I love working with non-traditional colors when it comes to holidays, it gives everything a fresh look. I'm not one to follow color trends but I am loving Pantone Fashion Color report for fall
with choices like Radiant Orchid, Misted Yellow and Cypress. So of course the wheels started turning and this week I'm sharing lots of Thanksgiving and fall decor ideas that think outside the orange and brown and inspired by the color report.
First it was Thanksgiving in purple
, then Thanksgiving in black and white
; today it's two colors most people don't associate with Thanksgiving and fall, pink and blue! In fact I think they are the most fun colors to play with because they are so unexpected. Here are a few ideas you can use for a colorful way to entertain below...
These painted pinecones from BHG
will carry you through Christmas.
I love Decorchick's
mix of pretty blues and shiny metallics.
Head back to BHG
for this stunning centerpiece; I love the color contrast.
Cobalt blue candlesticks from Color Sizzle
are a definite must-have.
This setting from Martha Stewart
is the perfect mix of blue and gold.
Dip dye the edges of your napkins for a subtle and elegant effect with this setting featured on Style Me Pretty
Greet guest with these super-easy-to-do placecards with Brit + Co
This cornhusk wreath from Martha Stewart
is time-consuming, but the effort is totally worth it.
More painted pumpkins and lovely leaves incorporate the season perfectly with A Practical Wedding
A great idea from Studio DIY
; “I Am Thankful For…” balloon to let each of your guests pen what they’re thankful for that year.
Need even more non-traditional Thanksgiving ideas? Check out neon accents and non-traditional food ideas in Modern Thanksgiving
and my mint, black, white and orange Thanksgiving kids' table
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