The Thanksgiving holiday relies on the season’s traditional staples for decoration, and we never tire of pumpkins, fall flowers, foliage and berries placed artfully around the home. Here are some inspired decorating ideas to make this Thanksgiving your best ever!
Set your Thanksgiving table with a killer pumpkin tablescape. Scoop out pulp from small pumpkins to make DIY vases and fill them with fall flowers and berries. Surround these cute containers with smaller pumpkins and greenery on a table runner. These pumpkin vases make great party favors your guests can take home after dinner.
Welcome guests with a charming chalkboard you make by coating the inside of an old silver flea market tray with chalkboard paint. Write a message of welcome and finish by adding autumn leaves and bittersweet berries.
Burlap Wine Cover
Select a regional wine to serve your guests. Wrap the bottle with a scrap of rustic burlap and top with velvet ribbon. Stencil a short greeting on the burlap, and you’ve got a truly elegant addition to your table.
Magnolia Leaf Garland
Fashion a natural garland from a magnolia’s broad leaves to drape over your fireplace mantel or around a door frame. Start by collecting approximately 25 leaves for every foot of garland. Find the tutorial here.
Light up your holiday by tying sprigs of sage around plain white candles with basic twine. The look is effortless and elegant.
Ready for a Wreath Alternative?
When you want a fresh, new look for front door décor, hang giant wooden tags that proclaim your gratitude this Thanksgiving season. Get the tutorial here.
Corn Cob Name Tags
Help your guests find their place at the table with corn cobs spray-painted with gold and finished off with their names written in neat cursive on the husk. Try the tutorial at here.
Colorful Corn Wreath
Make use of a Thanksgiving staple by forming bunches of vibrant corn into a colorful wreath. Find the tutorial here.
Use all the traditional elements of Thanksgiving to fill a wicker basket. Savor the season with a cornucopia of pumpkins, corn, and berries.