- 1 15 DIY Ideas for Thanksgiving Centerpieces
- 1.1 1. Dark Blue and Earth Tone Decor
- 1.2 2. Rustic Candle and Pumpkin Box
- 1.3 3. Copper and Artificial Plants Centerpiece
- 1.4 4. Dark Wooden Boat Fall Table Landscape
- 1.5 5. Farmhouse Style Pumpkin Eucalyptus Box
- 1.6 6. Stunning Colorful Flower Table Arrangements
- 1.7 7. Colorful Crafty Floral Pumpkin Centerpiece
- 1.8 8. Stunning little coffee table in fall decor
- 1.9 9. Fun Dryer Vent Pumpkin Topiary
- 1.10 10. Wooden Candle Holders with Lettered Stairs
- 1.11 11. Rustic Pumpkin Decorative Tablescape Display
- 1.12 12. Oversized Wine Glass Style Candle Holders
- 1.13 13. Colorful Layered Hurricane Vase Candle Holders
- 1.14 14.Stained decorative wooden box as the centerpiece
- 1.15 15. Gorgeous Edible Fall Vegetable Centerpiece
You put hours of work into your Thanksgiving dinner. Your turkey is golden, the cranberries are piled in an heirloom crystal bowl, and your mashed potatoes are worthy of a five-star restaurant. All you have to do is make sure your table is ready for this spectacular feast and what better way to flavor it than creating a one-of-a-kind centerpiece? Table landscapes and centerpieces add dimension, color, and interest that complement the dishes and give the meal that extra shine. When placing serving dishes on the table, opt for tall, narrow centerpieces like candlesticks.
15 DIY Ideas for Thanksgiving Centerpieces
Small flower arrangements scattered the length of the table are great when serving your food in a buffet style or Serve dinner in the kitchen before you bring it back to the table. You can even use some of your leftover Thanksgiving ingredients in your tabletop display. Bundles of fresh herbs like basil and sage look great in DIY flower arrangements, and a fruit bowl doubles as an after-dinner snack just in case there’s room left after dessert. Best of all, DIY Thanksgiving centerpieces are quick, easy, and inexpensive, so you spend less time preparing for your guests and more time with your friends and family. Check out these eighteen centerpiece ideas for inspiration.
1. Dark Blue and Earth Tone Decor
Designing a cozy fall decor is not just about using warm colors. You can successfully combine dark blue with earthy oranges and browns to create a stylish centerpiece for your dining room table. Artificial leaf plants can help bring the feeling of nature right into your home. Of course, a couple of pumpkins add to the spirit of Thanksgiving.
2. Rustic Candle and Pumpkin Box
If you want to add a more farmhouse feel to your centerpiece, a wooden box is a great idea. It’s also a great choice if you like things a little more casual. The box gives you space to toss in various fall themes from acorns to small pumpkins. Matching candles can match the table landscape as they add a layer of warmth that is perfect for celebrating the holiday.
3. Copper and Artificial Plants Centerpiece
4. Dark Wooden Boat Fall Table Landscape
With a little time and the right tools, you can build a nice, warm fall table landscape. The wooden “boat” offers space for numerous holiday items. You can fit in lots of fake fall foliage, a few different pumpkins, and a few candles and candle pillars. Varying the sizes of the candles and pumpkins can ensure that each of the elements mixes and also stands out from one another.
5. Farmhouse Style Pumpkin Eucalyptus Box
For those of you looking to step away from traditional decorations, white pumpkins are an excellent choice. They can grab attention right away, so you can fill a wooden box with a handful of these little decorative items. The style is further accentuated when the box is given a distressed look.
6. Stunning Colorful Flower Table Arrangements
If you have a larger table, a long center piece can work best as it can take advantage of the empty table space. A great way to do this is to create a beautiful floral arrangement; using multiple colors can add more life to the setup.
7. Colorful Crafty Floral Pumpkin Centerpiece
8. Stunning little coffee table in fall decor
Who would have thought how beautiful a simple woven tray can be made with the right decorations? It serves as the ideal basis for assembling your compact autumn coffee table center piece. From there, you can add a variety of autumnal items like fake pumpkins and fake leaves to surround a candle display. It is a practical piece of equipment that will add a stunning look to your living room, especially when you light the candle.
9. Fun Dryer Vent Pumpkin Topiary
Dryer Vent Pumpkins can be absolutely adorable, and while they can be used well as a porch decor, they can still look amazing when stacked as a centerpiece for your table. Consider painting them in different colors as this will make them easier to tell apart. Also add some craft moss in between to add some texture to the topiary and make the pumpkins look a touch more realistic. It’s a great way to make your table landscape shine.
10. Wooden Candle Holders with Lettered Stairs
Candles are always a nice way to add a cozy atmosphere to a Thanksgiving dinner, and this centerpiece is ideal as it can make a statement without getting in the way. The stair-like style gives the piece a sense of flow and you have more than enough space to write a saying that suits you and your family on one or both sides of the wood. It’s the personal touch along with the earthy fall colors that make it suitable for the vacation.
11. Rustic Pumpkin Decorative Tablescape Display
12. Oversized Wine Glass Style Candle Holders
For an easy and quick DIY project, these large wine glass style candlesticks can be used to create gorgeous centerpieces. Instead of putting candles inside, the spacious holders allow you to store a variety of decorative items that are perfect for the fall season.
13. Colorful Layered Hurricane Vase Candle Holders
A Unique Approach to a Centerpiece: You can use a couple of Hurricane vases as pretty candle holders. Just put a candle in each vase and fill it with a variety of beans for a layered, colorful look. There are many different rich colors to choose from to create an autumn look. If you want to create a good contrast, focus on the color of the candle as well, to use something that is the opposite of the beans.
14.Stained decorative wooden box as the centerpiece
This wooden box shows that simplicity is still one Can be an eye-catcher. Depending on the decorative items you use in the box, you can use around three tall flameless candles. Tiny pumpkins can look amazing in the box, too. Another aspect that makes this box such a fun idea is that you can easily change the decor over the seasons so you can keep your centerpiece all year round.
15. Gorgeous Edible Fall Vegetable Centerpiece
Bring the Christmas spirit to life with this stunning edible centerpiece. It takes advantage of some lovely fall vegetables and decorates your Thanksgiving table in style. You can really use whatever you have in season, because the greater the variety, the more colorful the centerpiece will be in the end. Then feel free to donate it to spread the season’s giving spirit.