5 Thanksgiving Centerpieces That Are Easy to Put Together

Aside from spending quality time with friends and family, Thanksgiving is all about the food. And what makes dinner an all the more special occasion? A beautifully set table. And one of our very favorite ways to make the table stand out is with centerpieces. So we rounded up 5 of our favorite ideas for Thanksgiving centerpieces that are easy to put together. Take a look at the list below to see all the details.

1. Persimmons 

persimmon centerpiece as a thanksgiving centerpiece

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Persimmons are not only one of the tastiest fruits of the season, but one of the prettiest too. Their bright orange color perfectly pairs with fall and their small shape makes it easy to style in bowls, cake plates, floral arrangements, and more.

2. Wheat 

wheat centerpiece as a thanksgiving centerpiece

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Wheat is a fun addition to any fall decor. It’s fun shape and neural color make it appealing to just about any centerpiece, and it stands alone beautifully, too. We love how this photo shows off a bouquet of wheat tied with pretty ribbon.

3. Pumpkins 

pumpkin centerpiece as a thanksgiving centerpiece

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Just because Halloween has passed, it doesn’t mean that pumpkin season is over. Whether you opt for orange, white, or even green, simply adding pumpkins to the center of your table instantly makes a festive occasion. For extra style, place pumpkins on top of cake stands.

4. Candles

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With such a variety of shapes, colors, and sizes available, candles make the perfect centerpiece for a Thanksgiving dinner. This holiday, try opting for candles with fun sayings like “blessed” or “gather” or opt for a copper candlesticks — a sure showstopper.

5. Pitchers 

pitcher centerpiece as a thanksgiving centerpiece

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Whether used as a standalone piece or as a vase, pitchers are a pretty way to jazz up your Thanksgiving table. Especially when it’s a pretty fall or neutral hue like white, copper, or red.

Which of these pieces do you plan on using in your Thanksgiving table? Be sure to let us know with a comment below, and don’t forget to check out more of our favorite Thanksgiving ideas, like unique ways to fold napkins, the guide to setting a proper table, and our list of easy last minute recipes.