No Thanksgiving dinner table is complete without a centerpiece. Wow your guests with any of Treetopia’s picks for pretty centerpieces that you can make at home.
Fall Tealight Holder from Poppy Paperie
This earthy Thanksgiving table centerpiece from Poppy Paperie is perfect for welcoming the charm of fall into your home. It’s easy to make and is quite affordable too. All you need to do is cover a metal tray with pattern paper, and decorate it with leaf cut-outs, some ribbons, and a couple of buttons. Fill the base container with pebbles, tea votives, and votive cups, and you’ve got yourself an impressive centerpiece.
Fall Lantern from Sweet Something Designs
Spread a warm glow across your Thanksgiving feast with a beautiful fall lantern that makes an easy focal point. To make this table centerpiece decoration, Sweet Something Designs dressed up a simple lantern with a burlap ribbon, fall foliage, berries, and pine cones. You can also use a decorative birdcage or even a birdhouse. Candles of varying heights complete the look.
Thanksgiving Jars from Tatertots and Jello
Tatertots & Jello created this cute, easy, inexpensive centerpiece that you can easily make at home for Thanksgiving. Coat the inside of spaghetti jars with paint, add some pretty labels, and use the jars to display your fall foliage. By changing the prints into something more appropriate, you can even reuse these no-fuss table centerpieces for other occasions.
Cinnamon Stick Candles from Home Stories A to Z
Keep the warmth and aroma of fall in your home with an easy craft that you’ll be able to complete in less than 20 minutes. To make this pretty Thanksgiving centerpiece from Home Stories A to Z, all you need are cinnamon sticks, candles, a rubber band, and some ribbon or twine. You can adapt this look for Christmas by adding holly berries.
Candle and Coffee Bean Centerpiece from Calm Cradle
Add depth to your Thanksgiving feast by gracing your table with a rustic centerpiece that features a rich blend of colors, textures, and scents. Calm Cradle created this pretty décor using a few bags of coffee beans, round glass vases, raffia, a votive candle for each vase, and a round pan (preferably something with history or character).
Chevron Pumpkins from My Sweet Savannah
What better way to celebrate the Thanksgiving harvest feast than by creating a centerpiece using pumpkins, only this time, in a much cooler approach! A great twist on the traditional pumpkin, My Sweet Savannah’s chevron pumpkins will be a sure hit during Thanksgiving dinner. Try using vibrant paint hues to add a pop of color to your fall table.
Pumpkin Candle Holders from Twig and Thistle
Take a step away from traditional fall colors with a shiny metallic palette. Generously covered with glitter, these DIY pumpkin candle holders are destined to be the star of your Thanksgiving table. To turn any foam gourd into a pretty fall accessory, follow these simple tricks from Twig & Thistle.
Give your table a festive look with a fabulous, easy-to-make Thanksgiving centerpiece that’s perfect for fall gatherings!