Vintage Thanksgiving Table

Set a vintage Thanksgiving table this year with just a few of these vintage elements.

Dining room table setting on wood table and wooden chandelier.

I love using vintage elements with decorating my house so it shouldn’t be any different when putting together a table setting for Thanksgiving or any time of the year.

I’m sharing my Thanksgiving table setting today along with some talented friends all this week. It’s the Styled + Set Fall Entertaining blog tour that is hosted by my friend Lory of Designthusiasm.

If you coming here from Taryn Whiteaker, welcome!

Plaid tablecloth and pumpkins on table.

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Vintage Style

Our Thanksgiving here in Canada was last weekend so this was how I set my table for our dinner feast. We had seven people at our table though so I had to move a things around a bit so we can all eat around the dining room table.

I love using vintage elements like the antique dough bowl to hold the muted colored pumpkins with seeded eucalyptus.

White candles on table and a Mora clock behind table.
White and gold plates on plaid tablecloth.

My collection of vintage brass candleholders that I found at thrift stores are perfect to add some height to the table and some shine.

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Apple pie and bras candlesticks on table.

As I do every year, I made an apple pie and a pumpkin pie. My pumpkin pie cracked and I almost did show you but it’s still delicious and it looks rustic.

Here is a recipe for my orange pumpkin pie but I’ll be sharing my traditional pumpkin pie recipe later this week.

Pies on the table.

The best part about this table is that I used a plaid shawl for my tablecloth. The colors go so good with these beautiful vintage decor items, don’t you think?

A linen napkin on the table setting.

Thank you so much for joining me on my vintage Thanksgiving table tour today. Now be sure to visit Jennifer at Town and Country Living to continue the blog tour.


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Cozy Fall Table Setting graphic.

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  1. Jamie,
    Your table is so awesome inviting and I really love the simplicity and style! Your pies look amazing!

  2. Jamie,
    So, so lovely! I love all of it! unfortunately I won’t be able to set a Thanks Giving table this year since I’m having my kitchen remodeled but you have given me inspiration for next year.

  3. Hey Jamie, you are over cooking your pumpkin pie! The pie pictured is full of serious cracks! This indicates that it is over cooked. Pumpkin pis is a custard type pie, it needs to be removed BEFORE it is fully set. The center should be a jiggly, the carry over will finish the cooking. Insert a knife and there should be wet clingy bits on the knife. Had to let you know!
    Love the table.

    1. Yes, thanks Jauquetta. I know it shouldn’t be cracked. I made two pies from scratch and backed them at the same time. I wasn’t going to redo it for the photo shoot.
      Hugs, Jamie

  4. Love your mix of vintage elements, as always! I love the plaid throw and the dough bowl. But I think my favorite thing is your fabulous wood handled stemware – LOVE that!! I might have to find some for myself now:)

    happy fall my friend!


  5. Jamie, your table looks amazing. I luv the plaid tablecloth/blanket and I’m swooning for those desserts! I’d luv to invite you to share it with us at Wall to Wall DIY Wednesday, which runs thru Mondays! Pinned!

  6. Jamie, your table looks gorgeous as always! And your pies look delicious (cracked or not!) I always enjoying seeing how you blend different elements together to create your tablescapes—they always feel cozy and welcoming to me. Thank you for linking up at Merry Monday. I’ll be including your table decor in my Party Features. I hope you have a wonderful week!

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