Last night, I had the chance to attend an event hosted by Kinfolk Magazine at West Elm Metropolitan in Charlotte to celebrate the release of The Kinfolk Table cookbook.
(I went as my friend Jodi’s date.)
Everything was beautiful, but simple, and I snapped lots of pictures that will hopefully give you some good ideas in case you’re hosting Thanksgiving or throwing a dinner party soon.
The table was decorated with a low arrangement of Fall flowers and lots of elements of nature. Scattering greenery clippings and acorns along a textured table runner is a great way to decorate a table without guests having to dodge a tall centerpiece.
I do believe that even the food I’m capable of making would seem fancier if I printed out a simple menu.
Keeping all of the dishes white lets the food be the center of attention.
After dinner, we were treated to dessert, a coffee bar and live music. (That would be a nice touch for your Thanksgiving dinner, right??)
Each guest left with a small bouquet of Fall flower wrapped in paper and twine.