I would definitely give thanks for a Thanksgiving dessert table like this one!
This spread includes an array of miniatures: small parfaits, a tiny hay bale, little lattice-topped apple pies, and adorable turkey and pumpkin cake pops -- each with a gingham ribbon in autumn colors.
They also have mini pecan pie pops (recipe here), placed on a stick, and arranged in a bottle tied with raffia. Cute!
And the display features "Give Thanks" printables, and taper candles, set into wrapped wine bottles. So elegant -- and tasty!
Photo credit: Autumn.
Here's a really fun Thanksgiving dessert table that children of all ages would truly love!
The fun, brightly-colored palette, featuring chevron and polka dot printables is just a delight!
And the delights extend to the desserts below, which include child-friendly treats like candy-filled push-up pops, and little boats carrying savory snacks.
Photo credit: Chrissy.
This lovely peacock dessert table includes an array of fall-themed treats, including pumpkin spice parfaits, mini popcorn balls served on striped paper straws, fall-colored candies, caramel corn, and marshmallow pops.
They also offer chocolate kiss-topped vanilla cookies -- a.k.a., "Acorn Cookies!"
Photo credit: Jennifer.
This tour of traditional fall flavors is both beautiful and delicious: little savory scones, mini pumpkin pies, carrot cake, mason jar desserts with pumpkin biscotti, and more.
I love the use of natural elements to create and support the fall color scheme, including acorns, pinecones, and a turkey centerpiece with wooden and autumn leaf "feathers." Just wonderful!
Photo credit: Amanda.
This fall-themed dessert table includes tiny hay bales (check your local craft store), wrapped in polka dot fabric, to display and serve miniature popcorn balls on-a-stick, along with layered mason jar parfaits.
Included in this display are two gorgeous hanging wreaths!
To make your own, tie a grapevine wreath to hang horizontally, with silk ribbons, as shown.
Then, hang garlands of pinecones and fall-colored flowers from the wreath.
Striking, rustic, and easy to create yourself!
Photo credit: Katie.
Remember that you can always include fine art in your dessert table's display. Using prints or other artwork -- like the lovely fall painting here -- is an upscale and beautiful way to welcome your guests, friends and family!
At bottom right, you can see the take-home party favors of mason jars filled with pumpkin butter -- so delicious! Check out the delicious slow-cooker pumpkin butter recipe here!
Photo credit: Deanna.
Of course, at every Thanksgiving, you simply must serve a pumpkin pie (recipe here)!
This dessert table includes a craft-paper pennant garland, along with individual s'more pies, made with chocolate pudding, and graham cracker crusts -- topped with toasted marshmallows and melted chocolate chips!
And I love how they displayed their s'more desserts, in open drawers, surrounded by decorative moss -- a great way to create "s'more" space for your dessert table!
Photo credit: Cupcake Wishes.
Don't forget the beauty and impact that a restrained palette can have at your parties.
The elegant chocolate brown and white color scheme at this Thanksgiving celebration is so gorgeous!
The white ceramic cake plates on a chocolate-brown tablecloth, striped serving cups, and the white diamond decorated chocolate cake are not only visually striking, but make the offered desserts appear even more delicious! Time to celebrate!
Photo credit: Kori.
This rustic Thanksgiving dessert table features several autumn pies, served atop woven baskets, and bread cornucopias filled with crudités.
And the beautiful "Give Thanks" garland is so creative! Here's how to make your own!
Cut an array of brown craft papers in half.
Then glue on complementary-colored tissue paper in the middle of each. Cut each tissue paper a half-inch smaller all around.
Draw your letters using white glue, one at a time, and while the glue is still wet, sprinkle contrasting-colored seeds, seasonings, or dried herbs onto the glue. Be sure that the glue for each letter is completely covered/colored.
Continue, alternating colors of papers and letters all the way across.
Create spaces between words with a sprig of flattened leaves, or pressed flowers -- flattened inside the pages of a heavy book for several days or until dry -- and glue them onto "spacer" cards, as shown.
Punch holes in the two top corners of each sheet (stick on hole reinforcers, available at office stores, if needed). String with twine or ribbon.
So pretty, yet easy to make. Have your kids help and create a lasting keepsake -- and cherished memories -- together.
Photo credit: ME and My Insanity.
Shabby Chic Thanksgiving Dessert Table This beautiful Thanksgiving dessert table features two shabby chic garlands, which are easily made with strips of complementary colored fabrics. Learn how to make your own shabby chic garland here. Learn how to make your own shabby chic garland here.
Photo credit: Amanda.
These lovely votive candles would lighten any Thanksgiving dessert table!
To make your own, tie raffia bows on a selection of decorative mason jars.
If you like, add glass beads at the bottom of each jar, as shown, for even more visual interest.
Fill with enough water for the candles to float, but not so high that the flames could catch on someone's sleeve.
Float wax tea candles in each jar.
Place, and light the candles. If the wicks get wet, just a wait a little while for them to dry.
So lovely! Enjoy!
Photo credit: Wedding Bee.
Here's a fun way to eat even more turkey this Thanksgiving -- for dessert!
Here's another way to enjoy turkey for dessert -- with these cute cupcakes your whole family will enjoy!
Thanksgiving Dessert Table Ideas
Give Thanks Dessert Table
Chevron Thanksgiving Dessert Table
Traditional Thanksgiving Dessert Table
Fall Thanksgiving Dessert Table
Fine Art Thanksgiving Dessert Table
S'more Thanksgiving Dessert Table
Gorgeous Thanksgiving Dessert Table
Rustic Thanksgiving Dessert Table
Shabby Chic Thanksgiving Dessert Table
Mason Jar Floating Candles
Turkey of a Cake
Marshmallow Pilgrim Hats
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