Thanksgiving is right around the corner, so it’s time to start getting your festive holiday table prepped. This is one of those holidays where I try to go all-out on the table decorations, as that seems where we are for most of the day, eating our way through all of the fixins! So I like to have the table set up with a beautiful centerpiece for all my guests to enjoy.
I’ve gathered 14 festive and fabulous fall centerpieces perfect for Thanksgiving. Some are super simple, if you need to decorate in a flash. And some are very elaborate and elegant if you love to design.
Have fun decorating your holiday table with these gorgeous Thanksgiving centerpieces!
14 Gorgeous DIY Centerpieces 1 of 15
Simple and Elegant Centerpiece 2 of 15
Create an elegant look for your Thanksgiving table with this super-simple centerpiece. Using a large vase, corn kernels, and a candle, you'll be ready to serve up some turkey. Get the instructions over at Make and Takes.
Bright and Fragrant Centerpiece 3 of 15
Throwing in an orange color with flowers and persimmons, this will make your guests "ooh" and "ahh" at your decorative table. Get the instructions over at Santa Barbara Chic.
Yarn Ball Thankful Turkey 4 of 15
Set up all the supplies for this fun and kid-friendly display over on the kid's table. They can craft up this darling turkey before dinner begins. Get the instructions over at Parents.
5 Minute Thanksgiving Centerpiece 5 of 15
I love the idea of bringing the outdoors in, especially for your Thanksgiving table. Enjoy nature as you craft up this darling DIY centerpiece. Get the instructions over at SAS Interiors.
Pilgrim Hat Centerpiece 6 of 15
I love this festive and crafty centerpiece displaying an image of a Pilgrim hat. Using white and black beans, you'll have a fabulous showpiece for dinner. Get the instructions over at Life in Wonderful.
Give Thanks Printable 7 of 15
I love these cute printable Thanksgiving banner flags for a festive centerpiece. Topped off with some colorful candy corn, you have a perfect display. Get the instructions over at Sweet Metal Moments.
Fruitfully Fabulous Centerpiece 8 of 15
Keep your table warm and fruitful with this candle and dried fruit centerpiece. It will be bright and fragrant for your guests at the Thanksgiving table. Get the instructions over at Good Housekeeping.
Gilded Pumpkin Centerpiece 9 of 15
Dress up a plain pumpkin with a little glitz and gold to give your table an elegant look. Add paint to your faux pumpkins, set them on top of tall gold candlesticks, and your table is ready for dinner guests. Get the instructions over at Make and Takes.
Popcorn Filled Paper Bag Turkey 10 of 15
How darling is this turkey? The kids who come for dinner will love the surprise they find when they see what's inside. This popcorn will make for a perfect appetizer. Get the instructions over at One Charming Party.
Give Thanks Centerpiece 11 of 15
I love the simple elegance of this "give thanks" display. Adding in a few squash for something festive, this will be a perfect centerpiece for Thanksgiving. Get the instructions over at Hostess with the Mostess.
Tiered Fall Centerpiece 12 of 15
Give your table some height with this Thanksgiving display. Set on a three-tiered platter, arrange flowers and squash in beautiful colors to give your dinner guests a gorgeous centerpiece. Get the instructions over at Real Simple.
DIY Acorn Centerpiece 13 of 15
How fun are these glitzed-up acorns? Get creative by spraying them with silver glitter paint or black chalkboard paint for a fun Thanksgiving message. Get the instructions over at Minted.
Pumpkin Candle Centerpiece 14 of 15
This display will bring a little light and warmth to your table for Thanksgiving. These candle pumpkins could be displayed all through the house to give your guests a warm and cozy holiday. Get the instructions over at Jar of PaperClips.
Fall Acorn Thanksgiving Centerpiece 15 of 15
Gather all those pesky acorns from around the yard and add them to a simple vase. Add in some candles, twine, and leaves for a festive centerpiece for Thanksgiving. Get the instructions over at Make and Takes.