35 Wedding Centerpieces to Steal for Your Thanksgiving Table
A beautiful Thanksgiving celebration isn't just a matter of the right food, wine, and company; it's a matter of the overall experience. There's so much that goes into the perfect Thanksgiving feast: friends and family, a festive, fun playlist, Grandma's recipes, and, of course, the perfectly set table. As a host, it can be a lot to take on—especially when you're feeding a crowd. And now we're adding one more very important detail to your holiday to-do list. A gorgeous centerpiece that brings your entire dinner table together.
Your Thanksgiving centerpiece should be a lush and bountiful reflection of the fall season. Luckily, there are as many ways to arrange the perfect fall display as there are things to be thankful for. Take a note from modern day wedding trends and use edible treats, like in-season fruits and veggies, as table décor. If you're feeling something more floral, don't get bogged down by "traditional" autumnal colorways. Moody purples, dusty pinks, and deep reds are all ways to keep florals feeling fresh. Other fall-appropriate details include brass vases, dramatic candelabras, and rustic lanterns, all of which would look lovely on any tablescape.
Here, we've rounded up a vast array of centerpieces you'll want to recreate for years to come. With options for a casual family dinner, fancy feast, and everything in between, there's an arrangement here for any type of Thanksgiving celebration.
Candle Stick and Scattered Fruit
This minimalist arrangement proves you don't have to go big to make an impact.
Take a note from this real wedding's centerpieces and add festive gourds and berries to add a fall vibe to your florals.
Colorful leaves, gem-toned blooms, and low-hanging pomegranates made an autumnal statement at this wedding, and it will lend a similar vibe to your dinner table.
Shades of Red
Flanked by two taper candles, this arrangement of red anemones, roses, and tulips, deep blue berry, and pine would make any tablescape Thanksgiving-ready.
A garland of branches, berries, and ranunculus made for wild but beautiful table décor at this fall wedding. The look would wow guests on your holiday table, too.
Silver antlers added a rustic touch to a box of pink and green blooms.
Skip the vase entirely and layer greens and florals in fall's most iconic colors.
Preserved brown sunflowers, braided wheat, and rust-colored leaves made a statement sans bold color.
Feathers and Eucalyptus
French Horn Vase
Lean towards the winter season to come with a brass French horn vase.
These muted pink florals almost have a dried flower effect.
Artichokes and Fiddlehead Ferns
This table arrangement has just about every autumnal accent there is: artichokes, figs, mums, berries, greens, and more.
Punctuated with red roses, a garland of greens and pomegranates looked even more fall-ready thanks to black taper candles.
Pomegranates and Limes
Drape berry sprigs over a bowl apples, pomegranates, and limes for a colorful harvest display.
Orange and Cream
This ornate brass vase gave a spray of hydrangea, rose, and greens some height.
Copper lanterns lit up this cabbage, pear, thistle, and gold acorn arrangement.
Glorify all your farmer's market finds by placing fresh produce onto a ceramic pedestal.
DRAMATIC STILL LIFE
If your Thanksgiving feast is served plated, a grape, plum, eggplant, greenery, and fresh flower garland is a beautiful way to fill the table.
FRUIT AND FLORA
Pears, grapes, beets, pomegranates, peonies, violets, and cotinus all made the cut for this wooden pedestal centerpiece.
DARK WINTRY TONES
This animal skull stuffed with banksia, peonies, roses, protea, pieris buds, and poppy pods brought a touch of the bohemian to this harvest feast.
BOWLS OF FRUIT
The centerpieces at this wedding showcased a beautiful fall color palette—small bowls of figs, ornamental pomegranates, and berries were the finishing touches.
RUSTIC BOUNTY BOXES
MOSS DOWN THE MIDDLE
This wedding went with a woodsy look by lining the center of their tables with moss, ferns, and clematis.
Double-decker arrangements of fresh veggies, herbs, and locally grown flowers fall right in line with the bountiful Thanksgiving aesthetic.
Skip the florals entirely and adorn your table with bunches of eucalyptus and greenery.
WHEAT AND FOLIAGE
This colorful display allows you and your guests to go leaf-peeping from the comforts of your dining room.
Clusters of pomegranates, persimmons, and kumquats polished off a green garland and brass candlesticks.
The very best kind of Thanksgiving centerpiece is obviously the one you can eat.