How To Make Gorgeous Nature Inspired Holiday Centerpieces
It’s November and Thanksgiving is right around the corner! To us this time of year means gathering around the table with family and enjoying all the best food and company. Whether you’re looking to entertain or just want to dress up your serving area for the holidays, these 7 nature inspired holiday centerpieces are perfect for November festivities!
1. Fruit and Greens Centerpiece
We love this “fruit and greens” display from Midwest Living because it’s easy and effortlessly elegant! All you need are pillar candles, evergreen branches, and pinecones to create the perfect combination of textures for this clean and natural centerpiece.
2. Small World Centerpiece
This awesome globe-as-a-bowl idea from Midwest Living is a terrific nod to the togetherness that Thanksgiving has come to represent. Pick your favorite hemisphere and fill it with anything you like from pinecones, to berries, to acorns to mini pumpkins!
3. Easy Maize Centerpiece
We like to think this maize centerpiece from Midwest Living can look like you went out back to the cornfield, picked a couple ears of maize and tossed it on the table into this crunchy-cool arrangement. It epitomizes the harvest season, bringing that farmer’s comfort into your home.
4. Long Wooden Box Centerpieces
This suggestion from Far Above Rubies comes with a warning because once you start you won’t be able to stop! A long, open wooden box is the perfect container in which to go centerpiece crazy. You can do mason jars, you can do gourds, you can do flowers! The possibilities are endless and bonus, it won’t spill over into your food!
5. Color Wrapped Wheat Centerpiece
We love the originality of these color wrapped wheat stalks from Inspired by Charm! Tradition meets bold with this incredibly easy, three tool DIY project. All you need are wheat stalks, embroidery floss and scissors! Anyone can do this and it looks fresh and beautiful.
6. Pumpkin Vase Centerpiece
Anyone have uncarved pumpkins leftover from Halloween? Pumpkins are not a one trick pony and our guess is they’re relieved to move into less barbaric sources of decoration. This rose flower arrangement in a pumpkin vase from Jenny Hobick is stunning, compact and a real crowd pleaser.
7. Neutral Fall Centerpiece
Hello showstopper! This centerpiece from Design Dazzle is for those crafty overachievers or anyone who has a hankering to get fancy this season! Really, the steps are pretty simple and very well explained and the pay off is so worth it. We can’t stop oohing over how gorgeous it is and chances are your guests will feel the same!
Whether you are drawn to pinecones, maize, wheat, pumpkins, fruit, or pine tree boughs, bringing the outdoors into your nature inspired holiday centerpieces is a sure way to fill your home and heart with the beauty around us. Happy Holidays!
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