Thanksgiving Decor

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, which means it’s prime time to start pulling together all of your harvest favorites!

Whether you’re hosting Thanksgiving dinner, cooking for a party of 1, or just want to enjoy a beautifully decorated fall space all the way up until December, you’ve made it to the right place.

Let's check out 15 Thanksgiving Decor Ideas to Brighten Up Your 2020:

1. Floral Centerpiece

If you’re looking to brighten up a Thanksgiving dinner table, whether you’re hosting Thanksgiving dinner, attending as a guest, or can’t celebrate in person and want to send a gift a vibrant floral centerpiece is the way to go. 

And there are sooo many creative ways to spice up a floral centerpiece nowadays. 

Elle Magazine did a feature on Amaryllis Floral and Event Design using a two-tiered fruit dish to create an unexpected and energetic combination of oranges and flowers – the sky’s the limit!

Don’t forget; you’re not limited to a standard vase or cornucopia either! Let your local florist work their magic and create something unique that matches both you and your home!

2. Harvest Place Settings

Whether you’re a host of 1 guest or 10 guests, the right place setting is everything. 

Not only is Thanksgiving a time to share a meal with family and friends, but it’s also the perfect time to put your host/hostess skills on display – show them what you’ve got! 

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3. Festive Runners

Table runners are the perfect way to add a little pop of color to your dinner table. Think of them as the jazz hands of your tablecloth.

4. Fall Tablecloths

Pair your tablecloth with a runner, or let it shine on its own! 

5. Thanksgiving Glassware

If you love flowers and you love a good drink, these Harvest Bloom Tumblers are for you. 

But if you’re looking for something a bit more simple that still encompasses the Thanksgiving spirit, check out these Celebrate Fall Together stemless wine glasses. 

6. Dress Up Your Chairs

Why save this one for just weddings? 

All you need is any ribbon of your choice…that’s literally it! 

This a budget-friendly, easy, and beautiful way to spice up your dining chairs!

7. Unique Candle Holders

For your dining table, of course.

Ok, these are actually super cool, so get ready…

8. Garland

Take advantage of that mantlepiece or railing!

Don’t have either?

Consider draping your garland down the center of your table as a fun play on a table runner instead! 

9. Pillows

Because you can never have too many accent pillows.

10. Spice Up Your Bar Cart

Whether you’re stocking up coffees and teas or liquors and wines, a plain old bar cart just won’t do.

Here’s some of our favorite inspos:

11. Flowers Everywhere

It’s a known fact that you can never have too many flowers. They’re beautiful (obviously) but also bring warmth and elegance to any space.

Put them on a mantle, the entryway table, on the kitchen island, in the bathroom, or our personal favorite: a simplistic arrangement on the bedside table to enjoy after a long day of eating anything and everything!

Order from a local florist near you to ensure you get exactly what you’re looking for. 

 

12. Candles, Candles, and More Candles

A true autumn essential, a clean house is never complete without a fall candle, company, or no company. Do it for yourself.

13. Warm Lighting

If you really want to set the mood, warm, brassy lighting is a must (not to mention they’ll pair beautifully with your floral centerpiece). 

14. Fresh Greenery

Use fresh eucalyptus, ferns, or seeded eucalyptus from your local florist to drape across your dining room table or order a bunch or two in a vase for a simple but lush look. 

15. Cinnamon Sticks … Everywhere

Because they just smell like fall, don’t they!? 

  • Pop a few sticks in a vase for a warm, modern look
  • Slide them into napkin rings
  • Rest them on top of your plate settings
  • Spread some out across the table (mini cinnamon sticks work best for this) 

You’ve got your Thanksgiving decor sorted, up next? Some new recipes ideas for your Thanksgiving table, perhaps?

Check out these Fall Garden to Table Recipes that are sure to become a new Thanksgiving family staple!

Follow us on Instagram, @givelovingly and tag us in all of your fab Thanksgiving decor projects! 

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