Do you need inspiration for your holiday table decor?

Just a few days left before Christmas! What are you using for your table decor?
Here are some easy bold statements that are sure to make your guests smile.

Candles wrapped in tree bark nestled in ornament clusters with a few green sprigs.

A bare branch laden with lights and birds, a tiered cookie tower filled with ornaments sitting on a mirrored square …enchanting.

Add brightly colored pillows to your dining chairs. Greens surrounding a hurricane candle holder sprinkled with a few gold ornaments and crackers at each place setting make a festive table. 

Using one element like Christmas trees in varying sizes and lots of candles setting on a gold table runner create a whimsical feast for your guests!

Make your own 'snow globes" craft store carry scatter snow and miniature deer, trees and houses. Children and adults with love this.

Thanksgiving Table Decor Ideas…I've gathered some surprises.

ThanksGIVING is right around the corner…How festive will your table be?
Do you need some ideas?

Clever Libby Langdon came up with this "Thankful" stone place cards and centerpiece idea…write the guests name with a black sharpie pen on a river rock for each place setting.

Have pens and stones on a buffet so that when guests arrive that they can  write what they are thankful for on a stone. 

Place thankful stones in the  center of your table and add votive candles. Great conversation starters!

I love anything FRESH…Lemons, pears, mini artichokes, apples,grapes and persimmons make a colorful and easy table decor when dropped into tall glass container. Amazon has a great price on glass containers $29.95 for three!

Continue the fresh theme…a simple gross-grain ribbon tied around each place setting with a sprig of rosemary and sage make an appealing fragrant bundle your guests will surely love.

Pine cones, magnolia leaves and pheasant feathers OH MY! Gorgeous and simple in its elegant nod to Thanksgiving. Gold dipped fall leaves with green plates make the table come alive!

A galvanized container, gourdes, ivy, colored bottles, nuts, persimmons, candles and a fresh rose or two give this table setting a casual feast for the eyes.

Whatever you plan on doing for a table decoration …the most important element is FUN. 
Be playful in your mix of ingredients there are no decor rules and besides you know what I say "Rules are made to be broken."

Images Google and Libby Langdon