Discover the cornucopia of Thanksgiving decorations that transform a traditional meal into a phenomenal feast. Start with the dinner table—the center of the festivities. Roll out table linens that feature depictions of fall. A pumpkin adorned tablecloth and runner covers the length, while placemats and smaller napkins are scattered systematically throughout. The next layer is where serveware comes into play.
When serveware doubles as Thanksgiving decorations it makes presenting the feast a simple feat. Employ a leaf serving tray to incorporate the colors of fall when the bird is served. Choose a bowl of a similar design to dish up delicious stuffing. Ready for all the fixings? Discover a gravy boat taking the form of another fowl, with a pheasant design. The same feathery friends show up within salt and pepper shaker sets. Wash it all down with some sweet, cinnamon-seasoned cider from a mug featuring a turkey on the side.
Place a rug in the entryway covered in an autumn leaf design featuring shades of the harvest—green fades to vibrant yellow and into rich red. When company appears, a quick scuff of the feet means any real leaves dragged in will keep confined to the foyer. After setting up the spread, migrate to the family room before guests begin to arrive. Want the space to be just as festive? Implement some unconventional Thanksgiving decorations inspired by the parade as it plays on TV.
Recreate the pageantry inside the home, by lining the walls of the halls and every table along the way with beloved balloon characters. Snoopy pops up in framed art, just like Spider-Man swings onto the walls. Hello Kitty figurines are ready to be displayed tableside. Venture to the bathroom for a Disney fix. Mickey appears on the hand towels while Buzz Lightyear shows up on the soap dispenser. Kermit can keep to the kitchen, on a watch that serves as a timer.
No matter the decorations for Thanksgiving, follow the cookbook from the Macy’s culinary council to make sure the meal is impeccable. Gobble up Thanksgiving decorations (and a delicious feast) after a pilgrimage to Macy’s.