I have shared so many different fall looks this year. I have them all rounded up all up in one place so it would be easy for you to find. Since Thanksgiving comes before Christmas, and Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, I wanted to share a another centerpiece idea with you. Did you see the one I shared last week? It is so simple. This one is also very simple. You guys know I am a neutral person using lots of whites. But I wanted to share a Thanksgiving centerpiece idea using traditional fall colors.
I used the same maple leaf garland that I used in my last centerpiece as my starting point. I set this table for four so I wound the garland around the middle so that each person had a clear spot for their dinner ware. And then I started adding other artificial leaves around the garland to add different color and interest.
I added a maple leaf stem to each place setting to give the dinnerware a back drop… almost using it as one would a place mat. I thought these pheasant tail feathers gave it a completely differently look and added some darker colors which I wanted. And then I popped in some traditional burnt orange pumpkins along with a few white ones.
I wanted the darker colors of the pheasant tail feathers because I knew I was going to set the table with my black and white dot stoneware dishes for this Thanksgiving table setting. Just an FYI, these dishes are such excellent quality. And then I added my gold flatware to match the gold rim on the dishes.
What would a centerpiece be without candles? I mixed new with old by adding some very simple and inexpensive new gold candlesticks with a few of my vintage brass ones. And then I added my absolute favorite beeswax candles. I always share these because they are such great quality and burn like no other taper candles that I’ve had.
I hope you enjoyed this Thanksgiving centerpiece using all of the traditional colors of fall. The trees are coming out this weekend.. but I wanted to share this look with you quick. And who knows, I may be adding some other Thanksgiving decor in here and there between the Christmas trees. ???? We currently have Halloween and fall decorations in tubs here in the living room, several Christmas trees that just arrived, and a Thanksgiving table set. We are all confused here.