It’s time to think THANKSGIVING TABLES! And an easy and beautiful Thanksgiving centerpiece. Even if you are not hosting Thanksgiving this year you can still create a centerpiece that is magazine worthy! And no fancy arranging techniques needed. This centerpiece is soft and informally formal. It’s organic elements play so nicely with the dressiness of mercury glass. It’s restful colors work together and are a nontraditional treat. Just perfect for the center of YOUR table!
If you want to make your own centerpiece, like mine, you will need a shutter (or table runner), 2 larger white pumpkins, 1 blue pumpkin, small baby Boo pumpkins, lots of candlesticks (I used mercury glass) and seeded eucalyptus. Easy “ingredients” for a centerpiece!
I used an old vintage shutter as a table runner down the center of the table! It is full of chipping paint and layers of soft color.
I added 3 large pumpkins across the center of the shutter. One “blue” pumpkin (I think they look more green) flanked by 2 white pumpkins.
Next, I added mercury glass candlesticks with creamy white candles to the centerpiece.
White baby Boo pumpkins were also scattered across the shutter.
And lastly I tucked seeded eucalyptus in between and around the arrangement! I love it’s fluffy texture and delicate leaves.
This is such an easy centerpiece to put together. Wouldn’t something like this look amazing down the center of your dining room table!
Now, how about making an easy and beautiful Thanksgiving Table this year!
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