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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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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

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

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

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

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.

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