Easy and affordable Thanksgiving centerpiece

I will show you how to create this gorgeous floral Thanksgiving centerpiece !

Thanksgiving is literally around the corner… are you ready? If your list is anything like mine – you’ve got a million and one things to do to plan for the big day. Well – If one of those things was – to come up with a beautiful Thanksgiving centerpiece that will literally make all of your guests oohh and aahhh – I’ve got you covered!

White jar with multicolored flowers it on the table beside plates and clear glasses.

Use what you have first

I always try to use decor items that I have first before I head to the store. If I can use the majority of what I have and then only have to buy one or two decor items to keep things looking fresh and new I’d call that a win. So for this knockout arrangement, I used a jar that I already had, brick foam, faux stems, floral shears, and real flowers from my local grocery store.

  1. First, cut your brick foam to fit neatly inside your jar.
  2. Add in your fresh stems to your jar sticking them in all different directions.
  3. Lastly – add in your faux stems to fill in any gaps


Voila -Done

Sometimes the simplest fall centerpieces can be the most impactful! Pair with some taper candlesticks and layer pumpkins on either side and you’ve got yourself a beautiful rustic centerpiece!


The floral centerpiece with pumpkins, and a striped table runner.

I hope you enjoy your Thanksgiving!

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  1. Nina Moore says:

    Where can I find your Thanksgiving dressing recipe?

  2. […] your centerpiece to the center of the garland. If you missed my post about making a Thanksgiving centerpiece you can read on here. I also added varying size pumpkins from our garden and taper candles and […]

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