry one you picked.

  44. I love the Cinnamon & Pomegranates and the dried white Christmas wreath!

  45. Stephanie says:

    The wreaths are beautiful. It would be a hard decision to choose just one, but I love the Davenport Holly Wreath!

  46. I love the simplicity of the lush Salal Kiwi Green Wreath! It’s a beauty!

  47. What a beautiful wreath and it looks perfect in your tablescape. I would love to win one too, thank you!

  48. I love what you did with your wreath!! So pretty!

  49. I love the apple boxwood Christmas wreath.

  50. Anne – that may very well be one of the prettiest wreaths I have ever seen. I love anything with magnolia and the dried yarrow just sets it off. I am off to check out all of the other pretty wreaths. Thanks to The Wreath Depot for the great giveaway op. xxoo, Barb

  51. Ann,
    Your tablescape is beautiful and I’m going to order my initial tags right after I post this????. The Wreath Depot has some beautiful creations but I totally fell in love with the Fallston Silk Autumn wreath! It fits in perfectly with my fall decor. Thank you for having ideas that work in my home.

  52. Love, love, love your site……just so many beautiful and great ideas. The wreath giveaway is awesome. Thanks for all you do, Robin

  53. Love this idea for the table! Totally stealing!! So happy we can offer this sweet giveaway to our readers Ann. Happy holidays to you and your family!

  54. ann, your table decor is lovely. i am particularly interested in the small pumpkins you used to finish your place settings. could you tell me where you found them?

  55. Ann Turner says:

    Thank you for this wonderful opportunity to win a wreath. I love your decorating ideas!

  56. Deborah D says:

    Ann, I really like their wreaths. They are so full and beautiful. Thanks for the opportunity to own one.

  57. Love the wreath, your home and you have excellent taste and a wonderful color palette!

  58. Lisa Kind says:

    I would love the pomegranate and cinnamon wreath!

  59. HI Ann! Beautiful wreaths and I love how you are using yours on the table. One of my favorite ways to decorate with a wreath. Jane

  60. Joyce Meinhardt says:

    Oh my gosh, all of these wreaths are so gorgeous! Thank you for the chance to win!

  61. Debbie Reynolds says:

    They are all beautiful, but I narrowed it down to two for fall! Cinnamon and Berries and Orchard Bounty! Thank you for the chance to win!

  62. I would choose Portsmouth Harvest and Berry Autumn Wreath….Beautiful!

  63. You’re ideas are simple and lovely. I enjoy reading your blog and seeing what you have been up to!
    The green wreath would be up all year in my kitchen.

  64. Anne Haun says:

    I love the red berry winter wreath.

  65. I’d love to win a gift certificate for some beautiful things.

  66. Reva Trenton says:

    Sure would love to win one of these beautiful wreaths!

  67. Stunning! Your table looks absolutely AMAZING, Ann! And you decorate so beautifully:) Love it, Ann! And thanks so much for hosting this awesome give away:D

  68. I would choose the Salal Kiwi Preserved 24″ wreath because it is natural and so very versatile!

  69. Barbara Jean Hubbard says:

    A beautiful fall table setting!

  70. I would choose the Emerald Bay Eucalyptus wreath. Timeless and so beautiful.

  71. I love the wreath on your table. The scored oranges are beautiful!

  72. I love your tablescape, Ann! Perfect for Fall/Thanksgiving. It was hard to choose a wreath through the Wreath Depot! All of them are stunning! If I were to win the giveaway, I would choose the Caramel Silk Berry Autumn Wreath. It’s gorgeous! Thanks for the giveaway!

  73. Your tablescape is warm and welcoming as well as beautiful! Love the combination of textures in the burlap, the wreath centerpiece and the lovely napkin rings. Thanks for the inspiration!

  74. I’m crazy about the Silent Night Christmas Door Wreath. BEAUTIFUL!

  75. Love all the great ideas

  76. Sue Farmer says:

    Love, love, love the wreath. Can’t wait to go to their site!!!!(As soon as I finish here)

  77. Heather B. says:

    wow! Beautiful wreaths! I would love to own the “Dellwood Silk Front Door Fall Wreath”! Stunning!