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I hope you are as excited as I am about Thanksgiving this Thursday! Bryan and I have a long list of dinners and brunches to attend and for the first time ever, I’m hosting my very own, very small, Thanksgiving dinner. I’ve been on the hunt for a little Thanksgiving inspiration, so we’ll be sharing some of our favorite finds with you this week! First up today is this rustic Thanksgiving shoot with florals and styling by Honey and Poppies, heirloom place settings and food styling by Casa de Perrin, and photography by Braedon Flynn. This shoot was originally featured over on Design Sponge, however we’ve got lots of extra images to share with you to get you inspired!

To get us in the holiday spirit, I’d love for you to share one of your favorite Thanksgiving traditions or even your favorite dish you look most forward to! I’d say for me, my favorite part about Thanksgiving is spending the entire day in the kitchen with my mom, sisters, and brother-in-law, Taylor, who cooks up a storm. There’s something about cooking and great conversation that goes so well together! And I know it might sound silly, but I always really look forward to homemade cranberry sauce! Mmmm…

Wedding Blog A Rustic Thanksgiving
Wedding Blog A Rustic Thanksgiving
Wedding Blog A Rustic Thanksgiving
Wedding Blog A Rustic Thanksgiving
Wedding Blog A Rustic Thanksgiving
Wedding Blog A Rustic Thanksgiving
Wedding Blog A Rustic Thanksgiving

Honey and Poppies  :  design and florals (which included lots of vintage mixed metal vessels filled with foraged leaves along with dahlias, roses, and berries, a hanging installation of crabapple branches, mini bouquets for the placecards, and a mantle styled with many types of pumpkins and squash) // J and R Foods: menu design and cooking // Casa de Perrin:  heirloom placesettings and food styling // Found Vintage Rentals: design and furniture // Pitbulls and Posies:  lasercut paper goods based on the idea of a modernized deconstructed quilt // Braedon Flynn:  photography // Carondelet House:  location // Dovetail:  coordination