18 beautiful flower arrangement ideas for Thanksgiving 2021

Zan Passante

Whether you are looking for a hostess gift or need a way to dress up your table with a Thanksgiving centerpiece, flowers are the perfect solution! Honestly, you don’t even need to know much to artfully organize them, and by combining found objects, leaves, pine cones, or other decorative pieces, you will create a unique flower arrangement to wow your guests. guests. We also suggest thinking outside of the usual fall oranges and reds, if that’s more your thing. Subtle tone-on-tone colors provide a calming neutral palette, while pastel tones or bold reds provide an unexpectedly refreshing pop of color. Get inspired by these gorgeous ways to dress up your flower arrangements for upcoming Thanksgiving.

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Layer of deep colors

Opt for dark red and brown flowers punctuated with greenery and some seasonal fruits, such as green apples or pomegranates. Then introduce the contrast with decors that beckon the coast with wicker and blue and white.

BUY NOW The Catalina bouquet, $ 58


Transform a pumpkin

Place neutral-colored flowers in a faux pumpkin vase and it instantly becomes a stunning Thanksgiving centerpiece.

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BUY NOW Fake pumpkins, $ 27


Scatter your stems

Create a more casual vibe by scattering stem flowers over a center runner instead of bringing drama with height in a tall vase. A bright orange runner is also a perfect backdrop for a fall Thanksgiving.

BUY NOW Orange runner, $ 70


Rustic glam

Add glamor to a casual table with galvanized buckets overflowing with mums, anemones and other flowers in subdued colors. The contrast with the copper cups and cutlery is striking!

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BUY NOW Galvanized buckets, $ 20


Painting Fruits

Add some shiny glamor to your Thanksgiving flowers by painting your fruits gold and scattering them around. Pair them with metal cutlery for a cohesive whole.

BUY NOW Gold leaf finish, $ 13


Fruits and Flowers

Use an interesting container, like this rustic bowl, filled with pretty fresh fruit nestled on a bed of moss. Then bring in a few flowers here and there. Instant charm!

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BUY NOW Rustic wooden dish, $ 34


Individual Bud Vases

Just one button vase per place is an incredibly simple yet pretty solution for decorating your Thanksgiving table.

BUY NOW Small bud vases, $ 22


Bring the drama with a tall vase

Keep it simple and seasonal by arranging a few fall stems in a vase. Paired with effortlessly sleek linens, they look even more gorgeous.

BUY NOW Large stoneware vase, $ 34


Top it all off with purple

Play on the darker hues of fall with a bouquet of varying shades of burgundy in a simple white ceramic vase.

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BUY NOW Matte white vase, $ 17


Monochromatic beauty

Two different types of moms in similar soft tones highlight this arrangement. A clear glass vase does not detract from its elegant simplicity.

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BUY NOW Cylindrical glass vase, $ 15


Eucalyptus and candles

Arrange sprigs of seeded eucalyptus (found in most supermarket flower shelves) in the center of your table. Add some candles and some bright red apples, and voila! You have finished!

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BUY NOW Set of white candles, $ 27


Bold, bright and beautiful

Combine bold florals in an unexpected combination of bright orange, pink and yellow tones. A few succulents enhance the style factor.

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BUY NOW Mixed succulents, $ 18


Add citrus accents

For a more modern and dramatic Thanksgiving table, use sprawling stems that frame the space, then add bright orange citrus in a brass bowl.

BUY NOW Brass stand bowl, $ 32


The power of the sunflower

Arrange sunflowers in a real pumpkin, and this traditional summer flower is ready for Thanksgiving! Add stylish cattails and other seasonal flowers, such as carnations and mums, to complete the look.

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BUY NOW Dried cattails, $ 16


Leaves and berries

Leaves and berries (which can be real or fake) dress a crystal pedestal vase in the center of the table, while a single flower on each place setting greets guests. A small sunflower in fall tones is shown here, but you can also substitute a spider mum or a simple rose.

BUY NOW Glass pedestal vase, $ 30


A palette of roses

Apricot-colored roses (which have a lovely ombre effect) look ready in the fall with apples, mums, and matching colorful foliage. A flat wicker basket under the real pumpkin protects your tablecloth while adding color and texture.

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BUY NOW Flat wicker basket, $ 19


Pumpkin and Roses

How elegant (but easy!) Is this arrangement? Place a pale fairytale-like pumpkin (maybe even the one you grew yourself!) Gorgeous!

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BUY NOW Seeded eucalyptus bouquet, $ 21


Shades of pink

Who Said Pink Can’t Work For Thanksgiving? The lush buttercup showcases this beautiful display that works equally well with formal or casual cutlery. A rectangular ceramic planter keeps the arrangement low on the table so it doesn’t interfere with conversation.

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BUY NOW White rectangular planter, $ 15

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