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Come Party With Me: Foodie Thanksgiving — The Look

Use a combination of white, bronze, and gold to create a rich looking Thanksgiving table. Cover the table with an embroidered runner and mirrored place mats. On each setting, place a white plate and a gold napkin. Paint mini pumpkins with bronze paint, tie a pretty ribbon to the stem, and attach to a hand-written place card. Goblet-style wine glasses work for both white and red wine. A branch-like candelabra looks stunning on a nearby banquet. Copper votives glow with candles at the table. Lush, white bouquets add a touch of refined elegance.

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ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
i like the concept of being more minimal with the colors this year. a lot of people tend to go overboard on the traditional color scheme with all the oranges and reds and browns, but this sounds like it could be really nice. thanks for the suggestion.
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