As Thanksgiving rolls around, it’s time to start getting ready for the big feast! Even if you’re having a small group this year, you can still take your dining room decor up a notch by creating an eye-catching table centerpiece or tablescape.
Read on for some creative and festive ideas to help transform your Thanksgiving dinner into something extra special. Whether you’re looking to craft homemade decorations or stick with materials found in nature, these inspirational tips are sure to give your celebratory spread that extra boost of seasonal cheer!
White Pumpkin and Eucalyptus
This Thanksgiving, why not take some inspiration from nature and create a beautiful tablescape with white pumpkins and eucalyptus? From woven table runners to greenery, this thanksgiving décor is sure to bring an aura of coziness into any home.
Leave room for creativity by adding special seasonal touches such as sprigs of sage or rosemary – whether you choose earthy greens or light neutrals, you’re bound to have a bright celebration that everyone can enjoy!
I love this Thanksgiving tablescape using white pumpkins, eucalyptus garland, and gold votives. It’s very simple, but just my style.
This Thankgiving centerpiece is quite the same as above, using almost all the same neutral color palate, but decorated in a different way.
Once again, this might be my favorite neutral colors for Thanksgiving (and all year round frankly). You can arrange greenery, candles, and white pumpkins in any manner to make this gorgeous tablescape.
True Autumn Colors
Velvet red pumpkins and rich gold leaves make this is a Thanksgiving tablescape to remember.
Gray and Warm Fall Tones
I love the gray mixed with warm fall tones and the floral centerpiece coming out of the white pumpkin as the centerpiece.
Green Pumpkins and Cabbage
Similar to above, this tables cape features loads of greenery, from pumpkins to cabbage, and eucalyptus as well. I love using cabbage for my front porch and this is just as nice!
Pine, Orange, and Pinecones
You can create this Thanksgiving tablescape using pine from your own backyard! Simply trim some branches, grab some pinecones, and you’ll have a gorgeous natural setting for the holiday. DOn’t forget to work in some small orange pumpkins!
Again with the greenery and orange theme, you can’t go wrong! For this orange touch they used actual oranges, as well as Jack-be-little pumpkins.
Neutral Babysbreath and Candlelight
Use white berries or baby’s breath combined with white and cream pumpkins to create this look. Finish it off with black lanterns and tall candlesticks for this beautiful centerpiece. I love the addition of the wooden placemats as well for this farmhouse rustic look.
Burnt Orange with Blue Tones
I love this fall color scheme incorporating burnt orange, subtle yellows, blues, and greenery. I would never normally think of adding blue to my Thanksgiving tablescape, but this is perfection!
Candlelit Neutrals and Large Vase
This Thanksgiving centerpiece is so simplistic and can be used all year round, however it adds a touch of fall decor in there as well. The dark maroon leafy centerpiece takes over in addition to the neutral fabric runner.
Autumn Leaves and Pine
This is true Thanksgiving tablescape with loads of autumn colors. From pumpkins, cranberries, pinecones, and greenery, it adds a beautiful zest to the table.
Creams and Greenery
Orange Pumpkins and Greenery
Creams and Autumn Colors
I love this blend of the cream pumpkins with traditional Autumn colors. Mixing in eucalyptus with berries, acorns, and pumpkins, this is a gorgeous setting for Thanksgiving.
Garden Pot White Autumn Display
This centerpiece is gorgeous and my idea of Thanksgiving neutrals! White pumpkins, eucalyptus and roses added to this gorgeous vase will have your guests talking about it all night! Get the DIY tutorial here.
These pink pastel pumpkins and dry florals are gorgeous on this pink tablsescape. The beaded chargers and gold berries bring out some gold accents as well.
Now that you have these wonderful Thanksgiving centerpiece ideas, why not take the extra step and add a little sparkle to your holiday décor? Get creative with the designs, use colors, textures, and other embellishments to really bring your arrangement to life.
Even if you’re on a budget, you can still make an eye-catching centerpiece for your family or guest’s meal table. Remember to focus on what matters most–the company around the table! So set the tone this Thanksgiving season by creating an unforgettable centerpiece that everyone will be sure to marvel at.