These modern turkeys won't leave you overwhelmed with feathers and beaks on the table. They're simple yet still decorative.
This little cutie next to a bowl of nuts would make for a nice appetizer presentation.
If you have a smaller table, try a wooden coaster with a sweet message instead of the wooden chargers. You'll get the same effect, but less space is needed.
Instead of paper napkins, go classic (and green!) with pretty monogrammed linen napkins.
If you're having a party this Thanksgiving, why not go all out and get custom napkins printed? These are so chic.
Anything that comes out of this pumpkin casserole dish will taste so much better. This is how to serve in style.
These gorgeous pieces from the Martha Stewart Collection at Macy's are perfect for serving a Thanksgiving meal.
This cornucopia can be filled with fruits and veggies, flowers or mini pumpkins for a traditional harvest centerpiece.
Sometimes smaller is better. I love these tiny taper holders, because with so much food going on the table, there isn't always room for a big centerpiece.
I love the idea of getting the kids involved to make the table decor. Here's a kit for a turkey rosette centerpiece.
Make your own owl place cards with this easy kit. The kids will love helping you with them.
This may seem like nothing, but rolling out kraft paper as a tablecloth and putting pens and crayons at each place setting is a fun way to get everyone involved in being thankful on Thanksgiving. Write questions at each place for conversations starters, or have each person write down one thing he or she is thankful for.
A "thankful" tree as a centerpiece is a great family tradition to start if you haven't done so already.
Good things come in small packages. Stuff these pumpkins with popcorn, chocolates or a little prize for each of your guests.
A tiered server is a great way to maximize table and counter space. They're perfect for desserts, cheese and crackers, or even bread and are a pretty way to serve your guests.