Thursday, November 17, 2011

Romancing the Thanksgiving Table


If you long to set your Thanksgiving table in a very romantic, shabby chic
style, then head to your local thrift, consignment and antique shops.



Your will find the most charming of platters and pitchers.



Dessert plates and little sauce dishes.



Sweet and stylish stemware of all sizes and shapes.



Amazingly pretty but inexpensive silver serving pieces.



And wonderful serving dishes too.  Such soft and pretty patterns that
somehow all work together ~ so don't be afraid to mix and match.

For more romantic ideas to decorate your home lets go visit ~

Show and Tell Friday
Feathered Nest Friday
Vintage Inspiration Friday
Home Sweet Home
Potpourri Friday
and
Pink Saturday

Okay Bentley ~ I'll be finished posting in just a minute and
then we can play!

Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

34 comments:

  1. You have some very pretty dishes here!! Your Thanksgiving table is going to look beautiful, Susan!

    XO,
    Jane

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  2. You have such beautiful dishes to choose from! I love the platter with the little creamer, adorable. Can't wait to see you Thanksgiving table with these lovelies. Hugs, FABBY

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  3. Yay for shopping that way. I bought pretty dessert plates today for a song. That silver spoon is gorgeous.

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  4. my cousin and I collected a bunch of small plates for $1 or so, we appreciate them when eating a simple muffin or something off of them for breakfast!

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  5. Those are all so pretty, I don't need any encouragement to buy pretty dishes, but where to store them all? that's my problem. Pretty silver serving spoon too.

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  6. Such lovely dishes and the colors remind me of sherbet! :) I want to wish you and your family a lovely and blessed Thanksgiving.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  7. I love pretty dishes. Especially serving plates and pretty little dessert plates. Ahhh, now for a cup of tea.

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  8. The china is so pretty, I think the blue plate and the pitcher has been hand painted, Love the look. xx

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  9. Love this romantic shabby look. I just love all your pieces ~ soooo pretty. Have a wonderful day ;-)

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  10. Very pretty, my friend. Did you see me waving on my way back to Illinois??? :)
    xoxo
    Me
    Arf, Bentley

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  11. Your Thanksgiving table will be so lovely! :D Very sweet dishes.

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  12. Happy Pink Saturday, Susan! I am loving the rocking horse in your header! I have a "thing" for rocking horses. :)
    Your china is lovely and how wonderful that you found them thrifting! I adore the silver ladle. Oh my, it's gorgeous! Thanks for sharing and for visiting today. Have a delightful weekend; you and Bentley both!

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  13. Your dishes are ALL beautiful, Susan!!
    I bet you set a gorgeous Thanksgiving table!!!
    Hugs to you and Bentley.

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  14. Very lovely! I love vintage anything and your things are gorgeous! Happy PS.
    Ruth

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  15. Hi Susan and Bentley...your china is so gorgeous! I think a Shabby Chic Thanksgiving table would be perfect!
    Happy Pink Saturday & Happy Thanksgiving..xo Tami

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  16. Hi Susan and Bentley, lovely photos indeed. I would be hard pressed to choose one if I had to. Happy Pink Saturday.

    Hugs, LisaKay Belles Roses Romantiques

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  17. Dear Susan and Bentley.
    I see that your mom adores you Bentley. I see she also LOVES horses. I also love thrifting. I so love your pretty plates Susan, they match my cottage ; )
    Happy PS. I also took a peek at your mini's. You are very talented and creative.
    Love Claudie from Canada
    xoxoxoxox

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  18. I just love china and vintage silver spoons! Your plates remind me of my Mom's china painting, so beautiful! Kerrie

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  19. I love beautiful plates like these...and vintage silver...makes my heart go pitter-patter!
    Have a beautiful weekend!
    ;-D Kathleen

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  20. I just LOVE your beautiful dishes. Happy Pink Saturday :-)

    Jocelyn @
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com

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  21. Susan your finds are sooo pretty and would look beautiful for a shabby chic Thanksgiving - what fun! I WISH we had as good thrift stores in my area...Let me tell you, something like what you are showing would be a once in a blue moon find around these parts. But I will admit I've found some pretty things over the years...so I'll just keep looking.

    Thank you for the inspiration, and enjoy a stylish pink Saturday,
    Marianne

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  22. Susan and Bentley, You found great treasures, as well as put them to good use. Bentley you remember to use a pretty dish too!

    HPS

    LL

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  23. Hello Susan, very nice to meet you. my name is Linda. I found you through Tablescapes By Diane. I am her blog angel, meaning I put her blog together and I fix it. Bentley is adorable. We love dogs too. We have 3 Schnauzers. You have some beautiful pieces. I am your newest follower. I hope you become one of mine. Enjoy the week-end...Linda

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  24. When growing up, we had a table full of good eats and many blessings. However, never was the table set in this lovely fashion.

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  25. Happy Pink Saturday Susan and Bentley Sweeties...
    I love your share today. How gorgeous and elegant your Thanksgiving table is going to look. All pinked out in beauty and love.

    I can't chose a favorite, it is all SO beautiful. You have such a knack for decor sweetie. I would SO love to sit and dine at your table. You would make one feel like a Queen. Thank you for taking me along today. I have so enjoyed my visit.

    Country hugs and much love, Sherry

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  26. Simply gorgeous!

    My PINK, have a great weekend!

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  27. Well, I can hardly believe it is Thanksgiving already. Seems like we just planted our flowers...I am so very thankful for many ways God has blessed me...I give HIM all the Glory!I ask for many blessings to come your way through this holiday season!
    Kandy
    very pretty

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  28. Susan, your dishes are just beautiful. While there are beautiful chinas made today, somehow they just do not measure up to yesterdays!
    Wishing you a wonderful and happy Thanksgiving!
    Jil

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  29. Susan I adore your beautiful dishes! I found your link at Honey's Potpourri Party. Happy Pink Saturday too! I've enjoyed my visit to your beautiful blog and am now your newest follower from my new blog.

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  30. I love mixing and matching palette's that blend! Just beautiful!

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  31. I love your china! I mix 2 sets for my table ~ my wedding china from 1993 and my platinum trim antique American Limoges. And for dessert it is a bunch of mismatched bone china teacup saucers that have long ago lost their teacups. I love mismatching, it is soooo charming.

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  32. Happy Pink Saturday and Thanksgiving! I love the old plates, cups, pitcher and what I call "dishes" but notice the comment above called them "china". They are wonderful ... make a great table setting any time! Enjoyed my visit, Thanks, Jenn

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  33. Everything is just gorgeous! Just the sort of things I love!

    Your music is fantastic..I love it. Think I will just leave it on all day! :)
    :)'s
    Mona

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  34. Oh, how I love delicate, vintage china! So pretty! I hope you have a very Happy Thanksgiving! Hugs,
    Cindy

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