Thanksgiving is coming, and it’s high time to think over decor and treats for the party. Most of us prefer floral centerpieces, they are rather traditional. How to make a cool floral centerpiece for this holiday? Here are some tips and ideas.
The best colors here are fall shades: orange, burnt orange, red, burgundy, white and green. You can actually choose any shades but these are the most traditional ones, and they will help you to create a proper ambience at the table. You can also go for pastels, for example, soft peachy and pink shades, or maybe white and ivory to create a neutral look. Greenery is welcome – it’s always great for any arrangement and makes it fresher!
a bold fall bouquet with burnt orange, red and pink dahlias looks vivacious
burnt orange, peachy and blush blooms with lots of greenery for a calm fall look
a stylish Thanksgiving arrangement with orange, white blooms, greenery and thistles
white hydrangeas are a great idea for any Thanksgiving, they look rustic and cute
a sunflower arrangement in a vintage bucket looks simple and farmhouse-like
To make your arrangement more interesting, add texture to the bouquet. There are different ways to do that: add texture to the bouquet and the vase you’ve chosen. You can incorporate some citrus, wheat, succulents, pinecones and pumpkins. One more idea is using a transparent vase and placing some fall things inside, for example, nuts, pumpkins and fall veggies, which can be also placed into the bouquet.
a lush centerpiece with citrus and orange blooms for a cool Thanksgiving table
large red, orange and white blooms and pinecones inside the vase for a fall look
orange and burgundy blooms, nuts inside the vase for a fall look
orange dahlias, greenery and grass, wheat and lavender in a jaug for a rustic feel
orange roses, berries, dahlias and orange pumpkins inside the vase for a monochromatic look
yellow, orange and burnt orange blooms, billy balls, carrots, foliage and brussels sprouts