Halloween is over & the countdown to Thanksgiving is on!
Let’s fact it, organizing Thanksgiving dinner, shopping with the masses, cooking frantically and making it all look and taste good takes time, effort and a lot of will power. Decorating is the fun part so I’m sharing with you 4 centerpiece ideas and inspirations so you’re not left empty handed without a centerpiece to grace your table on the big day.
These can all be made days in advance (if flowers are used, then they’ll need to be tucked in at the last minute) freeing up your time to stir the pots and baste the turkey. By the way, each of these Thanksgiving centerpiece ideas also has a video to guide you through the steps. Enjoy!
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Step 1: 1- a Fall Centerpiece, California Style, That’s Right on for Your Thanksgiving Table
If you”re looking with something with a little height check out this Fall Centerpiece, California Style, That’s Right On For Your Thanksgiving Table
Step 2: 2- a Fall Centerpiece With Succulents, Santa Barbara Style
If you’re anything like me & LOVE to use succulents as much as you can check out this Fall Centerpiece With Succulents, Santa Barbara Style
Step 3: 3- a Quick, Inexpensive Thanksgiving Centerpiece Your Guests Will Love
If you love flowers & would like to include a bit of bloomy goodness check out this Quick, Inexpensive Thanksgiving Centerpiece Your Guests Will Love
Step 4: 4- I Ate My Thanksgiving Centerpiece!
If you’re looking for a bit of the unusual using trendy air plants: I Ate My Thanksgiving Centerpiece!
I love these centerpieces because not only are they easy to put together but after the big day is over, most of the ingredients used can be eaten (excepting the flowers, foliages, succulents and air plants of course).
Putting things together can be stressful so why not take a bit of the pressure off and get the table decor done in advance.
These centerpieces, or tablescapes, would also be beautiful on a buffet table. The fruits of the season put to good use!
I’m wishing you & your family a wonderful Thanksgiving,