Farmer filled various shapes and sizes of blue and white vessels, such as pitchers and ginger jars, with abundant bouquets of garden flowers, and then stagger them down the table. "A centerpiece doesn't have to be just one piece in the center," said Farmer. Create various heights by flipping over jar lids and using them for flowers and setting pomegranates directly on the table.
Bundle several thin twigs, such as curly willow, hypericum berries, and a sprig of seeded eucalyptus. Wrap everything with twine, and add a handwritten tag.
Farmer toped a contemporary blue-and-white toile pattern with his Grandmother Mimi's vintage transferware turkey plates and then adds a mismatched setting of his aunt's silver and new mother-of-pearl flatware (click here for a similar set!)
Celebrate Thanksgiving with Farmer's traditional, down-home menu. Click here for recipes.
Send guests home with a yummy care package of leftovers. I love this favor idea! Click here to download Southern Living's printable leftover tag.
Woodland Spode Plates / Juliska Country Estate Plates in Delft Blue / Godinger Salt and Pepper / Printable Tag / Matouk Napkins / Blue and White Ginger Jars / Blue Tumblers / Pearlized Flatware
Happy Thanksgiving, y'all!