Do you host Thanksgiving? If you do, I have a Thanksgiving centerpiece or two that you might like. They’re easy and don’t cost a lot!
This one only takes a few pumpkins, a couple of candles, and some fall picks. You can do a whole lot with fall picks!
Again, pumpkins and fall picks!
An autumn dough bowl is also a good choice, it’s low so your guests can see each other and when you fill it with pumpkins and gourds it’s perfect.
(Add scrunched up plastic bags in the bottom to lift the arrangement.)
A hollowed out fake pumpkin and a few autumn picks make an easy and pretty Thanksgiving centerpiece.
One year I decided to do a fall centerpiece in soft colors. I used a wooden trough full of dried hydrangeas, candles, painted acorns, and soft color pumpkins.
Whatever you decide to use as a Thanksgiving centerpiece, it’s the people around the table that make the day!