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18 Cheap Friendsgiving Table Decor Ideas to Wow Your Guests

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Friendsgiving is coming up! It’s time to plan how you’ll set the table—the place you’ll be spending the most time. Below, I’ve curated the best (cheap!) Friendsgiving table decor ideas that your guests are sure to love.

1. “Welcome to Our Friendsgiving” Wood Sign

While you can hang this on the wall, it’s also easy to prop this beautiful sign up on the table as part of the centerpiece.

2. Pumpkins

Nothing says fall and Thanksgiving like pumpkins! You can do real or artificial ones (the latter will last for next year!).

3. Black-and-white checkered table runner

Pair the pumpkins with this cozy black-and-white checkered table runner with natural burlap for a farmhouse feel.

4. Farmhouse Galvanized Watering Can

Then add this galvanized watering can to the centerpiece.

5. Dried Wheat Stalks

Add stick some dried wheat stalks to the watering can. Farmhouse chic!

6. Artificial Maple Leaves

I absolutely love how they arranged the artificial leaves beneath the silverware. You can also sprinkle them around the table. Get creative!

7. Brown Satin Napkins

This brown satin napkin adds warmth with a hint of elegance.

8. Gold Leaf Napkin Rings

Slip the brown satin napkins inside of these gold leaf napkin rings for a truly glamorous Friendsgiving.

9. 60-Piece Plastic Gold Plates and Silverware Set

Don’t want to be stuck doing dishes after your friends leave? Get this gorgeous gold plate and silverware set! The reviews say it looks very real and elegant.

10. Turkey Cutlery Holders

If you want your Friendsgiving table decor to be a bit more playful, opt for this turkey cutlery holder.

11. Tree Bark Coasters

Continuing upon the nature theme, these tree bark coasters add a special feel to your Friendsgiving.

12. Pine Cones (With Green Branches, If Possible)

If you’ve got pine cones in your yard, you can gather them there. A pop of green from the evergreen branches makes for a delightful aesthetic too. If you don’t have them in your yard, you can purchase these small pinecones from Amazon.

13. Rustic Wooden Lantern

Can you tell I love a rustic aesthetic? This wooden lantern is the perfect match for your Friendsgiving table decor. Make it part of your centerpiece. You can place a candle inside, or—my favorite!—place battery-operated fairy lights inside for an enchanting glow.

14. Battery-Operated Fairy Lights

Who doesn’t love fairy lights? They’re classic and dreamy. You can stick them inside a lantern like I mentioned above, or you can spread them out on your table for a touch of glamor.

15. Ball Mason Jars

Alternatively, you can place the fairy lights into these mason jars—they remind me of fireflies! It adds a dreaminess to the decor. What’s great about mason jars is they can be used for so many things. If you want a Southern-themed Friendsgiving, use these as the glasses!

16. Burnt Orange Gingham Tablecloth

Mm, I love the burnt orange color of this gingham tablecloth. It adds warmth to the decor.

17. Striped Grey Burlap Farmhouse Tablecloth (Outdoor)

Another great farmhouse Friendsgiving piece is this gray burlap tablecloth. If you’re hosting your meal outside, then this is the tablecloth for you as it’s suited for the outdoors.

18. Heavyweight Cotton Linen Plaid Tablecloth

I couldn’t choose just ONE tablecloth! This one is neutral and sooo classic, but also so elegant. And I adore the feel of linen.