This is a close-up of the whole table. I chose gold to represent Thanksgiving and blue/silver to represent Hanukkah.
I set these "I am thankful for..." cards on top of each charger and bought clear glass plates to set on top. Not only is it a fun table activity, but it adds extra colors and great detail to the tabletop.
I wrapped jute around some blue sparkly tulle and laid it out in somewhat of a figure eight shape around the table. There was lots of glitter everywhere, but it added the perfect final touch that tied everything together.
We used my friend's silver leaf menorah as a centerpiece. I'm not going to lie. Lighting those candles over the jute really stressed me out. I kind of have a thing about fire.
Half gallon mason jars were filled with dry beans which held gold, silver and blue glittered leaves & sticks (from Michaels) in them to surround the menorah.
Close up detail: I used my Silhouette to cut out pilgrim hats, turkeys and Star of David confetti.
Of course, no party is complete without some themed paper straws!