Friday, November 27, 2015

a modern, native-american-inspired, intimate friendsgiving tablescape

I've been saving these Nate Berkus banded arrow dishes for thanksgiving and I finally got to use them!  I just thought the arrow motif was perfect for the holiday.  the black and white gives it a modern twist.
{click the photos to view available pieces for sale!}

likewise, I did a black and white arrow background for the place cards- which read grateful, peaceful, thankful, and blessed {instead of names}, and on one side of my reversible 'give thanks' banner {see below}. 
I used a vintage feather print scarf instead of a runner and antique silver trays as chargers, which I left patina-ed which gave them a more rustic look...

each place setting was a little different.  *most* place settings got a horn handled knife, which we are always collecting so if anyone has any leads...  all got a different feather.

my husband, the chef, cooked a perfect dinner...

...and antler charms, too!

lastly, i recycled the banner i made last year- one side is craft paper and the other side is a different font with my arrow background, which can be viewed here 

happy thanksgiving, everyone!  feel free to leave {kind} comments!!

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