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10 Thanksgiving Centerpieces

Posted by  ·  November 23, 2010  ·  Last Updated: November 15, 2018

With Thanksgiving, a few days away here are some simple ideas to decorate your holiday table.  If you need an easy and cute wreath for the front door, to welcome your guests check out this burlap wreath tutorial.

10 Thanksgiving Centerpiece Ideas

1. Cornucopia Centerpiece

2. Nut Filled Hurricanes Centerpiece

3. Give Thanks Centerpiece

4. Pumpkin Centerpiece

5. Pumpkin Luminaries

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6. Pumpkins, Candles & Fall Leaves

7. Mini Pumpkin Candle Holders

8. Glittered Pumpkins

glitter pumpkins

9. Indian Corn Centerpiece

10. Flower Covered Pumpkins

Looking for a DIY option? Make these wooden candle holders.

Want to make the conversation flow at the dinner table?  Just use these Thanksgiving Conversations Starters.  Guests might like testing their knowledge with this fun trivia game.  Kids can decorate in style with these Pilgrim Hats and Pilgrim bonnets. Keep little hands busy with these Thanksgiving Coloring Pages.

Filed Under: Party Ideas, Thanksgiving


  1. Susannah
    Wednesday, November 24th, 2010
    That is so great! The flowers are my favorite.

  2. Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010
    I love the nut filled hurricanes and the glittered pumpkins!
    great ideas!!
  3. Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010
    I love the indian corn centerpieces - truly gorgeous and classy!
  4. Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010
    what wonderful center pieces, just lovee the nut hurricane vases.
  5. Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010
    I love then all!! So inspirational! Thanks for posting!!
  6. Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010
    Thanks for posting these. I was just racking my brain today on how to finish off my table for the Thanksgiving holiday. These are amazing. I wish I was living in the States so I'd have easy access to a pumpkin. I just love that Indian corn, too.
  7. Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010
    Oh so lovely. Tomorrow I am posting my Thanksgiving centerpiece! Watch for it.