35 Thanksgiving Centerpieces That Set a Festive and Stylish Scene

Your Thanksgiving table will be 100% 'gram worthy.

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Cooking (and then eating) might be the number one priority on your Thanksgiving to do list, but you may want to take a little time to consider decorating your table. Not too much time, don't worry—we know how busy it gets. That's why we came up with 35 pretty Thanksgiving centerpieces that won't take too long to put together. You could throw some mini pumpkins on there and call it a day, but these pretty displays will convince you to be a little bit more creative than that. Why have just a few mini pumpkins when you could have a runner of gourds?! Exactly.

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Gourd-eous Gourds

Pile multi-colored gourds on your tabletop and use as a runner. It's easy, cheap, and looks insanely festive.

See more at Sugar & Cloth.

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DAVID TSAY
Go Rainbow

Orange and brown? For Thanksgiving? Definitely not groundbreaking. This year, include the rest of the rainbow, or at least add splashes of pink and green as done here. Line the center of the table with rustic lantern and vases. To keep it in line with the fall vibes, use bales of hang with gingham cloth covers as seats.

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Keep It Simple

Emily Henderson's Thanksgiving table is everything ours aspires to be—it's warm and modern, totally inviting, and definitely not fussy.

See more at Emily Henderson.

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ZAN PASSANTE
Make It Kid-Friendly

Don't forget about the kid's table. Take note from this one styled by Sugar & Charm and place orange pillows on the grounds floor cushions and then add a few pint-sized pumpkins, vases, and candles as a centerpiece.

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Cheetah Is the New Black
Try a Muted Palette

If you're tired of orange and black come the Thanksgiving feast, opt for a muted, earthy tablescape with hints (not the color palette!) of fall. An early fall al fresco dinner party is the perfect way to transition to the new season. Plus, it's always a good call to take it outside and enjoy the weather while you still can. And instead of flowers, use large candles and fall fruits like pears to animate the table.

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Orange on Orange

Accent an orange tablecloth with greenery and fresh oranges. Bonus: It'll make your table smell heavenly.

See more at Coco Kelley.

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Rachel Whiting
Stick to One Color

To make your rustic farmhouse table a little dressier for the holiday without making it look out of place, add a voluminous, laidback floral arrangement and use French linens. And sticking within a super simple two or three tone color scheme can also make your life a lot easier. Here, they went with light brown, dark gray, and red.

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Color, Color, Color

You could decorate your table in classic reds, browns, and oranges, but pastels look way more modern and fun. Pink, yellow, blue—anything is fair game.

See more at Sugar & Cloth.

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Reid Rolls
Draw the Eye Up

How do you make a Friendsgiving dinner party festive and on-theme without spending a ton or being cheesy? Draw the eye up with a disco ball and then set the table with your classic dinnerware. We love how it adds some playful kitsch and glitz to this otherwise neutral dining room in a converted garage designed by Leanne Ford Interiors.

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Cheetah Is the New Black
Use Fall Fruits

Stock up on flint corn, permissions, and pomegranates to put together a centerpiece in a pinch. Heaped in a pretty bowl on the coffee table, or stacked on a cake stand in the dining room, the produce speaks for itself. In this tablescape styled by Cheetah Is the New Black, a muted red tablecloth and wooden serveware creates an easy-going atmosphere.

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DIY Paper Leaf Thanksgiving Table Runners

Ask your kiddos if you can borrow their colored construction paper for this super quick DIY. It costs nothing, but looks seriously impressive.

Get the tutorial at Momtastic

More: Love to DIY? Here Are 10 Homemade Thanksgiving Wreath Ideas

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Let Them Eat Cake

Get everyone excited for arguably the best part of the meal by using mini cakes to decorate your T-Day table. Top them with DIY edible toppers like pies and corn to make it feel seasonal.

Get the tutorial at Sugar & Cloth.

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Pretty in Pink

You might shy away from pink in the fall, but it's super elegant when paired with white and copper accents.

See more at Sugar and Cloth.

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DIY Balloon Centerpiece

What's a party without balloons? Use them as your Turkey Day table runner and you'll knock out two decor must-haves in one.

Get the tutorial at Sugar & Cloth.

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Cheetah Is the New Black
Keep It Super Simple

This fall dinner party is effortlessly chic, thanks to the loose, hanging napkins tucked under the plates. The splatter paint cups also add a chic contemporary edge in this spread by Cheetah Is the New Black.

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Pomegranates + Greenery

Give your table garland a pop of color with fresh pomegranates. Add some candlesticks for an atmospheric glow.

See more at Sugar and Charm.

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Nicole Franzen
Add Citrus

Roses paired with citrus and wispy branches makes for a dramatic and colorful centerpiece, no matter the season. Surrounded by black candles, this tablescape is the perfect blend of edgy and whimsical.

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Thanksgiving Tree

Who says Christmas gets to have the monopoly on trees? A mini Thanksgiving tree makes a show-stopping centerpiece—especially on a small table.

See more at Lia Griffith.

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Ella Claire
Understated Centerpiece

White pumpkins offer a subtle alternative to their brightly-colored cousins. Line them up on a wooden board for a perfectly rustic display.

Get the tutorial at Ella Claire.

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Julie Blanner
Purple Corn

Complement purple corn with a matching ribbon. It makes a festive centerpiece, or an easy, DIY gift.

Get the tutorial at Julie Blanner

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Kana Okada
Creamware and Flowers

Peppy dahlias (plus some raspberry branches and dill weed) pop even more in neutral vases. Just keep the bouquets short enough that guests can still see each other.

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Christopher Baker
Bowl of Pears

Pick up the turkey and the centerpiece at the grocery store this year. You can even recycle the brown paper bags as "leaves" that list what your family is thankful for.

Get the tutorial at Good Housekeeping.

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seasonal floral arrangement
Pam Zsori
Apples and Berries

Roses look gorg year-round, but a few seasonal touches don't hurt. Add McIntosh apples and gray brunia—those pretty silvery berries—for an unexpected twist.

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Ryan Liebe
Potted Cacti

Unexpected, sure, but we're so here for these miniature succulents running the length of this Turkey-day table.

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Christopher Baker
Nutty Candles

No watering, trimming, or arranging required. Heaped in glass holders, unshelled nuts keep flickering candles in place. Weave a rustic ribbon in between the jars to tie it all together.

Get the tutorial at Good Housekeeping.

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Robert Millman
Multicolored Display

Blue and white aren't just for summer homes and island getaways. Bring the combo into the harvest season using the rest of the rainbow. Fiery flowers and produce — plus green dinnerware—keep it feeling festive.

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Stone Gable
Pumpkins and Hydrangeas

Pile dried hydrangeas in a rustic window box. Add a few white pumpkins for good measure, or stack the gourds in a nearby hurricane glass.

Get the tutorial at Stone Gable.

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Elegant Antlers

Most of the components in this centerpiece can be found in your backyard, making it inexpensive and easy to assemble. Pick up faux antlers at the craft store for a final flourish.

Get the tutorial at Julie Blanner.

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White Pumpkin Vase

A white faux pumpkin gets a dose of fall flair with pinecones, branches, and burlap leaves.

Get the tutorial at A Pumpkin and a Princess.

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Bundles of Grains

Burlap and wheat add rustic elegance to your holiday in this dramatic (but easy to make!) piece.

Get the tutorial at Uncommon Designs.

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