Floral centerpieces are classics, and even if it’s fall and everybody’s going for veggie and fruit centerpieces, you can always rock a traditional floral one. It can be a very simple arrangement in a pumpkin vase or a refined and chic one of more modern style, take a look how to decorate your tablescape for Thanksgiving.
This beautiful and chic Thanksgiving or fall floral arrangement is a nice and stylish idea you can realize yourself using this tutorial. This centerpiece requires dahlias in 3 different colors, baby’s breath and eucalyptus. Making it is simple and you can easily add a refined touch for your Thanksgiving table with this arrangement.
This dramatic and bold floral arrangement is amazing! It will easily fit a stylish fall or Thanksgiving tablescape and it includes dahlias, chrysanthemums, grasses, and greenery. I love the contrast between light pink and deep purple and burgundy blooms, it’s very sophisticated. Grasses will add a truly fall feel to the tablescape and will make it cozier.
This fall or Thanksgiving floral arrangement shows fall marigolds and gold hues at their best! It includes ivory marigolds, ivory mums, golden-yellow mums, cress, dried baptisia pods, dried teasel flowers and dried branches. Of course, you can vary the flowers you take and not include those that you don’t like – read how to arrange these cool blooms for your centerpiece.
Here’s a pretty centerpiece in peachy and burgundy shades, this is a truly fall arrangement with lush greenery, and it looks very modern. The arrangement contains rudbeckia dahlias (yellowy-peach and burgundy), baptisia foliage and olive foliage – this is my favorite component that gives a unique texture and look to the centerpiece. Enjoy!
This lush and bright floral fall and Thanksgiving centerpiece with garden roses and gladiolus would make the prettiest centerpiece for your Thanksgiving dinner – I’m totally excited about the colors! The arrangement includes gladiolus, Juliet garden roses, ranunculus, berries, coxcomb and autumn foliage. I love berries and foliage that give an amazingly textural look to the centerpiece. Wow!
This lush and bright Thanksgiving or fall centerpiece is amazing with its bold shades. Bittersweet branches set the stage for colorful tansies, dahlias, and marigolds, while asters and tansies add delicate texture and small pops of color. Some fresh eucalyptus adds a fresh feel to this super bold floral arrangement and make it calmer. Cool!
This fall or Thanksgiving centerpiece is a bit moody, yet stylishly bold. It includes a variety of deep reds, russets and greens, though you may add your own shades of fall that you like. The tutorial is pretty simple, you can use it to make a cool arrangement very fast and it will be a bold decoration on the table.
This extra bold fall and Thanksgiving centerpiece will bring a lot of color to your tablescape. It includes hydrangeas, red peonies, marigolds, dark red roses, red coxcomb, yellow celosia, orange snapdragons, dusty miller, seeded eucalyptus, dried eucalyptus. It looks very bright and very chic, and eucalyptus calms down the bold colors a bit. Watch a video tutorial to make crafting easier and infuse your table with bright colors!
The last but not least for today is a neutral Thanksgiving centerpiece that isn’t done in bold and bright fall colors but will make your space calm and chic. The centerpiece is done in a heirloom pumpkin, there’s floral foam inside and some white blooms, berries and cabbages for adding a touch of natural color to the arrangement. Get inspired!