Thanksgiving Centerpiece Inspiration
Fall season is here and there is nothing more fun for us than to create fall centerpieces for our home. Get inspired by our tips and use them to impress your guests for Thanksgiving!
1. Branches instead of flowers.
Such a lush arrangement of fall leaves would be overwhelming on a dining table. But oversize branches make a bold Thanksgiving decorating statement. Fill a tall bucket with large fallen branches. Place the arrangement on a table near the front door to set the harvest mood as soon as guests arrive. Simple containers of small gourds and mini pumpkins add additional color without distracting from the main event.
2. Keep it in a jar.
Flowers and berries in fall hues are stunning in simple glass jars filled with water. For an easy centerpiece, line up an assortment of vases along the center of the dining table.
3. Use cabbage gourds for a romantic effect.
Use complementary colors in a really unique color scheme, using green with white in the light of candles can give you an extraordinary look and if you`re looking for something a little more extravagant you can use an exotic blue with white for something really one a of a kind. Textures glued to beautiful shapes can be an option as well.
4. Go natural. Create a natural vase.
Use a pumpkin as a pot holder for succulents and showcase them in a beautiful natural setting.
5. Keep it in the red and orange hue.
Flowers and berries in fall hues are stunning in simple glass jars filled with water. Line up an assortment of vases along the center of the dining table.