With Halloween over, and Christmas quickly approaching, the family gatherings seem to be non-stop. Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and we all want our table looking just right. Whether it be for your kids, in-laws, or maybe your crazy cousins (Just me?) I have found some fantastic DIY Thanksgiving centerpieces and ideas that will change your Thanksgiving table staging game! You’re welcome.
I LOVE mercury glass. Especially with the candles inside. By adding these simple vases with baby’s breath or even a simple berry branch to add some color, makes this subtle yet beautiful centerpiece a fantastic addition to any Thanksgiving centerpiece or holiday celebration! If you don’t have any mercury vases, here is a great place to learn how to make your own. You can even use them as decoration for your entryway or side tables to keep the holiday feeling throughout the house!
Go small and simple with these short candle holders filled with your favorite nuts or acorns. This low Thanksgiving centerpiece invites easier conversations from across the table. Get all the amazing family chatter and good times that you can without a tall or cumbersome decoration getting in the way! It will also make room for more food to be set on the table, and let’s be honest, the food is the star of the show! LOL
Do you have any extra trays lying around your kitchen? Let’s put them to use! Find some of your favorite fall things and some of your small gourds leftover from Halloween, and arrange them in a way that makes you and your table looking great and happy! Plus when it’s time to put the food on the table you can just take the whole centerpiece off the table. There are some other tips on how to tie the rest of your table in with this beautiful, fall centerpiece.
What else says fall like apples? Whether you want to go simple with a nature-inspired table runner, or a rustic bouquet, fall for autumn (See what I did there?) with this sweet and colorful fruit! Experiment with substituting pears for apples, or different vines and leaves for your greenery. Bottom line grab something you already have, poke a skewer into a piece of fruit and them shove it into your topiary. Easy fast and cheap you can’t find an easier Thanksgiving centerpiece than that! Let your imagination run wild!
Is there a planter box not being used in your garage? Or maybe you have a vintage box you’ve been dying to use? Thanksgiving is the perfect time to break it out! You can fill it with just about anything to match the rest of your décor. Candles, gourds, greenery, pinecones, berries, fruit, flowers, the list goes on and on! Add a pop of color to your table and bring fall into your home! Check out this link to discover how you can turn your table into this rustic beauty. People don’t be in too big a hurry to rush into Christmas, make your family feel extra special with a little fun fall decor this Thanksgiving.