Home Decor, Fresh Centerpieces for the Holidays

My sister-in-law is very high energy and super organized, and when we had lunch the other day she told me that she was just about finished with her Christmas shopping…

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She is in charge of table centerpieces for a neighborhood holiday party and asked me to help her with holiday centerpiece ideas

 

MacKenzie-Childs Inspired Fall Centerpiece

 

 

So even though I know a lot of people get upset about talking Christmas before Thanksgiving, much less Halloween, it is my duty as a blogger to prepare you for the holidays way ahead of time, because they are coming!

 

 

Cotton Pickin’ Pumpkins

 

We can talk about Thanksgiving and Christmas and still have plenty of Halloween fun!

 

 

 

Witches Wicked Candlelight Supper

 

 

Thanksgiving X 2

 

It is important to keep centerpieces low to promote conversation, but you can add height with candlesticks or decorations hanging from above

 

 

Eat, Drink and Be Scary!

 

 

The September Sunflower table runner can easily be transformed for Thanksgiving by adding a small turkey or two, gourds, orange pumpkins and Indian corn

 

 

September Sunflowers

 

One of my favorite centerpieces was this one from Thanksgiving several years ago, a mixture of real and faux elements

 

 

 

 

Even more dramatic at night with battery operated tiny lights woven throughout

 

 

Thanksgiving Tables, Gobble Gobble

 

 

This year for Thanksgiving one of my BFFs said she is going to make a flower arrangement on a pumpkin for the center of her table inspired by my recent Birthday Bouquet Pumpkin

She actually hadn’t decorated for fall at all and after coming to my house last weekend and reading my blog posts she went out and bought pumpkins!

This made me soooo happy!

I think a floral Thanksgiving pumpkin a great idea, and I might just have to do that too!

 

 

 

 

A Turkey Pumpkin for the side board or buffet table is unexpected fun…

 

 

 

I  suggested using fresh greens with bright red apples, pomegranates, berries, pine cones etc. to my SIL to make a beautiful centerpiece or table runner…and don’t you love the gorgeous ribbon weaving through this mantel garland from Southern Lady magazine

 

 

 

We are going to get together and do a mock up and play with different arrangements soon, I can’t wait!

Mary from Home is Where the Boat is used candles and big shiny ornaments with her apples and other natural elements on a festive plaid cloth

 

 

 

 

I think fresh elements in a runner or tablescape make such an impact, plus you can eat them too!

 

Thanksgiving X 2

 

Trays make a great base for centerpieces and table runners

 

 

 

 

And they are on sale this week!!

 

 

 

In fact, everything is on sale, Sunday/Monday shoppers get 25% off everything with FREE shipping over on orders over $75!

 

Thankful Wreath pillow

Leaves of Change tray

Merry tray

Red Nose Reindeer coasters

 

Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday the sale continues with 25% off everything

 

 

So I will be doing my Christmas shopping and buying cards this week

Next time I see my SIL I can brag to her that I’m almost done too!

 

 

Be sure to stop by for some Boos at the Halloween Tablescape Hop this week!

 

Monday

Home is Where the Boat Is | Follow the Yellow Brick Home
Knock it Off Kim | Stately Home Lane

Tuesday

Life and Linda | The Painted Hinge 
Corner of Plaid and Paisley | Loveland Lodge 

Wednesday

Me and My Captain | Debbee’s Buzz 
Sweet Sensations | The Painted Apron

Thursday

Camelot Art Creations | The Little Yellow Corner Store
Zucchini Sisters | Celebrate & Decorate

Friday

Red Cottage ChroniclesMy French Twist 
Blue Sky at Home

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featured image from Go Wild for Thanksgiving

I will be joining these fabulous parties and blogs:

Hauntingly BeautifulMeal Plan Monday

Dishing it & Digging it,   Between Naps on the Porch,

Merry Monday   Make it Pretty Monday    Celebrate and Decorate,

Delicious Dishes Recipe Party   Oh My Heartsie Girl  Full Plate Thursday

Thursday Favorite Things  Creatively Crafty   Home Matters 

Weekend Potluck   Sweet Inspirations   Happiness is Homemade

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20 Responses to “Home Decor, Fresh Centerpieces for the Holidays”
  1. Ooh Jenna, so much eye candy for centerpiece ideas. I love all of them, thank you for such a stunning round-up! Have a wonderful Sunday❤️

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  2. Linda says:

    Your sister-in-law was very smart to ask you for help as there would be no shortage of ideas coming from you.

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  3. Amy says:

    Some fabulous decorating ideas here. Thank you for sharing at Happiness is Homemade.

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  4. Sharon Mann says:

    Wow, you really know how to decorate a table. Beautiful!

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  5. Jodi says:

    so many beautiful centerpieces!!!

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  6. You have some great ideas!! And your tables are always set to perfection!!

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  7. Lynn says:

    Had to smile at the striped piggy:@) Have a great week Jenna!

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  8. debra cantales says:

    My sister is very high energy and super organized too, and pretty sure she is done with her Christmas shopping also. She will even offer to do mine if I don’t hurry up…lol. I may be stealing your buffalo plaid idea for Thanksgiving.

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  9. Mary says:

    Love the round-up and centerpiece inspiration Jenna! I bet you SIL is happy to have your help and creativity on tap!

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  10. What stunning centerpieces! I always love your decor and tablescapes. The MacKenzie Childs-inspired is wonderful, but that witch feet chandelier wins the prize!

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  11. Carol says:

    I like all of them – let me say that up front. I’m crazy for fresh flowers. I have several favs – the first floral centerpiece is just lovely. You got me with all the cute animals in the MacKenzie Childs inspired arrangement. Wow! I’m basically a simple decorator so my all time fav is the fresh flowers in the pumpkin. Great post!

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  12. Sandra Garth says:

    Pick one, any one, they’re all gorgeous!

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