Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and "Good Morning America" is here to help you set your holiday menu.
The nation's top chefs are visiting "GMA" all month long to share their favorite recipes for Thanksgiving dishes ranging from turkey to desserts, side dishes and more.
Celebrity chef Sandra Lee appeared on "GMA" today with Thanksgiving tablescape tips and tasty treats.
Ask each guest and family member to share what he or she is thankful for on grateful cards. Tie with ribbon or string, and hang on the centerpiece for a special touch.
Seasonal Place cards:
A simple acorn affixed to a tented place card welcomes each diner.
The Perfect Thanksgiving Table:
Natural elements like feathers and pinecones are paired with neutral linens and silver accessories for the perfect Thanksgiving table. Mix silver candleholders, platters, and stands you already have at home with rustic items such as rattan chargers. This brings together classic and casual styles, creating an elegant and warm ambiance.
Spray Paint Pinecones:
A can of silver spray paint turns ordinary items into stunning details for the table. Coat pinecones with spray paint, and place along the table for an easy decoration. The pinecones double as place card holders when you tuck printed name tags between the tines.