Tablescape Thursday ~ Our Canadian Thanksgiving…

It has been a long time since I participated in Tablescape Thursday with Susan at Between Naps on the Porch. We decided to celebrate both Canadian and U.S.A. Thanksgiving this year so I decorated the table and invited some family over for a less traditional meal.

I was happy to be able to use these green and amber goblets together.

The transferware have stable scenes on them and stagecoach scenes.

My sister and her husband joined Dear, Katie and me for our meal of Honey Baked Ham, candied carrots, scalloped potatoes, asparagus casserole, rolls. We had a simple dessert of ice cream to finish off the meal. We also test tasted some white wines to narrow down our choice for the wedding in March. We’ve already chosen the red wine.

I’m looking forward to coming around and seeing some old bloggy friends and your tablescapes this week.

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

21 thoughts on “Tablescape Thursday ~ Our Canadian Thanksgiving…

  1. I’m back with a table after a LONG hiatus too. Maybe it’s the season! I love the way those green goblets look with the amber. It’s a fantastic contrast. And those transferware dinner plates are something that I would love to own. Very lovely all the way around.

  2. That table is beautifully festive for Thanksgiving. The goblet color combination is very nice. Some year I must celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving. Why not? I don’t have to be in Canada to celebrate!

  3. Your table is colorful and beautiful. I noticed that your glassware matches your 2 wall colors, green and amberish. I’m guessing you didn’t paint the rooms to match the table setting!

  4. Welcome back to Tablescape Thursday! I think it’s really cool that you get to celebrate two Thanksgivings!!! Not a bad deal at all! I’m a big fan of the Royal Stafford earthenware you have. Looks like you have “Hayride” and “Herdsman”. They’re both great patterns. Have a great weekend!

  5. I could have sworn I commented on this, but I don’t see me! I remember saying I wish our Tgiving was now too so it doesn’t get rushed away to get to Cmas!
    Anyway, It looks lovely! I love the different colored glasses, so pretty!
    I have some of that china too, but I don’t know what and how much! I think just for 4.
    Have a great weekend, Ellen.

  6. I love those transferware dishes and the colors you used with them are wonderful…especially the two colors of glasses. Sounds like you had a great meal!!

  7. The transferware is gorgeous, and I love the mix of ambers and greens. They make your tablescape dance in the light of the candles. Thank you for inviting us to your beautiful table. You have a lovely family, and they look like they thoroughly enjoyed your dinner! Cherry Kay

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