Though food is one of the biggest highlights of Thanksgiving (mmm, turkey and mashed potatoes!), it’s truly about gathering together with family and friends. And nothing makes a person feel more welcomed to the table than a personalized place card holder with their name inscribed on it.
There are so many different options for creating a festive place setting, everything from fancy to fun, so we rounded up five we think are down-right adorable. And best of all, they’re easy to DIY yourself or as a great project to get the little ones involved.
Using a mini pumpkin is simple, yet pretty and can be easily personalized in a variety of ways, like this example we found on Recipe Girl which uses twine to tie on a cut out paper leaf with each person’s name handwritten on it. Another idea is to create a slice near the stem and insert a name card.
And we think our Falling for Fall Greeting Card is a perfect match!
We absolutely loved everything about this super fun table setting we saw on Sweet Designs by Amy Atlas, but the personalized paper bag turkey leg filled with goodies has us drooling wondering what’s inside – candy corn, popcorn, chocolate??
Pair with a personalize Cluck Cluck Fall Invitation to continue the Thanksgiving fun!
Harking back to the very first Thanksgiving, these mini Mayflower-inspired boat place card holders from Dandee-Designs blog can also do double duty, holding mixed nuts or after-dinner mints. Click here for the step-by-step DIY tutorial.
And check out our Fall Feast Invitation, a perfect match for this fabulous place card holder.
These fuzzy DIY place card holders from Martha Stewart are sure to get kids and adults talking turkey.
Gobble gobble — as well as our Family Traditions Fall Invitation!
Hey Pilgrim! Upcycled from everyday objects, we love that these easy to make hat name holders also have room for treats. Check out the step by step tutorial from Chica and Jo.
And our We are Thankful Fall Greeting Card is the perfect way to show Thanks this year!
Which of these is your favorite?
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