15 Thanksgiving Centerpiece Ideas

Today I’m featuring fabulous and unique centerpieces for your Thanksgiving Day table. I hope you’ll be inspired this Thanksgiving with these lovely Thanksgiving pictures of gorgeous tables.

I found this beautiful creation over at It’s A Wonderful Life. She didn’t link to where she found it but thinks it can be done with 3 plates some clear glasses, Jelly Beans or Fruit, and leaves, pine cones, etc. It’s such a beautiful and unique centerpiece!

Sweet Designs has made a tutorial on how to create this fall stacking plates centerpiece/vignette.

I really like this idea from WindyCorner. You could put anything in this darling centerpiece. Adding the leaves and garland finished it off.

I found this centerpiece over at Buckets of Holiday Ideas. Turning wine glasses upside down and putting pumpkins inside them is such a darling and original idea.

Lemon Annie has several fun Thanksgiving centerpiece ideas. I thought these candles with nuts was a unique and simple centerpiece idea. I also really like the greenery and loose nuts around them, it finishes the look.

I found this adorned candle sticks & velvet leaf runner over at Cathie Flilian’s blog.

You can made these Harvest Candle Rings bending a piece of coat hanger into a circle. Next, wire on small stems of berries, leaves, and flowers using thin wire wound tightly around the base.

Poppy Paperie made a tutorial on how to make this altered tin tea light holder.

This is for all you scrap-crafters! JustRite Stampers made a tutorial on transforming the treat box into a centerpiece.

I adore the Over The Tipsy Top girls, so much OTT makes me happy. For this great centerpiece you will need orange flowers, skewers, floral foam, pumpkin stem, and leaves.

Life is Bee-utiful has hooked you up with a tutorial on how to make this lemon & flower centerpiece.

I found this pear centerpiece over at The Solomon Spot.

Cupcakes & Cutlery used the Candle Carver to make this simple and elegant apple centerpiece. This product carves out a perfect tea light-candle-shaped niche in a large variety of fruits and vegetables.

For me, Thanksgiving is centered around my kids so I had to feature this fun Pilgrim hat centerpiece. Fun!

I can’t remember if I’ve featured this tutorial before but I love it so much, it’s worth an extra post. Here is a tutorial on how to make roses from maple leaves. Gorgeous!!

Are you looking for more Thanksgiving inspiration? Check out my previous posts:

Day 1: Thanksgiving Place Cards
Thanksgiving Craft
Thanksgiving Food
Thanksgiving Traditions
More Thanksgiving Traditions
Thanksgiving Decor

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  1. Wow!! If only I had an ounce of this creativity!! 🙂 I love the upside-down wine glass idea! As usual–thanks for sharing!

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