The holidays are upon us! Thanksgiving is in a couple weeks, and fall decorating is a favorite for most. Here are some centerpiece ideas that will amaze your Thanksgiving guests, and brighten your table for weeks to come.

42 Thanksgiving Centerpieces- Add a touch of fall to your Thanksgiving table with elegant yet easy-to-make Thanksgiving centerpiece ideas. Including natural elements, candle displays, and more, these Thanksgiving table decorations will be a highlight on your holiday table. 

Edible Centerpiece- A festive cheese board, fruit, and a few foliage-filled Mason jars provide this Thanksgiving centerpiece with laid-back charm and a pre-feast noshing station. Plus, it’s a cinch to swap the cheese board for turkey when you’re ready to serve the main attraction. To create a mini banner for your cheese platter, fold a piece of paper in half and cut triangles along the fold. Write the word CHEESE, one letter per triangle, and staple the folded triangles in place over a length of twine. Suspend the banner from wooden skewers.

Fresh Fruit Centerpiece- This stunning Thanksgiving fruit centerpiece showcases the beauty of in-season pears, clementines, and grapes. When thinking about your decorations, use things you already have, or can use later. Dress up your easy centerpiece with a few heads of curly cabbage.

Fill a Centerpiece Box- Display a variety of pumpkins and decorative foliage in this handmade centerpiece box. Once you’ve created the box, you can use it as a Thanksgiving centerpiece and continue to refill it as the holiday season goes on. When you’re done with your holiday decor, use it as a pretty planter.

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Farmhouse Centerpieces- It’s easier than you think to create a one-of-a-kind Thanksgiving centerpiece. Using fall favorites, such as pumpkins, flowers, and elements from the back yard, you can quickly put together a beautiful arrangement.

Gourd Centerpiece- Use a neutral runner as the foundation for this natural farmhouse centerpiece. Place a variety of gourds from the garden or local garden center along the table runner. Dress them up with votive candles and tea lights.

Fresh Centerpiece- Make your own centerpiece with fresh-cut greenery. We used eucalyptus, plumosus, pittosporum and salal to make small bunches wrapped with floral wire. We grouped the bunches along the table to create the look of a leafy runner. Tuck in white votive candles for an elegant Thanksgiving table.

Garden Party Centerpiece- Bring the beauty of the garden to the table with tall glass vessels filled with leafy greens or root vegetables. Set bottles of wine between the greenery for a splash of color, and so guests can easily refill their glasses during dinner. Pair the natural Thanksgiving centerpiece with a flour sack table runner and bright cut flowers laid on the table.

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29 Easy Natural Element Centerpieces- Let nature inspire your next centerpiece. These fall arrangements include gourds, flowers, fall leaves, nuts, and more to create gorgeous, fresh-from-outside tabletops that will brighten your day.

Red Leaves in Blue Vases- Create a stunning contrast in this fire-and-ice centerpiece by using bold red leaves and cool blue vases. A multitude of fresh red oak branches captures autumn’s essence while coastal blue vessels add showstopping pop.

Glass Cloche Fall Display- Bring the wonders and awe of fall inside using a beautiful, bounty-filled bell jar as a centerpiece. For the bottom, use a shallow terra-cotta bulb dish to spotlight mini pumpkins and a sprig of oak leaves on a bed of moss. Any terrarium, or even a glass cake cover, can stand-in. Let a few pumpkins, leaves, and an apple or two, spill outside the glass onto the table.

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Happy Fall Decorating!
The Jones Group @ Sunriver Realty

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