26 Thanksgiving Place Cards You’ll Want on Your Table
Elevate your table setting with these gorgeous name tags.
Birds of a feather
Pay homage to that bird on your table with some feather name cards that will get guests flocking to their seats. Head to Homework to find out how to make your own. (Looking for a stress-free Thanksgiving? Get our FREE guide for an unforgettable Thanksgiving. You’ll get easy recipes, kid-friendly crafts and games, inspiring traditions, and more ideas for the best holiday yet.)
Chalk it up
Wooden signs get a trendy twist with chalkboard paint. Add monograms for an even fresher take. Learn to make your own from Eleven Magnolia Lane.
Glitter and glitz
Plain foam pumpkins get a flashy upgrade with a hefty sprinkle of glitter. Write in cursive to add to the glamorous feel. Find out more from Unoriginal Mom.
Upright or laid down, clothespins make a simple base for nameplates. Make it festive with metallic paint and a few faux berries. Get the directions from Centsational Girl.
Give your guests a sweet palate cleanser by rooting their names in a jar of candy corn. Click here to find out how Sweet Metel Moments made these.
Printable place cards make it easy to customize each nameplate. Click here to get the layout at Home Cooking Memories.
Fill in the blank
For a place setting decoration that lets guests choose their seats, try a fill-in-the-blank card that lets guests express gratitude. This woodsy pencil fits the Thanksgiving feel. Head over to Crafting Chicks for the instructions.
Boatloads of fun
Candies aboard the base make these adorable Mayflower place cards extra sweet.
These Mayflower-inspired place cards are sure to spark conversation. Get the directions from Dandee.
These cute nametags won’t cram up any extra room on your feasting table because they double as eating utensils. Plus, you can use the silverware year after year, switching up the names. Find out how Vicky Barone made them here.
Metallic paint elevates mini pumpkins to make a gorgeous place card. Find out how to make them from Vicky Barone.
Take it or leaf it
With nothing more than a leaf and a gold paint pen, these beautiful name cards come together effortlessly. Get the full directions from Vicky Barone.
Stamped and ready
Tie stamped plates around a burlap napkin with twine for a rustic addition to your Thanksgiving setting. Check out the full instructions from Vicky Barone.
Painting a color block design on pears for the foundation of a lovely, minimalist place card. Head over to Almost Makes Perfect to find out how.
This rustic twig and twine name cards will make your Thanksgiving table look cottage chic. Learn how to make them at Almost Makes Perfect.
What a turkey
This minimalist turkey looks adorable, and gives you an excuse to break into more wine as you prep for guests. Check out how Almost Makes Perfect made them.
A neon pink touch puts a modern twist on a traditional Thanksgiving feast. Visit Camille Styles for the full instructions.
A single sprig of wheat is a simple but impactful way to decorate a place setting. Find out more from Camille Styles.
These cute pilgrim hat place settings make will spark conversations as guests fill in what they’re thankful for. Get the directions from Made with Happy.
Easy as pie
Get your guests excited for dessert even before the turkey comes out with these adorable pumpkin pie place settings. Learn how to make your own from Alana Jones-Mann.
Scrabble tiles are a fun way to spell out guests’ names, but chalkboard tiles make it easy to match your décor to your table. Find the directions at In My Own Style.
White painted pumpkins look modern and clean for a unique Thanksgiving tabletop. Learn how to make your own from Ella Claire.