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Yellow and Grey for Thanksgiving Day

So, yesterday I mentioned that Thanksgiving was on me this year.  I know I'm getting this post up a bit late, but I wanted to show you guys what I have in mind for my Thanksgiving table.

There's just something about yellow and grey that makes my heart happy!  I have this vision in my mind of a modern Thanksgiving setup with just a touch of traditional fall-themed design.

Now, I didn't label anything because I haven't officially created my shopping list--meaning, I'm not 100% sold on these items.  But, in case you are wondering, here's a list of where you can find these items...

Table Runner, Hudson Table Runner from Target, $12.99

Pedestal Platter, YRSNO Bowl from Ikea, $7.99

Silverware Set, Farberware Clove Sand from Wal-Mart, 20-Piece Set, $20.00

Dinnerware Set, Simply White Round from Wal-Mart, 45 piece set, $49.00

Stemware Set, Libbey Claret Footed Iced Tea Glasses from Wal-Mart, Set of 4, $5.00

Napkins, Cross Dye Basic Napkins from West Elm, $12.00 Clearance

The other images are just inspiring photos that I've pinned to my "centerpieces" board on Pinterest.  I'm not sure how much of this I'll be able to pull off, since my weekend is pretty full already.  We'll see I guess.

Well, sorry for the short post.  I hope you'll forgive me considering I'll have an amazing post from my guest blogger tomorrow.  Hopefully it will make up for it.  

I'll keep you posted on how Thanksgiving turns out.  Should be interesting.  Ha!



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