If you’re looking to personalize your Thanksgiving table setting this year, here are some free, printable Thanksgiving place cards, napkin wrappers and even a placemat for the kid’s table that you might want to use.
I am Thankful Thanksgiving Table Cards
Print out these Thankful Thanksgiving Table Cards and place one on each of the plates on your table. Place a small bucket with markers in the center of the table so your guests can write down what they are thankful for this year. Make sure they write the year on the card – it will be fun to continue this tradition each year and see how your blessings have changed. When your guests are done writing down their thoughts, they can take turns reading their message to the group and then put their table card in the marker basket for safe keeping.
Leaf-Themed Thanksgiving Place Cards & Napkin Wrappers
These leaf-themed Thanksgiving place cards will look great on your table if you have a rustic Thanksgiving table setting or if you’re just looking for something that feels like fall. Print them out, cut them to size, fold them and write your guests name in the designated area. Place a card in front of each of your plate settings so your guests know right where to sit.
Print out these matching free Thanksgiving napkin wrappers, punch a hole on each side and wrap some thin, Thanksgiving ribbon through them to hold them together. Then tie the napkin wrapper around your napkin and silverware to hold them together.
Free Printable Kids Thanksgiving Place Mat
Here’s a little something for the kid’s table. Print out these free Thanksgiving placemats, cut them to size and laminate them. Then place a small bucket of washable markers next to each of the placemats so the kids can color their own Thanksgiving place mat – it washes up easily and keeps the kids entertained before the meal is served.
Free Printable Thanksgiving Napkin/Cupcake Wrapper
This versatile wrapper can be used for both your napkins and your Thanksgiving cupcakes. Just cut out the image along the straight line and around the sides. Then cut down the dotted line and fold the wrapper around the cupcake or napkin and slide the slits together. The leaf closes up and your cupcake/napkin is cradled nicely in its wrapper.