Thanksgiving Table Settings: The Kids’ Table

I’m not a big fan of plastic or paper, and often the children of friends whom we entertain are older, so I like to have something nice for the “kids'” table.  At the same time, I don’t want the elegance of the main table.

When I went shopping for plates for the kids’ table, I had in mind something cute and turkey-ish.  But when I found these plates, I fell completely in love.  It helped that they perfectly matched the placemats I’d already bought.

Instead of a charger, I just used a bone-colored plate.

The napkin rings are another treasure, and will be hard to keep back for special occasions.  They say: “peace” “love” “joy” and “believe” (Galatians 5:22).

I wanted a nice centerpiece, but the table wasn’t very big.  As it was, the centerpiece kind of ran into the decorations, which was fine.  There are times we pull a bigger table out – it just depends on how many kids there are.

All in all, I was very pleased with the final result.

Not that the kids notice anything.  (Coming soon – how to get cranberry sauce out of a cream colored table cloth.)


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