Sunday, November 22, 2015

Royal Turkey

Happy Thanksgiving
We are gathering for the feast.
The table is set for the turkey and dressing.
The left end of table is set with candles.


A Happy Harvest sign graces the left side of the table.
The centerpiece is crowned by the Turkey teapot and its creamer and sugar. 
The glory of this turkey is a symbol of holiday season.
A glittering pair of ears of corn are watched over by the cornmen.
To the right of the cenerpiece the lady pilgrim watches over the table.

Give Thanks for the food and the family.


Pumpkin pie anyone?
Mr Pilgrim asked  "roasted of fried turkey"?
We all need to be thankful for all things.
Royal Turkey is the pattern by Maxcera is displayed in a full place setting.
Salad plate
Dinner plate
Water goblets came from HomeGoods several years ago. 
Name place holders are black turkeys.
Turkey napkin holders
Orange silverware make dishes pop.
Tea Cup boasts a turkey on its side.
A quilted turkey adds warmth to the holiday. 


I will be posting this on the following tea blogs; 
A stroll thru life,
and Bernideen's Tea Time Blog,
A delightsome life,
rustic-refined.com,
along with the blog of;
Between Naps on the Porch,
and
are some of my favorites and
I will also post on them this week!

18 comments:

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

What a wonderful table! Love the square turkey plates and the turkey teapot! You have a fabulous collection of seasonal china, Pam. You must have a lot of fun setting your table for these special occasions. Thanks for sharing and joining me for No Place Like Home, my new party which replaces Tea Time Tuesday and my former HOME party. Wishing you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving!

Autumn blessings,
Sandi

Snap said...

What a fun Thanksgiving tablescape! I smiled all the way through your post. Wonderful!

Parsimonious Perfection said...

Love your wonderful festive turkeys! Visiting you from Rose Chintz Cottage.

Margie said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Pam! Love the turkey teapot and your Cornmen and Pilgrims are too cute!

Bernideen said...

Wow Pam:
I think this is your best one ever! I love all the decorations and your plates are darling. You will find many admirers of this one for sure! I love the center of the table and that corn is so cute! Glad you shared!

Terri said...

Hello Pam,
Your Thanksgiving setting looks amazing! Everything is so festive and works so well together. May you have a wonderful holiday with your family and friends.

Mrs.T said...

What a festive Thanksgiving table! The Royal Turkey plates are lovely!

Beth @ Conversations from my House said...

Beautiful, festive table. So much inspiration!!! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

teacupsandstitches.com said...

Such a gorgeous Thanksgiving tablescape. I am sure your guests will enjoy. Happy Turkey Day.

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Rosie M. said...

What a fun table! So much to look at and should really put your Thanksgiving guests in a festive mood! Absolutely love your Pilgrim figurines with their darling expressions. Thanks for sharing! Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

Bernideen said...

This post was included in my featured blogs for this week! Congratulations Pam!

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

What a great Thanksgiving table! I love the turkey teapot, creamer and sugar! Very cute!
Visiting from Bernideen's. Have a great week,
Gina

handmade by amalia said...

This is my first visit to your lovely blog, Pam. Looks like you had a wonderful holiday.
Amalia
xo

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Your table just made me smile through each photo, Pam! The turkey teapot is a beauty and those pilgrims and dishes...oh my! You always think of everything to make a perfect tablescape. I hope you had a happy Thanksgiving.

Ruth W said...

Love the turkey teacup...a lovely table. Thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea...bit late visiting!
Ruth

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com said...

Pam, you set a table that is warm and inviting as well as both elegant and whimsical at the same time. Glad to have found you today through Bernideen's blog because I love tea parties, too!

Bernideen said...

What creative and lovely tablescapes Pam. I love your teapot floral so that means Happy Birthday to you! Hope you and your Hubby are well! Thanks for sharing these dreamy table arrangements and dishes. It's hard to say which one I like best - I vote for all of them!