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15 DIY Thanksgiving Centerpieces to Beautify Your Table

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2020-11-23
1——DIY Pumpkin Vase Centerpiece
Subtlety is key when it comes to Thanksgiving centerpieces. You've already got so much on the table—why crowd it further? Here, a stunning, quiet arrangement of faux flowers and branches is more than enough to make a serious statement.

Subtlety is key when it comes to Thanksgiving centerpieces. You've already got so much on the table—why crowd it further? Here, a stunning, quiet arrangement of faux flowers and branches is more than enough to make a serious statement.



2——White Centerpiece
Fall decor isn't all about oranges, yellows, and reds. Dried hydrangeas and white, antler-like decorations can make for an equally gorgeous monochrome centerpiece. Candles bring warmth, and faux pumpkins add texture.

3——Whitewash Pinecones
These pale pinecones are pretty enough to display on their own, or in this simple arrangement featuring gourds, berries, and succulents.

4——Bold Red Centerpiece
A vibrant arrangement is a guaranteed head-turner at any dinner party, but it'll be especially appreciated on Thanksgiving Day. Dahlias, roses, and ranunculus will fit right in with all the red-hued pies and cranberry sauce on your table.

5——Retro Cooler Vase
If Thanksgiving tends to be a casual shindig in your home, use a vintage jug cooler and foraged branches, leaves, and flowers from your backyard.

6——Natural Reeds Centerpiece
Dried reeds and grasses make for a totally unexpected Thanksgiving centerpiece. Evoking the earthiness of the fall season, their muted tones and subdued color palette is sure to elicit more than a few oohs and aahs from your guests.

7——Seasonal Spices
Mix and match wildflowers and vintage spice cans in autumnal hues according to the length of your table. Display two for small settings, and a series for longer setups.
8——Metallic Maize
Give a plain ol' vase some fall flair with this easy idea. Start by coating roughly 14 cobs of dried corn with metallic gold and copper spray paint. Once dry, hot-glue cobs to the perimeter of a 6-inch round vase. Tie it all together with gold raffia. Fill vase with floral foam and add seasonal flowers as desired. (This sampling includes dahlias, zinnias, and mountain ash berries.)

9——Wheat Cloches
Start by bundling a small handful of wheat and tie with twine. Turn a cloche upside down and place the wheat inside, then top with base and invert. Add leftover snips of wheat to securing with twine.

10——Go Green!
A scattering of green gourds and acorn squash laid down the center of the table and accented with orange and red flowers creates quite a pretty site. Bonus: Hot glue acorns to lengths of brown waxed twine and use to tie up rolled napkins. Apply gold leaf to a portion of a preserved maple leaf and use a gold paint pen to mark with guest's initials.

11——Pumpkin Vase
Remove the top quarter of a small pumpkin. Scoop out the seeds and pulp and fill with floral foam and flowers (here, dahlias, scabiosa, strawflowers, zinnias, forget-me-nots, and nigella). Surround your centerpiece with acorns, squash, and other seasonal elements.

12——Foliage-Inspired Florals
Bring some autumnal beauty indoors with this arrangement inspired by the yellow, orange, red, and purple leaves on the trees. A vintage trophy makes the perfect vessel for a big bunch of blooms.

13——Use a Vintage Vessel
A vintage blue-and-white transferware tureen stuffed full of white and yellow flowers, with hints of greenery, looks great as a Thanksgiving table centerpiece. Bonus: Decoupage a white pumpkin with blue and white toile wallpaper.

14——Frilly Lace Pumpkins
Hot glue lace and sewing trim on orange pumpkins and sprinkle them down the center of the table. Orange flower and bittersweet add a soft touch. Bonus: Form napkins into a bow shape and slip a gold napkin ring over the center.

15——Thanksgiving Table Centerpiece
This floral pumpkin centerpiece may look ornate, but it's actually incredibly easy to make. The crafter in question simply carved a gourd and filled it with a bouquet she got from the grocery store!

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