Hi You Guys! Hope you’re having a great week! I’ve just returned from our ranch in Montana where fall was in full swing and I got to wear all of my cozy sweaters and boots! Yay!! I know we are still a month away from Thanksgiving here in the U.S., but I’ve been sharing so much fall decor and table settings that I’m about ready to get my Christmas tree out! In the meantime, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about easy fall place card ideas, so I wanted to share a couple of free printables with you that would be a great addition to any Thanksgiving table.
We don’t do assigned seating for Thanksgiving, so I don’t make personalized place cards, but I do love to add a special touch to each place. Last year I shared this neutral, rustic Thanksgiving table with a simple card on each place that either said “Grateful” “Thankful” or “Blessed” and they were a perfect addition to this tablescape.
I printed them on craft paper (card stock) and cut them into strips. Then I gave them a soft bend so they were a bit more three dimensional and placed them on each plate. Simple yet beautiful! The color looked great on the gray plates and added a special touch to each guests place. You can be creative and print these on any color card stock that coordinates with your Thanksgiving table.
You can download this free graphic by clicking on the link below:
If you want to see all of the details of this Thanksgiving tablescape, click the link below:
This year, I wanted to do something a little bit different, so I created a “Give Thanks” tag to tie around a rustic baguette on each place setting. I shared the full details of this Thanksgiving table earlier this week and many of you asked about that sweet little tag, so I wanted to make it available to you today.
I printed these tags on white card stock and cut them out then punched a hole on the end. I then wrapped a strip of parchment paper around each baguette and tied the tag in place with a piece of natural twine. Simple as that!
It ended up being a super easy way to add a rustic yet charming element to this tablescape with very little time or expense.
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You could also tie these tags around your napkins or the stem of a wine glass for a special touch at each place.
If you want to see all of the details of how I styled this fall table and shop this look, click the link below:
I hope this gives you some ideas for simple ways to dress up your Thanksgiving table, but most importantly, I hope you enjoy a wonderful day with those you love!