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Guest Picks: A Rustic Thanksgiving Table
If you want to create a rustic, woodsy tablescape for your big Thanksgiving dinner, here are some great products to help you out! — Natalie from Perry's Plate
Bring a little of the outdoors to your table with these reusable faux magnolia leaves.
These bark chargers make me wonder if something similar adorned the very first Thanksgiving table.
These striking antler candelabras would add some height to your table decor. And don't worry — no animals were harmed in the making of them.
This wood pedestal would go beautifully with those wooden chargers.
I love the hand-carved look of this pedestal and that bell-shaped cloche.
I really, really love these. I think they'd add a nice harvest look to a rustic table. They'd be awfully hard to burn and see melt away.
I bet these pinecone candles would be pretty while they're melting.
If wooden chargers aren't your thing, these woven ones would also add a rustic look to a table.
These reusable eucalyptus stems would add some fall colors to the tablescape.
I love these oddly shaped and speckled pumpkin salt and pepper shakers.
This gorgeous bucket could hold gourds, pinecones or even drinks.
This little squirrel nutcracker would feel right at home with the woodsy theme.
Make your Thanksgiving pies more festive with these cute piecrust cutters.
These harvest table linens are more simple than the traditional ornate-looking ones usually used for Thanksgiving.
Everyone can have their own wishbones with this gold napkin ring set.
Burlap is a classic rustic decor item, and these candles would blend really nicely on a rustic table.
If you want something that you can use year-round, these oversize serving platters would add a sleek touch to a rustic table.