Festive Tablescapes for the Holidays

Setting a beautiful table for Thanksgiving is easy with a little creativity and help from nature’s own bounty. Hickory Farms has found some inspiration to help you capture the festive spirit of Thanksgiving.

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A natural centerpiece featuring a woven basket or cornucopia with gourds, pine cones and colorful autumn leaves in a burlap runner gives a rustic vibe to holiday family gatherings. Small ornamental pumpkins can be used as a base for guest place cards. Use tableware and place settings in the rich hues of fall to complete the look.


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Choose a more formal look by breaking out your vintage linens and heirloom silver from past Thanksgivings. Elegant tapers flickering above sterling candle holders provide a soft ambiance that encourages family members to reminisce about family traditions, keeping the memories alive for younger generations.


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A floral centerpiece of vibrant mums, orange roses and rusty alstroemeria is a lovely addition to any holiday table. You can also make it a bit more subdued by creating a homey look with golden sheaves of wheat, cattails, acorns and ripe red berries in an old milk pitcher. A small scroll of rice paper tied with twine on which you’ve written a word or two of gratitude for each friend and family member is a heartwarming and gracious touch.


Whether you’re hosting the feast or a guest, a beautifully packaged Hickory Farms wine basket, like our Winter Wonderland Basket, is a welcome addition to any table. These lovely seasonal baskets contain fine wines like Kendall-Jackson’s Vintner’s Reserve Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Parducci Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Other gourmet delights include our award-winning Signature Summer Sausage, cheeses and crackers that make tasty hors d’oeuvres to nibble on later.

Hickory Farms has been a part of families’ holiday traditions for over 60 years! Invite our homey treats to your Thanksgiving celebration by placing your order today.

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