Thanksgiving Centerpiece Ideas

Dress up your Thanksgiving table with beautiful centerpieces from the garden.

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Fall Harvest Centerpiece

This fragrant apple cinnamon centerpiece is good enough to eat.

Classic Centerpiece

This rustic cornucopia is a traditional Thanksgiving centerpiece option.

Take It Outside

Hosting your Thanksgiving feast outdoors? Outfit your table with this cold-hardy, kale and gourd centerpiece.

A Giving Tree

Invite guests around your Thanksgiving table to share what they are thankful for and what they would like to give to others in the upcoming year by making this giving tree.

Autumn Fruit Tree

Bring the colors of fall to your Thanksgiving table with a grapevine and clementine tree.

Edible Centerpiece

Look closely — this amazing edible fall centerpiece uses colorful ornamental kale, asparagus stalks and artichokes instead of flowers.

Go Green

Skip the typical fall hues and fill your table with lush grasses in simple glass vases.

A Sunny Centerpiece

Put the rest of your pumpkins to use: paint petals radiating out from your pumpkin's stem, then surround it with clippings from your fall garden.

Just Beachy

Celebrating Thanksgiving by the beach? Try a charming coastal pumpkin centerpiece.

Acorn Place Card Holder

Make these adorable acorn place holders.

Herb Cage

Try filling a decorative container with potted herbs for a simple and fragrant centerpiece.

Squirrely Place Cards

Succulents, moss and chalkboard are all you need to make these playful, living place cards.

Simple Grapevine Pumpkin Centerpiece

This simple, grapevine pumpkin uses a branch from your yard and can be made in a pinch.

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