Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and I don’t know about you, but I’m in the middle of putting all of my cobwebs, ghosts, and skeletons away and getting out my less-spooky fall-themed decor. The only problem? My fall decor is seriously lacking. I have a few things to hang up, but overall, my Thanksgiving home decor is kind of pathetic. Internet to the rescue! There are some seriously pretty decorations out there that go beyond the cutesy turkey or overdone cornucopia display. I especially love Thanksgiving decor that helps remind my family about the true meaning of Thanksgiving: giving thanks! Here are some seriously chic ways to do just that in your home decor this season:
1. “Give Thanks” Pumpkins
This is a perfect idea if you have a mantle that needs some festive decor! Those pumpkins kill me. So cute!
(via A Diamond in the Stuff)
2. Giving (Thanks) Tree
Wouldn’t this be a fun idea for Thanksgiving dinner? Have everyone write what they are thankful for and tie it onto a branch. I love functional displays!
(via Simply Vintage Girl)
3. Thankful Wreath
I love a good wreath, especially one that your kids can help make! Have them write out a few things they’re grateful for and attached them to a wreath for meaningful Thanksgiving decoration.
(via Better Homes and Gardens)
4. “Give Thanks” Giant Wood Tags
I am pretty much obsessed with anything mini or oversized. These wood tags are no exception! This is a great alternative to the traditional wreath you welcome guests with.
(via That’s My Letter)
5. “Thankful” Paper Bunting
It wouldn’t be a holiday without some bunting, right? This simple brown and black one is classic and chic — perfect for decorating your fire place or a plain ol’ wall.
(via A Thoughtful Place)
6. “Give Thanks” Mason Jars
The white and black design of these mason jars is perfect! Add letter stickers to the jars, paint each white, peel off the stickers, fill the jars with candles, and voila! A pretty, cozy Thanksgiving display.
(via Little Miss Momma)
7. “Give Thanks” Paper Wreath
If that isn’t the most elegant and adorable Thanksgiving wreath I have ever seen, I don’t know what is. I love the gold tones — perfect for fall entertaining.
(via Paper Source)
8. “Be Thankful” Wooden Sign
Add a rustic touch to your Thanksgiving decorations with a “Be Thankful” wooden sign. Tip: metallic gold or silver accents to the letters will really make this sign POP!More On