If you’ve been busy thinking about your Thanksgiving meal, or the 20 people coming to your house, you’ve probably forgotten about the table decor. NO worries, we’ve got you covered.
The right table decor ties together the sincerity of the occasion with the celebratory atmosphere. Handmade is definitely in, while bland, boring flower vase designs are definitely out.
Between perfecting your turkey and pies, don't forget the rest of the holiday table. Wow guests with these rustic Thanksgiving table decorating ideas, and get more DIY ideas for table settings and place cards.
The options for mood lighting are endless. This project features a squat, scooped-out Cinderella pumpkin wrapped with trailing ivy.
Use embroidery floss to give stalks of wheat some colorful flair.
Get the complete tutorial at Inspired by Charm
Create a floral centerpiece fit for Thanksgiving by adding berries or mini pumpkins to an arrangement of red, orange and yellow flowers. HGTV fan patrick paired this warm floral centerpiece with ice-blue place mats for a striking contrast.
Who said Thanksgiving tables have to be dressed to the nines? Blogger Alice ditched a table runner in favor of an elegant arrangement of succulents, gourds, and indian corn.
Get the complete tutorial at Thoughts From Alice
This DIY is both festive and sentimental. Forks serve as photo holders and chalkboard paint allows family members to write on the feathers.
Get the complete tutorial at Dandelion Patina
You don't have to buy brand-new dinnerware to create a beautiful Thanksgiving table. Self topped simple white plates with crimson napkins for a splash of rich, seasonal color.
Gilded Fruit Centerpiece
Cover artificial pomegranates with copper leaf for festive décor that will never spoil. Just insert wooden skewers into artificial pomegranates. Coat each with adhesive ($7.56) Stand Skewers upright in a piece of Styrofoam: let pomegranates dry until tacky (about 7 minutes). Following manufacturer’s instructions, apply sheets of copper leaf ($8.28) until pomegranate is covered. Repeat with each pomegranates. Display on a tray, in a bowl, or on a cake stand.
With coffee beans and pumpkin spice candles, this project smells good as it looks.
Get the complete tutorial at Calm Cradle
Warm up your holiday table with a scentsational centerpiece — dress pillar candles with dried oranges, lemons, and limes. Using a glue gun, connect the citrus slices to each other, forming a band around the base of each candle.
Metallics and Whites
Metallic candle holders, frosted pinecones, and white pumpkins stand out against a dark stained wood table runner.
See more at Blooming Home Stead
Give your show-stopping meal a show-stopping ambiance. These easy and elegant Thanksgiving centerpieces make wonderful decorations at any time of the year and can be easily converted for the other coming holidays. Happy Thanksgiving!