Get inspired by these gorgeous ways to dress up your flower arrangements for Thanksgiving ahead.
Layer Deep Colors
Opt for deep red and maroon florals punctuated by greenery and some seasonal fruits, like green apples or pomegranates. Then, introduce contrast with settings that nod coastal with wicker and blue-and-white.
Transform a Pumpkins
Place neutral-colored blooms in a faux pumpkin vase, and it instantly becomes a stunning Thanksgiving centerpiece.
Scatter Your Stems
Set a more laidback mood by scattering stemmed florals across a center runner instead of bringing the drama with height in a tall vase. A vibrant orange runner is a perfect backdrop for a fall Thanksgiving, too.
Give a casual table setting some glamour with galvanized buckets overflowing with mums, anemones, and other flowers in understated colors. The contrast with the copper mugs and flatware is stunning!
Add a little high-shine glamour to your tabletop Thanksgiving flowers by painting your fruits gold and scattering them around. Match them to metallic flatware for a cohesive whole.
Fruit and Flowers
Use an interesting container, such as this rustic bowl, filled with pretty fresh fruit nestled on a bed of moss. Then tuck in a few flowers here and there. Instant charm!
Individual Bud Vases
A single bud vase by each place setting is an incredibly easy yet pretty solution for decorating your Thanksgiving table.
Bring on the Drama with a Tall Vase
Keep it simple and seasonal by arranging some fall stems in a vase. Paired with effortlessly elegant linens, they look even more gorgeous.
Top it off with Purple
Play on fall’s darker hues with a bouquet in varying shades of burgundy in a simple white ceramic vase.
Two different kinds of mums in similar muted shades set off this arrangement. A clear glass vase doesn’t take away from its elegant simplicity.
Eucalyptus and Candles
Arrange sprigs of seeded eucalyptus (found in most supermarket floral departments) along the center of your table. Add candles and a few bright red apples, and voila! You’re done!
Bold, Bright, and Beautiful
Combine bold florals in an unexpected combination of bright orange, pink, and yellow tones. A few succulents kick up the style factor.
Add Citrus Accents
For a more modern and dramatic Thanksgiving table, use sprawling stems that frame the space, then add bright orange citrus in a brass pedestal bowl.
Arrange sunflowers in a real pumpkin, and this traditional summer flower is Thanksgiving-ready! Add sleek cattails and other seasonal flowers, such as carnations and mums, to complete the look.
Leaves and Berries
Leaves and berries (which can be real or faux) dress up a crystal pedestal vase in the center of the table, while a single flower on each place setting welcomes guests. A small autumn-toned sunflower is shown here, but you could also substitute a spider mum or single rose.
A Rosy Palette
Apricot-colored roses (which have a lovely ombre effect) look fall-ready with apples, mums, and colorful foliage to match. A flat wicker basket beneath the real pumpkin protects your tablecloth while adding color and texture.
Pumpkin and Roses
How elegant (yet easy!) is this arrangement? Place a pale fairy-tale type pumpkin (maybe even one you grew yourself!) in the center of your table, and tuck blush-colored roses and seeded eucalyptus under each side. Gorgeous!
Shades of Pink
Who says pink can’t work for Thanksgiving? Lush ranunculus set off this gorgeous display that works equally well with formal or casual place settings. A ceramic rectangular planter keeps the arrangement low to the table so it doesn’t interfere with conversation.