Thanksgiving is often a time when family reunites together to share their gratitude for one another. Many families also try to have a fancy meal prepared to wow some of the family. members that they may not have seen since the last holiday season. If you’re looking to find some nice flower bouquets to give your Thanksgiving table a great finishing touch, here are some you need to check out!
1. Use a pumpkin flower vase with some fall color flowers.
This would look amazing as the main centerpiece for your next Thanksgiving feast. Pumpkins scream “Thanksgiving time” so it will be sure to make your guests feel the holiday cheer a little bit more. Personally, I think sunflowers look so good in this vase!
2. Grab an Autumn-themed jar with lilies!
Lilies are gorgeous flowers that come in all the Thanksgiving colors. You can use Autumn-themed jars to have a more holiday-themed aroma around your house. Using a few as table centerpieces will also add a homey, cute appeal.
3. Fruit mixed in with some flowers!
Fruit and flowers make a cute, simple combination! It’s unique and a great way to add some charm to your Thanksgiving meal. You can place the flowers and fruit in a jar or even a rustic looking plate to add an outdoorsy style to it.
4. Use a tall vase as a centerpiece.
Tall vases make great centerpieces for your Thanksgiving meal. They’re easy to find and don’t require that much effort to do! So keep things simple and add some pretty flowers in a tall vase. The roses look amazing in the picture below!
5. Add some darker purple color flowers for a different kind of feel.
Normally people wouldn’t think of purple as a typical autumn color, but dark purple looks just as festive. If you want to try something different, try placing some dark purple flowers in a bouquet and people will definitely be drawn to it as they’re not as popular!
6. Add a small bouquet of autumn colored flowers on everyone’s plate!
This adds for some personalization to your table! It’s a great table decoration idea as everyone gets their own mini bouquet of flowers. If you have a lot of people coming over you can also use the flowers as a prop for the name tag.
7. Add Eucalyptus and Mini Pumpkins down the center of your table!
Eucalyptus really fits in with the whole autumn vibe. You can find them at most floral stores! Line your table with Eucalyptus and add some cute, mini decorative pumpkins to add more festivity to your table!
8. Make a bouquet of succulents in a pumpkin!
Yes, it is possible to use a real pumpkin as a decorative vase for your Thanksgiving feast! Plus, succulents are a fun, unique choice to make your home really stand out. So maybe this year instead of your traditional flower bouquet, switch it up a bit with some succulents!
9. Make your home smell amazing with some fragrant herbs!
Along with the aroma of your fabulous Thanksgiving meal, add to it by using some fragrant herbs such as lavender or basil. Don’t worry it won’t distract everyone from the food! It will only make everyone feel more grateful and ready for the holiday season!
10. Add some vegetables to your flower bouquet.
If you want to go for a flower bouquet that’s less traditional and something that will catch someone’s eye, try adding some vegetables! I mean Thanksgiving is all about the food so why not add it into a flower bouquet too? One of the most popular vegetables that people use in their flower bouquet is artichoke! It’s something different!
11. Mix some bright colored flowers along with the traditional fall color scheme.
There’s no need to only include Thanksgiving colors, you can also mix in some bright, fun colors too! Adding some other bright colors will set your flower bouquet apart from all of the traditional flower bouquets that people always see on Thanksgiving.
12. Chinese lantern flowers are always a bold, easy choice.
It’s okay if you didn’t plan out your Thanksgiving bouquet ahead of time! Chinese lantern flowers are easy to find at any grocery store or floral store during the autumn season. They literally scream fall and they look so beautiful! Even if you are shopping last minute, your table will still look Thanksgiving ready with a bouquet of these flowers.
13. Add a candle amidst your autumn flower bouquet.
Candles are a great way to set the mood for a Thanksgiving dinner! Plus the flowers will stand out even more with the light of the candles!
14. Stay lowkey with some light pastel flowers and pumpkins!
Mix it up this Thanksgiving with some light pastels! Pastels are gorgeous and aren’t as traditional as the normal fall colors. They look amazing with some white mini pumpkins as well!
15. Spice up your door with an autumn colored wreath!
Usually, wreaths are only put up on Christmas, but they actually have Thanksgiving wreaths as well! The second everyone arrives at your house, they will immediately feel like it’s Thanksgiving when they see your autumn-themed wreath!
16. Just a bouquet of roses!
Roses are such a pretty, festive flower that always looks so good on a Thanksgiving table. You know what they say…always take time to smell the roses. Well, in this case, your family can come in and smell them inside your home!
17. Make it feel even more like fall with a vase full of pinecones and flowers!
Pinecones are a fall staple! So why not fill a vase with them as a base for some gorgeous flowers? Nothing else says fall more like pinecones.
Everyone definitely goes all out on the decorations for Thanksgiving. These flower arrangements are a great addition to your home to help get everyone in the Thanksgiving spirit! Just remember though, no matter how your decorations turn out, Thanksgiving is really all about spending time with your loved ones and cherishing the good things in your life.
Do you love any of these Thanksgiving flower bouquets? Let us know in the comments below!
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Caitlyn is a third-year student at UCLA. She is majoring in English. She enjoys writing, and going to hot yoga classes and, of course, binge-watching Netflix. At UCLA, Caitlyn is a feature writer for HER Campus, part of the American Cancer Society club, and a member of Alpha Gamma Delta.