Create a seasonal harvest table with these simple ideas for centerpieces.
Mason Jars and Candles
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Keep it simple and use floating candles
as your centerpiece. They’ll glisten in clear Mason jars.
Photo by Courtesy Eddie Rodd / The Nest
Need to whip up a last-minute Thanksgiving centerpiece? Get creative with items you have around the house. Eddie Ross made this centerpiece of cranberries, walnuts and white pumpkins, assembled in an ironstone leaf compote and platter.
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Twigs and Branches
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Head outside and be a backyard scavenger for materials to make a rustic-chic centerpiece.
Sweet Something Designs made this centerpiece using a wooden charger, two glass vases (get two that fit into each other), twigs, acorns and ribbon.
Photo by Courtesy Anders Ruff / The Nest
created this harvest table decor with a fresh twist. He chose to use colors from artichokes, wheat, Bosc pears, green apples, ivory pumpkins, acorns and pine cones. Click here
to buy his printables to get the look.
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A Thanksgiving centerpiece doesn’t have to be orange and brown. One Charming Party
created this elegant centerpiece using a white pumpkin and white tulips.
Photo by Courtesy Cristi Holcombe / The Nest
Interior designer and blogger Cristi Holcombe
personalized her pumpkin centerpiece with her initial, then placed it on a burlap runner to ground the arrangement.
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Layla from The Lettered Cottage made this fresh centerpiece using items from around her house. She grabbed a glass pitcher, a white plate and a rattan charger. Then, she picked up tiny limes at the market and gathered branches and berries from her backyard. Voila! A high-design Thanksgiving centerpiece.
Want more? Here are 9 easy centerpiece ideas for any occasion.