Make a Statement
Make a Statement
Turkeys and football get the bulk of the attention this time of year. But why not show your table some love? Check out our easy and festive ideas for creating a centerpiece that gives your table a fun focal point—other than the turkey, that is.
We love making new traditions as much as we love keeping old ones. So save some ornaments for your tabletop, and make a “mini me” tree with a farmhouse vase, ribbon and faux floral branches.
Create a thankful tree
Want to start a new tradition—and keep everyone busy till the food is served? Turn a floral arrangement into a “thankful tree” using paper leaves, pens and twine.
For a seriously ‘grammable centerpiece, try repurposing serveware in unexpected ways. A soup tureen is a great choice, combining two things we all love—(faux) food and (faux) flowers.
You didn’t think we only had one serveware-inspired centerpiece idea, did you? Keep reading to re-create this seriously Pinnable look on your own table. It’s as easy as pumpkin pie.
Choose a classic holiday shape like this ceramic pumpkin, stowing the lid off to the side.
Choose a beautiful serving bowl like Abigail, with lace-like details and a raised silhouette for drama.
Trim two or three faux peony bundles to fit the height of your container.
Trim a faux poinsettia and an anemone and blueberry bundle, along with some faux greenery for contrast.
Place the bundles inside and fluff to desired fullness, securing them with foam or towels.
But wait, there’s more...centerpieces!
Not into soup? Serve yourself a more traditional centerpiece that’s easy to DIY—and still worth its salt in “oohs” and “aahs.” Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Do you think the tree ever gets tired of the spotlight? Turn some attention to your table with these classic DIY centerpieces that are destined to be, well, the center of attention. Santa may be jealous, too.
Place an LED pillar in the middle of a birch serving bowl, then fill it with 8-10 pinecone and autumn leaf spheres. Voila, fall!
Place an LED pillar in the middle of a birch serving bowl, then fill it with 8-10 poinsettia and berry spheres.
Never underestimate a wreath by assuming it only has one personality. Laid flat like so, it becomes a flower ring for your fave pillar.
Think Santa’s just a big man in a red suit? Show off his many personalities—animal lover, downhill skier, etc.—by creating a centerpiece from our Kringle Collection.
Speaking of multiple personalities, garlands can also be masters of disguise. Try laying them flat in place of a table runner—we love this combo of faux magnolia leaves and fall berries—then sprinkle in a few pinecones and add tall pillars for dimension. Who knew it could be so easy?
Want to draw everyone’s eyes away from their phones? Give them a reason to look up by creating a hanging centerpiece. All it takes is some rope, a wooden plank and a few faux fern garlands.
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