Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays of the year. It’s a great opportunity to get everyone together and spend time with your dearest family and friends. One of my favorite parts is decorating the table since the holiday is focused around the meal. Creating a beautiful tablescape is a nice way to make everything feel more festive, delight your guests, and have some fun decorating.
The centerpiece is the most important part of any tablescape. It’s the focal point of the whole table. In fact, if you have an eye-catching centerpiece, the rest of your table settings can be very simple and subtle. There are a lot of fun ideas to play with for the fall season because of all the great rustic elements from nature, but you can make it your own by getting a little creative. It can be as sophisticated and modern or rustic and casual as you’d like.
Here are 10 Thanksgiving centerpiece ideas to inspire you this season.
Thanksgiving Centerpiece Ideas
Blue is a fun, fresh color to bring to a Thanksgiving tablescape that is unexpected. Pair it with copper or orange for some beautiful contrast.
Source: Casa de Perrin
A grassy table runner creates a fairytale-like setting for your centerpiece. Accent it with touches of gold, pumpkins, and gourds to bring it to life.
If you need a quick but charming fall tablescape, this simple DIY project is a great option. All you need are some leaves, pumpkins, and sunflowers to brighten up your table.
For a more contemporary look, a gray palette looks chic and understated with pops of orange.
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White and gold make for a glamorous, sophisticated fall tablescape. Usually, we think of warm colors for fall, but this stunning tablescape is the perfect of example of how creative you can get with it.
Source: Craftberry Bush
Here’s a simple fall centerpiece that only requires a runner, candles, small pumpkins, and a wooden base that instantly brings some charm to the occasion.
Tutorial: Sophia’s Decor
Tea lights or candles can bring a nice glow to your centerpiece if you nestle them into a pile of gourds. The black and white striped runner is a nice touch to bring a contemporary edge to the tablescape.
Source: Ciao! Newport Beach
There is a wildness to this fall centerpiece that looks both rustic and elegant.
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Purple is a great color with which to accent a fall centerpiece. It’s unexpected, yet perfect for the season.
Source: The Lettered Cottage
Which one of these Thanksgiving centerpiece ideas is your favorite?