Fall and Thanksgiving Day Round Up

November is already here, can you believe how quickly time is passing? Thanksgiving is less than three weeks away! My home is slowly transitioning from Fall to Christmas but I’m not forgetting about Thanksgiving.

One of my favorite holidays, Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate with family and friends and remind ourselves how fortunate we are to be together. My Thanksgiving decor becomes a bit more transitional in November as I also have Christmas on my mind.

Today, I am rounding up Thanksgiving ideas, table settings, recipes, Friendsgiving, and Fall decor.

All About Thanksgiving

Table Settings

If you’re like me and have started bringing out Christmas decor, you may wonder how to create a table that incorporates both? A Transitional Thanksgiving to Christmas Dinner will give you ideas on how to combine decor for both holidays.

Our Table – A Little Thanksgiving, A Little Christmas also combines decor for the two holidays but the table is more traditional Fall with reds, browns, yellows and greens.

If you’re looking for even a more traditional Thanksgiving table, A “White Pumpkin” Fall Table Setting may be just what you want.

A simple, elegant and casual setting for a cozy get together.


Thanksgiving is all about gathering around a table, laughing, sharing stories, giving thanks, and of course eating! The food is immensely important so I have rounded up all my favorite turkey day recipes in one spot.

My Go To Favorite Thanksgiving Day Recipes will make your Thanksgiving easy breezy 😉 With the juiciest and most delicious turkey ever, your guests will be talking about this meal for years to come!


If you are thinking about Hosting a Friendsgiving Dinner Party, you have come to the right place. My good friend Valerie is the queen of hosting Friendsgiving!

Having hosted this large gathering for fiends two years in a row, I have all kinds of tips for you in another post Hosting Friendsgiving for a Very Large Group.

Fall Decor Ideas

In a hurry and don’t have time for decorating the kitchen for Thanksgiving? My 15 Minute Fall Kitchen will show you how I spruced up my kitchen in a snap.

Easy Money Saving Tips to Add Fall Touches to Your Home is also a guide for quick and easy Fall decor.

Fall Foyer Decor Ideas 2020 will show you how to give your foyer entrance a pop of color for the season.

Lastly, Fall Family Room Decor 2020 will show you to minimally add Fall accents to any room.

That’s my Thanksgiving and Fall round up! Hope you discovered some great ideas for making your holiday as special as ever.



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4 thoughts on “Fall and Thanksgiving Day Round Up

    1. Thanks Joni. I struggle with it myself so I hope others are finding the ideas useful. Happy weekend my friend 🙂

  1. Oh Denise – that first table is a dream!! I always love your tables, but that one is extra stunning! Thanks for all the recipes and other tips! Happy November my friend!

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