By Beth Aschenbach

Published on November 8, 2015

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An easy and fun way to add some creativity to your Thanksgiving tablescape this year is by incorporating a theme of your choice. We went with a ‘palm beach’ theme in order to bring a tropical flair to an otherwise autumnal holiday. 

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A Palm Beach-inspired pink and orange Thanksgiving tablescape is an alternative to the traditional fall colors. Gold pineapple placecard holders add a sophisticated, tropical accent to the place settings. 

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Mix together ethereal blush, pink, and white florals with a hint of wheat to keep the centerpieces simple and festive. 

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Tie in the Thanksgiving season by accenting the table with mini pumpkins that are sure to enhance the centerpieces and add a bright festive touch.

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A great way to add some gilded dimension is with gold silverware and chargers. They effortlessly glam up the tablescape, while the pink and orange ikat napkins add a punch of color. 

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Dust your crystal off the shelf and serve a drink of choice in ornate and eclectic glassware; sure to add geometric dimension to the table. 

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Because the rest of the tablescape is eye-catching, pare down the look with modern chairs to balance the traditional wood dining table. 

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With simple touches, non-traditional holiday decor adds a fresh approach to entertaining; making it inviting for your guests and fun for you. 

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There’s no greater time to bust out the China from your wedding than on the holidays where you can mix class with function.

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An abstract Flamingo print and Palm Beach map print paired with an entertaining book complement the festive and tropical theme. 

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One of the great things about creating a themed tablescape is the flexibility to mix fresh florals, natural elements—both vintage and modern—to layer your table with captivating dimension.

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Finish of the look with an indoor, boxwood wall which will enhance the backdrop of your dinner party, adding texture and bringing the outdoors in. 

Styling: Palm Beach Lately

Florals: Flower & Fringe

Pineapples: Emily McCarthy