10 Disposable Thanksgiving Tabletop Items

10 Disposable Thanksgiving Tabletop Items

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This Thanksgiving (okay… every Thanksgiving), we’re planning to cuddle up with some Netflix, eat too much pumpkin pie, and avoid the dish-washing. With the amount of time we manage to spend setting up events, we’re all about minimal clean up around here! So, there’s nothing more refreshing than a pretty AND disposable tabletop item. Not to mention, disposable Thanksgiving tabletop items means a budget-friendly holiday, which is a double win.

We’ve rounded up some of our must-have disposable Thanksgiving tabletop items for this year — and yes, gold and marble are making an appearance! While throwaway items are especially perfect for families with young children, we still wanted to focus on a more refined set up. Not surprisingly, we’re leaning pretty heavily on our good friend, Amazon Prime, to make it through the holiday season. You can basically count on the fact that I’ll be the girl rush ordering floral garlands on November 23rd.. No shame in my game, friends!

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My inspiration for a disposable Thanksgiving all started with these pretty gold plates.

These plastic old fashions are super cute.

I have the “But first, Cocktails” version of this coaster and love it! This blue version is perfect for a Thanksgiving color palette.

Marble napkins for the win.

Disposable gold silverware is my best-kept photoshoot secret! No one will ever know the difference.. (PS – I also love this rose gold set!)

Loving this modern and disposable plastic white platter. $1.99, people!

Foiled placemats are perfect for all ages and save you even more time cleaning up later!

Crushing hard on these plates.

Floral garland lovers, unite!

The coolest disposable white (or clear) cake stands.

There you have it! The perfect way to dress up your Thanksgiving table this year, and avoid a mess. What are your plans for the big day- aside from successfully hiding your unbuttoned pants?

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18 Comments

  1. Those plastic tumbler glasses are great, i will DEFINITELY be purchasing some for my holiday party this year!

  2. One of our favorites too! xo

  3. Ashley said:

    Yes! thank you for this I started shopping around for disposable pieces but havent had time to pull together any sort of cohesive look. We are expecting about 20 (!) people at our dinner. No way I’m doing those dishes.

  4. Right?! Love a quick clean up – especially when it is styled well 🙂

  5. Ashley said:

    Those goLd plates are so pretty! I would have never thought they were DISPOSABLE! Im loving this entire list in general, especially because easy clean up is what im All about this holiday season!

  6. Catherine Kilgour

    -Helenhttp://www.sweethelengrace.com

  7. Catherine Kilgour said:

    Yay! So glad you like the round up, Helen! xo

  8. Ashley said:

    iF THERE ARE LOTS OF PEOPLE COMING SURELY THAT’S LOTS OF PEOPLE WHO COULD POTENTIALLY HELP DO THE DISHES. i WOULD HOPE THAT A WELL PLANNED THANKSGIVING WOULDN’T INVOLVE LOTS OF PLASTICS THAT ARE GOING TO BE USED ONCE AND THEN PUT IN A LANDFILL.
    iF YOU REALLY WANT TO USE THROW AWAY ITEMS HOW ABOUT TAKING TIME TO FIND ONES THAT CAN BE COMPOSTED AFTERWARDS.

  9. Cat Meschia

    Sorry about the caps my lock is stuck on

  10. Ashley said:

    Whatever floats your boat 😉

  11. Are the flatware pieces in the feature pic from the same place as the gold disposable ones?

  12. Hi Cat! Those are actually rose gold. Here is the link: http://rstyle.me/n/b4f7cznjn6

  13. Ashley said:

    Thank you Ashley!

  14. Cristina Scudder

    How is a $40 cake stand disposable, no matter the material it is composed of?

  15. Ashley said:

    Hi Dee! It is up to you whether you decide to keep the stand or not 🙂

  16. eden passante

    I love your blog but really don’t love this post. I actually did a double take when I read the title. Disposable may be saving time, but it’s also promoting waste. i would rather read a post on a sustainable tabletop.

  17. Ashley said:

    Thanks so much for the kind words about S&C! People are welcome to reuse the items if they’d like to, and they’re also all recylable 🙂

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