10 Thanksgiving Dinner Centerpieces
Thanksgiving is on the horizon and it’s time to start planning the menu as well as the table scape. And the table scape includes the centerpieces of course! Need some ideas for something a little different this year? How about creating something beautiful instead of just sitting the turkey in the center of the table and calling it a night. Take a look at all our fabulous finds and use one to dress the Thanksgiving table this year!
1. The Classic Cornucopia.
It’s look is quintessential Thanksgiving and perfect for the holiday feast. Fill it up with vibrant fruits and florals to adorn the table.
2. Some Pumpkin Candlesticks.
For something light and delicate, grab some candlesticks and place some small, dainty pumpkins atop. It’s easy, quick but adorably stylish for a festive Thanksgiving treat.
3. Some Bell Pepper Florals.
Definitely the most original, this adorable centerpiece was made simple with some bell peppers and pretty flowers. Use all different color peppers and then use contrasting flower colors inside to create a pop of autumn-flavored color.
4. Some Gourd Vases.
Chop open some fall gourds and create a beautiful, organic vase! It’s festive and perfect for the season. And just like with the bell peppers, use contrasting and bright colors to spruce up neutral gourds.
5. Some Corns and Wheats.
Maybe you want to really pay homage to America’s very first Thanksgiving. Creating something like this rustic, corn and wheat palette would be a great way to do so!
6. Some Organic Candles.
Grab some neutral, thick candles and wrap them up! Using some organic, fresh and green vegetables to make the candle pop is a great way to create a focal point on the table.
7. Some Cranberries.
Don’t forget the beautiful cranberry color that looks great in any room, that means it looks great on the table too. Grab a white pumpkin, for contrast purposed, gut it and fill it with fresh florals and berries!
8. Some Simple Candles.
Grab a candle, or even several tea light and put them inside a clear holder. Then, add some uncooked corn kernels to add some zest. It’s simple and clean … but still a great look on the table.
9. A Thanksgiving Tree.
Since Thanksgiving is all about family and being thankful for what we have, how about creating your very own Thanksgiving Family Tree. It’ll be a conversation starter too!
10. Some Pumpkin Mums.
Mums are the perfect fall flower and they’re pretty too! Grab a pumpkin and fill them up with these charming flowers!