I stuck to the classics with paisley in the linens . . .
Plaid in the ribbons . . .
Hobnail mercury glass votives . . .
The Fiddle and Thread pattern in the Mikasa French Countryside dishes . . .
And the Monticello flatware from Reed and Barton . . . ?
Copper seems to be showing up everywhere lately . . . so I decided to play with it . . .
It appears in the napkin rings, the votive holders and the centerpiece . . . The good ol' rule of three!
The color palette is kept traditional with various shades of orange, rust and green . . .
But the linen pattern feels young and fresh . . . I liked the counterpoint of young and fresh with classic and traditional . . .
We lit the candles . . .
And we broke bread . . . Happy Thanksgiving!