How to Personalize Your Thanksgiving Table!

mary248 on Nov 22, 2017

Food, family, friends, and more food -- you honestly can't ask for a better day! Thanksgiving is the one day out of the year where you have designated time in your schedule to catch up with loved ones and celebrate being thankful for those that helped you become who you are. Of course, for many of us, it can be hard to thank each individual person, since it's nearly impossible to put into words exactly how much they mean to us. Thankfully, personalized gifts help to show out gratitude for those special people in our lives, and make them feel equally special and loved. Here are some ideas to personalize your Thanksgiving table this year:

Place Settings

It can be hard to create unique and eye catching place settings that will leave your guests feeling proud to sit at your Thanksgiving table. Engraved ornaments or engraved jewelry are a great solution to this problem, because they are not only a beautiful addition to the table, but they are also a nice party favor for each guest. Along the same lines, personalized wine glasses or other personalized drinkware are an extraordinary idea for place settings, and you can even create your own logo for your event or gathering with your family's name and the guest's first name. 


The statement piece of the table is one of the most important aspects in the decoration process, and it can be equally stressful to figure out. Since the turkey is typically the center of attention at the Thanksgiving table, why not give more attention to it with a personalized cutting board? When your guests arrive they'll see the personalized cutting board with you family name, and be in complete awe. Of course, later on the turkey will be placed on the board, and as each piece is cut off, the gorgeous graphic on the cutting board will be exposed again.


A beautiful bouquet can make any table stand out among the rest, which is why a stunning vase is essential while decorating your Thanksgiving table. To take it a step further, a personalized vase engraved with your family name, monogram, or initial, will be sure to impress all of your guests and make them feel closer and more welcome than ever before. Combined with an autumn inspired bouquet, your personalized vase will amaze everyone at your Thanksgiving table. 


Cutting the turkey is one of the main events at any Thanksgiving table, with many photos being taken to remember the moment. Imagine if you could gift your guests with a unique spin on this tradition? Personalized serveware is the perfect way to show off your family pride with a monogram, initial, or full name engraved directly on the front. As the head of the table cuts into the mouth-watering turkey, your guests will certainly be more focused on the beautiful engraved serveware that he or she is using!

Now that you have an endless supply of ways to show your appreciation for your loved ones this Thanksgiving, we wish you a very happy holiday and safe travels! 

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